This is a side-body lengthener where we look to open up the intercostal muscles (breathing muscles) between the ribs. Listen to the cues and learn how to take care of your knees, while keeping the front hip externally rotated, and the back leg active. Breathe a lot.
Welcome to the shoulder show, where we take time to show love to our shoulder joints through gentle twisting, strengthening and binding. Don't worry, the rest of the body is not neglected in this flow, instead, we focus on the poses that incorporate opening from the neck to the heart. Release tension we naturally build in the shoulders through our daily activities. Counter the tech neck and release some weight in your shoulders in this flow!
All of our muscle groups work together to allow expansive movement. In this offering, Dhaujée honors the CHIP (core + hip) connection. A strengthening flow that fires up the abdominals and addresses postures where the hips and core do a sweet dance. See you on the dance floor, aka your yoga mat!
A perfect, very short practice for days when you're really short on time but want to get in your body, move, breathe, open your hips, hamstrings and shoulders, fire up your core, release anxiety and get back to whatever you're doing with more clarity, ease, focus and peace!
A slow flow perfect for pregnant yogis late in the second trimester or in their third trimester. Emphasis is on linking breath and specific movement to help your baby move down into the birth canal as well as helping to reduce stress and anxiety in order to prepare the mind and body for child birth.
In this class you can expect deep breathing, intention setting, sun salutations, a crescent-themed flow, warrior 2, reverse warrior, navasana, reverse tabletop, bridge, wheel, thread the needle, spinal twists and savasana. A short but well-rounded practice that’s good for any time of day. Show up for your own self-care. Enjoy, yogis!
You can expect a well-rounded flow with a gentle warm up, sun salutations, a dynamic standing sequence, heart and hip opening and a calming finish.
Try connecting with a positive motivation for wanting to practice, whether it’s for your physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual health. That motivation will help you stay enthusiastic, even through the challenges of the practice.