Explore your edge, balance, & focus in this fly strong flow. We work with challenging yet playful transitions and inversions & arm balances. Bird of Paradise, lizard pose, boat & crow pose are just a few of the many postures we explore in this practice. This flow will get you out of your comfort zone and into a place of strength and peace. Enjoy yogis!
Short on time but want a thorough flow, deep stretch, core work, backbends, hip and hamstring openers, and a chance to connect with your breath? Yes, please! Series C, skandasana, standing marychyasana, hanumanasana, pigeon variations, upward facing wheel, and, wait for it…Savasana!
Series C leads the way and we ride it into some deep hip and hamstring opening, balancing poses, deep core work, and eventually dragonfly pose. We turn things upside down and work on keeping our hearts and minds open in the midst of a world that can be hard to comprehend sometimes.
Got the weight of the world on your shoulders? This flow will help you open up the chest, shoulders and upper back. Sun salutations, standing poses, and deep shoulder openers are explored in this practice. Lots of breath and movement to help with clearing out and relieving stress! Enjoy yogis!
You know I love a little Kundalini warm-up ; ) Dancing between deep rootedness and lightness, this Lotus Flow practice has an expansive range. Ground down, let it fly, get deep into the hips and take those shapes with you into standing balance poses and arm-balances. Urdvha Dhanurasana for dessert anyone?
In this class we will explore backbends that involve the grip flip. This move can seem challenging if not explained step by step, but is totally doable when broken down into little pieces if you're ready! We warm up with puppy stretch, cat/cow, Surya c, plank, and then move on to bow, pigeon, king pigeon, king bow, dancer, king dancer and much, much more! Enjoy!
Release stress, physical tension & emotional heaviness in this dynamic short flow! We work with Sun Salutations to burn through stagnant energy and open up the body. Standing twists and core work in plank help to quiet the mind. Arm balance options are given as well. Lizard Pose and Pigeon help to release emotional energy in the hips. We finish the practice with backbends and a few twists. Clear out the old and step into a new you! Enjoy Yogis!
Wring it out and open it up. A little twisty fun, lots of love for your hamstrings, Koundinyasana 2, forearm plank with breath of fire and a forearm balance tutorial along with little jumps toward handstand as we go.
A strong, short flow designed to wake you up at any point of the day, but it's an especially invigorating series for the morning hours. Balancing, strength, and backbending merge seamlessly. We'll even do a few burpees.
In this class our main focus is on rooting down as we flow through each pose with intention and stability. We will open our hips and work on standing balance poses as well as arm balances including hand stand and crow to strengthen the body and test the mind. The key to any balance pose is finding your roots and I challenge you to visualize your limbs extending into the earth as you rise and create your own support system to work through any challenge.
Hips, hamstrings, shoulders and core get the love as we flow through a non-stop tour of every major muscle group, and play with arm balances and inversions along the way. Culturally we're directed to focus on what we don't have instead of what we do. If that's your default setting, it isn't set in stone, you can rewire that so you focus on everything that is flowing. A breathing practice helps us all face the normal ups and downs of life, because it isn't "all good", either! Ready to get to it?