This is like Triangle Pose, just imagine your lifted foot is pressed against the back wall. Your lower hip is externally rotated, your standing leg is engaged, your core is strong, and you can open up your heart and breathe. The extended leg is long and strong, the top thigh spins toward the space behind you, and your foot is actively flexed with toes spread.
Hello friends! This is a practice I filmed when I was feeling a teeny tiny bit run down, which is the Type A way of saying exhausted. It was the end of a long (but good) week and I wanted something that felt like a hug. We do some heat-building on the front end, there is core strengthening and a sweet flow, but we get to the deep stretchy stuff on the early side and complement it with long holds and deep breathing. It's great when you need to be kind to yourself, it's a delicious evening flow, but you can really do it anytime you need a little comfort. Lots of love xx
In this full-body flow, we show gratitude to our minds, bodies and breath. Often we take for granted what the body can do for us. Here, Dhaujee invites you to play with strength, balance and fluidity to show gratitude for the many ways your body can shape-shift! Modifications and checkpoints are offered throughout so you can always check in. Your body will thank YOU when you're done with this beautiful flow!
Equanimity is a sense of balance, calm and ease, especially in the midst of stress or adversity. What’s it like to respond from equanimity rather than work from a place of resistance or reactivity? This practice explores just that! You can expect pranayama, positive intention setting, sun salutations, a fun and dynamic standing sequence, core work, heart and hip opening, and a delicious savasana to close. Enjoy, yogis!
This practice starts slowly on our backs with a combination of stretches for the hamstrings, IT Band and core strengtheners. We transition to our hands and feet with sun salutations, standing poses and balancing poses, including dancer's pose and half moon pose. We finish practice with backbends and an inversion before savasana.
This flow practice offers some of my favorite asanas that help us to really feel the balance of effort and ease in the practice. Challenge your entire body while focusing your mind, and experience grounding on a deeper level.
A practice that's perfect for days when you feel challenged. We begin with alternate nostril breathing and 4-7-8 breathing and a very short talk about working with your nervous system throughout the day when you need to. We move mindfully through this practice, focused on grounding poses and the breath. This is a practice where you will build enough heat to open deeply, but the focus is on mindful movement, breath, and a calm and open mind and heart. Great for anytime you need grounding, and also lovely as an evening practice.
A full-body bonanza in an hour with a lot of grounding at the beginning and extra deep love and attention for your hips and hamstrings at the end. In between, shoulder, hip and hamstring opening, standing balance, arm balances, core strengthening and inversions. A very sweet savasana - and all of this around the theme of deeply connecting to yourself in order to deeply connect with the world around you. Enjoy beautiful yogis!
Hello friends! Ready for an energizing, creative flow that may or may not lead to visvamitrasana? Awesome, grab a couple of blocks and let's play. You can expect lots of shoulder, hip, hamstring and side-body opening, along with standing balance, core strengthening, and so much more. Enjoy, yogis!
A flow for when you're feeling low, friends! No matter how many tools you have in your back pocket, sometimes life just gets really lifey! Practicing yoga for X number of years doesn't mean you won't feel sad, stressed, challenged or full of despair sometimes, it means that when you experience some of the heavier emotions, you know how to lean into them and ride those waves. Movement helps. Deep breathing helps. Community helps. And remembering that no feeling is forever also helps. Hope you find this flow to be the mood booster I did! Love y'all with my whole heart xx
You know what happens when you do something you've done before, but you do it in a whole new way? You create neural pathways in your brain for creativity! For thinking outside the box -- for staying open to possibility. Good stuff, right? Join me for this stretchy, juicy, strengthening flow where we play with transitions and stay centered!