A wonderful hamstring strengthener and opener. Extension of the lifted leg is key, as is the rooting and rising of the standing leg. Blocks may be handy to lift the floor up. Relax your neck and spread your toes, yogis.
Did you know that blocks can both support and spice up your practice?! In this slow and steady yoga sculpt practice, Dhaujee guides us through a flow that incorporates blocks for strength and stability. This is not the traditional sculpt class with HIIT, this is a great way to slowly repeat exercises with blocks to support toning of your muscles. If the reps with the blocks don't make you sweat, at least Dhaujee's bloopers will make you laugh. Enjoy!
Breathe into brightness, step into your shine, you are the Sun in drag! This uplifting sequence explores playful shapes like Lucky Lakshmi, Hare Krishna and The Thinker, waking up the entire body and spirit.
This is a creative hamstring, upper inner thigh, hip-opening, core-strengthening super fun flow with lots of handstand hops along the way! If there's anything getting you down, this flow is sure to shake it loose and lead you to your happy place. A thorough full-body flow in a short amount of time. Ready?
A short and sweet practice for all of the runners or anyone who wants to explore the depths of their hips. A perfect blend of internal and external rotations to find space and release all the things we've hidden in our largest joint! Add this sequence to your personal practice or use it to recover from a nice long run or bike ride. Enjoy!
A sweet and gentle flow that's all about the spine. The practice begins with a seated warm up that moves you from the cervical spine and all the way down to the sacral. After that, you'll roll, twist and fold in different postures that promote spinal expansion and alignment. Have fun exploring and opening in this juicy offering!
For this class, I use a resistance band by Gaynor Minden, but you can also use a long, looped strap or nothing at all. I also use a block, but you can use any small, stable item.
This class introduces some key exercises meant to encourage front extension and help locate the muscles required to get your legs sky-high!
Because lifting those legs requires core stability, you should expect to focus on a lower abdominal workout in addition to strengthening your hip flexors.
In this flow we send our attention to our core, hips and legs. We warm up with a few modified vinyasas and build a practice that targets core balance and leg strength. You'll get a chance to play with variations and to take up space on your mat! Come for the challenge, stay for the yoga.
You are what you seek! You have to create the energy from within to receive that energy from around you. If you want love, you have to be loving. If you want to be happy you have to find the joy inside and put it out there! If you want things to work out you have to be willing to work! Are you ready? Let's do this!