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're looking for something intense, energizing, steady and fun, look no further! We did lots of heat-building, core strengthening, hip, shoulder and hamstring opening and side-body stretching to get ready for bird of paradise, bound ardha chandrasana, koundinyasana 2, crow pose, headstand, firefly pose, forearm balance (with building blocks to get there!) and so much more. We also laughed. Unroll your mat and let's have some fun! A block and a strap are helpful for some but not necessary.
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.
Lots of core in this flow along with plenty of work for all the major muscle groups! Build lots of heat in a short amount of time, breathe deeply, wring yourself out and get a really good stretch! Fun arm balances and standing balance along the way. Short, thorough and lots of fun!
Hips, shoulders and hamstrings get some love as we spin ourselves inside out and upside down. Try not to be so attached to your mat or the way that you're facing! Think outside the box, shift your perspective and have some fun as we fire up the core and fly.
This flow targets the core to give you a sense of strength and power in the solar plexus! Plank variations, boat pose and arm balances are explored. We close with a relaxing pigeon and a juicy side stretch!
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).
A fun flow that targets the shoulders, upper back, hips and hamstrings, includes six-minute abs and a tutorial on dolphin pose with a strap and a block, when it makes sense to play with pincha prep, and when you're ready to head into full pincha mayurasana (forearm stand). Enjoy!
This is an energizing flow that guides you through deep breathing, intention-setting, sun salutations, warrior standing poses, arm balancing, inversions, heart and hip opening, forward folds, spinal twists, and a lovely savasana at the end. Practice quieting your monkey mind as you stay present to your body and breath. Enjoy, yogis!
Wanna work on developing a handstand practice? Have one already but want to take things to the next level? This is for you! We start with wrist warm-ups and cat-cow variations to prep the body. We flow to build some heat and we dive into deep shoulder opening. Of course there's core, and then we start to play with getting upside down! Ready to play?