Learn how to do side plank at any level! Put your knee down if you're new, learn the classic pose, or start to play with variations if you're ready. Side plank requires upper body and core strength, so please work with the bottom knee down if you're newer!
A slow and strong journey toward the wonders of Mayurasana, otherwise known as Peacock Pose. This practice is all about taking what makes you uncomfortable and learning how to let it nourish your mind, body and soul. Enjoy!
Quick and Tasty flow when you are short on time, but are craving some juicy core and upside down time. We will warm up with corework in plank, move on to upper back opening, sun salutes to build heat and even sprinkle in some Pincha! Enjoy!
This practice will get you sweating and releasing tension in no time! Move through standing sequences that strengthen the body, release stress in the hips and clear the mind. We hold Lizard and Frog pose to thoroughly open the hips and pelvis. Rest in a deeply restorative Savasana. Enjoy!
A deep-dive for the neck, upper back, side body, IT band (omg), core strength, outer hips and shoulders as we head toward visvamitrasana and fallen angel. If you're going to fall from the sky, better open your IT bands on the way down ;)
A story about the relationship between the sage Vashista and the King Visvamitra and the arm balances named after each of them! What draws you to your practice? Is it greater flexibility, core strength, these funky poses? Or are you after something deeper, like enlightenment? Lots of fun along the way as we prep for these arm balances and consider what it is that motivates us to show up on our mats every day! Whatever it is that draws you in the first place, there's no doubt the path is full of hard work and glorious surprises. Maybe you'll even end up with a wish-fulfilling cow! (Let us know if that happens for you!)
Class opens with some stretches for the back, hamstrings, hips, and quads. We do some cat and dog tilts to warm up the back and move into a sun salutation-based flow. Standing poses follow, then backbends and we cool down with an inversion and savasana.
If you want all kinds of intense core work interwoven throughout your practice, this is for you! Lots of fun and creative ways to build that inner fire and then play with balance! You'll want to have a lot of energy for this one, yogis, and a good sense of humor, too. You're welcome in advance, bwahahaha.
Tree is the standing balance pose that "unlocks" all other balance. In this flow we fire up our core, plank all over, laugh, cry, and end up with a greater sense of balance than we ever thought possible (or close).