East Meets West
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Published on April 7, 2010
Published on April 7, 2010
By Josie Kramer on Sep 20, 2019
Be with your intention, your breath, and your body, practicing patience with keeping your awareness to what’s present. What to expect: a gentle warm up, Series A, humble warrior flow, crescent, warrior 2/3, reverse warrior, simple twist, side plank, dancer’s bridge, standing splits, core work, pyramid, camel, inversions, bridge/wheel, thread the needle, forward folds, final spinal twist & savasana. Enjoy, yogis! xo
By Derek Beres on Sep 20, 2019
Balance and twist away with this flow that will have you twisting and turning at every turn. We end up with some deep hip and shoulder opening interspersed with core strength for a well-rounded journey.
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 20, 2019
Well, I said this was going to be a 30-minute butt-whooper, but we were having so much fun it became a 42-minute butt-whooping session! If you want to rise, shine, energize, fire up your core, open your hips and shoulders and play with some funky arm balance mash-ups and transitions, then this is for you! This is a non-stop flow intended to get your heart pumping and your energy flowing. Once we're warm we'll play with a crow/koundinyasana mash-up and also have time to get upside down. This is a full, stand-alone practice, but you can pair it with a juicy deep stretch session if you have the time! Enjoy :)
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 14, 2019
This practice is all about opening your heart (shoulders, upper back, front body) and firing up your core! It is often the case that our deepest pain is also our greatest teacher, as long as we let the lessons open us and strengthen us rather than harden us and shut us down. You need a fair amount of energy for this flow, there isn't much rest built in! If you want to energize, open up and feel that fire in your belly, look no further! Lots of love.
By Noelle Beaugureau on Sep 9, 2019
Feeling stressed? This flow will help you release the stress and tension that we so often hold in our hips! We move, breathe and dive into some fun yet challenging postures! Use this flow to find some inner freedom and deep release in the hips. Namaste!
By Angela Kukhahn on Sep 6, 2019
This flow establishes a steady pace that builds heat and challenges with both movement and holding poses. We start off warming up the hips and hamstrings by flowing through low lunge and half hanuman and then move on to twisted crescent, Warrior 3, standing splits, twisted chair, side crow, Warrior 1, Warrior 2, Reverse Warrior, Side Angle Warrior, Standing Holding Big Toe Pose, Skandasana, Wide leg forward fold, Tripod Headstand, options for handstand and much, much, more! This short practice has plenty of challenge and some longer holds! Enjoy!
By Courtney Harms on Sep 5, 2019
Join me for a quick heat-building flow that will fire up your entire body and reconnect you to your breath! Emphasis is on strengthening the upper body and increasing core stability through playful yet approachable arm balancing options. Namaste yogis!
By Josie Kramer on Aug 30, 2019
The deeper you breathe, the better you will feel when you step off the mat. Focus on self-care while honoring your experience in the moment. What to expect: a gentle warm up, Series A, sun salutations, dancing warrior, humble warrior, crescent, warrior 3, standing splits, triangle, half-moon, dancer’s bridge, supported shoulder stand, hip and heart opening, forward folds, spinal twisting, and savasana. Enjoy, yogis! xo
By Ally Hamilton on Aug 16, 2019
Open every major muscle group, build a lot of heat, fire up your core with intense ab work, practice standing balance to strengthen your body and your ability to focus, get on your hands with options to get upside down, open your heart and your hamstrings, clear your mind, wring yourself out, have a few laughs, and take a nice rest all under an hour! You're welcome, ha!
By Josie Kramer on Aug 2, 2019
This is a well-rounded vinyasa flow session.Your goal is to stay focused on your breath and sensations in your body while staying calm through the fire and challenges of the practice. Enjoy! What to expect: intention setting, cat/cow, down dog, sun salutations, warrior 1/skandasana flow, easy twist, side plank, dancer’s bridge, half moon, triangle, exalted warrior, pyramid, warrior 3, standing splits, malasana, crow, core work, inversions, camel, virasana, fish pose, thread the needle, happy baby, spinal twists and savasana!