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.
Give some extra love to your legs and thank them for taking you where you need to go every single day! In this flow we meticulously work on opening up the hamstrings, quads, IT band and calves while working on strength and balance. Enjoy this strong dynamic flow dedicated to your lower half.
In this flow class work on staying with a strong and calm center while being attuned to your body's wants and needs. Expect a feel-good warm up, sun salutations, a challenging standing sequence, time to work on arm balances and inversions, heart opening, hip opening and a gentle cool down. Enjoy a long savasana at the end!
This flow class includes a gentle warm up, a heat building standing sequence, arm balances, inversions, heart and hip opening and a gentle cool down. Approach your edge gently and consciously. Explore your limits and receive whatever is happening with an open heart and a clear mind. Let go of perfectionism and instead practice more gratitude and self-acceptance. Enjoy, yogis!
This practice focuses on healthy striving while letting go of perfectionism. As you flow through the class, listen to your body. The most challenging option is not necessarily better. What's best is offering love to yourself! Enjoy a challenging vinyasa practice that you can work at your own pace. Explore stability, explore feeling with the movement and staying centered as you move. Sun salutations, standing poses, heart and hip opening, inversions, and a cool down are all part of this class. Namaste!
Only have a little bit of time to get on your mat? No problem. This practice is designed for yogis on the go! Take as little or as much as you like. It's actually 4 shorter practices rolled into one. Part 1 moves you through some gentle warm ups, connecting breath with movement. Part 2 moves into some core work, but if you don't have the time or energy for that, you can skip to the 30 minute mark and get into the deeper stretching and balance work in Part 3, and when you're ready you can work on your headstand and then cool it down in Part 4. Enjoy!!
Who says we can't have everything in one class?
Restorative postures, breath awareness, Mandala salutations, and vinyasa flow, with progressions and modifications for everyone. In this flow we target every single part of the body and end in a sweet savasana.
Sweat it out with a shoulder-opening, hip-opening flow. A warrior flow with eagle arms builds heat before we move into some deeper hip openers and some play with standing balance in Ardha Chandrasana (half moon pose) and an optional Bird of Paradise. We take hip openers and backbends on the floor before a well-deserved Savasana.
This is a challenging one hour vinyasa flow class with an emphasis on strengthening self-acceptance and releasing perfectionism. We do want to refine our position in each asana so that prana moves through us clearly and with ease, and at the same time, we want to release the ideal of "perfection" and being at war with ourselves, both on and off the mat. Expect a gentle warm up, sun salutations, a warrior flow, balancing postures, inversions, as well as heart and hip opening. Offer love to yourself and enjoy!
This well rounded, one hour flow class focuses primarily on the breath. Connect with the breath as a tool for countering stress, relaxing tension in the body, quieting emotions, calming the mind, and cultivating more energy. Moment by moment, posture by posture, come back to the breath as an achor for your movement meditation. Expect a gentle warm up, dynamic standing poses, core work, arm balancing, inversions, heart and hip opening, and a gentle cool down. Enjoy, yogis!
Just standing poses! Whether you're taking this session as part of the whole series, or doing it as a stand-alone, take this time to connect to your breath, and get comfortable standing on your own two feet. Sometimes when we spend much of our time caring for our little people, we forget that we have an identity of our own! Come to center and remember who you are, that way you're showing them what it looks like to be inspired and in touch with the truest part of yourself!