Live From Bhakti Fest 2011
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Published on September 8, 2011
Published on September 8, 2011
By Ally Hamilton on Nov 15, 2019
Nobody can make you feel anything unless you let them - but if you let me, I'm about to make you feel lots of things! Tons of core strengthening, standing balance, bandha work, eagle pose, standing spilts, twists on our feet and in arm balances (a little tutorial in eka pada koundinyasana which you can turn into dwi pada and/or fallen angel), chaturanga pushup crunches, marichyasana on your feet, a tutorial in transitioning from crow pose to tripod headstand, and handstand work! The pace is steady, this is a practice that will gently and continually demand your focus as we explore the topics of how much we allow ourselves to be swayed by what's happening around us, how much we take things personally, and how much better we feel when we retain our center and our power. Sometimes you need to detox your body and your mind!! Enjoy, yogis!
By Ally Hamilton on Oct 24, 2019
If you want to sweat, have some fun, open your hips, shoulders and hamstrings, fire up your core, play with arm balances and inversions, open your heart, quiet your mind and land in a very sweet, meditative savasana then this is for you!
By Noelle Beaugureau on Oct 24, 2019
Create strength in your core! We fit in a ton of center strengthening poses in a short amount of time! Everything radiates from the solar plexus so we want to keep it strong and powerful. Enjoy!
By Josie Kramer on Oct 15, 2019
What to expect: a present-moment body scan, intention setting, sukhasana, cat/cow, plank warm up, sun salutations, crescent/warrior flow, bow pose, hip opening, forward folds, fish pose, 1/2 happy baby, spinal twists and savasana. Enjoy!
By Ally Hamilton on Oct 9, 2019
Get ready to open your hips, shoulders, hamstrings and heart, quiet your mind, strengthen your core, play on your hands and maybe your head, and get your heart pumping!
By Derek Beres on Oct 9, 2019
In the first half of this sequence we work on mobility drills tied to core strength. From there we take a few rounds of sun salutations before opening up with backbends.
By Brent Laffoon on Oct 9, 2019
Take your time to tune in and dig deep into the hamstrings, hips and shoulders with this slow but challenging practice designed to leave you feeling open, light and peaceful. Enjoy!
By Angela Kukhahn on Oct 5, 2019
We start with a stretch for the soles of the feet to help loosen up the back line of the body, from there we move on to a downward facing dog followed by a forward fold for a couple of minutes to further stretch the tissues on the back and hamstrings. From there we begin Sun Salutations. We begin with a few standard Sun Salutes and then slowly start to add Warrior 3 and Standing Hand to Big Toe Pose. Next we come to our back for corework and play with different handstand variations, crow pose, Tripod Headstand and much more! Enjoy!
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 28, 2019
We build lots of heat in the shoulders and hips, fire up the core, play with flying pigeon, open the hamstrings and the heart, get upside down, and end in savasana together! If you have a good amount of energy and want to open every major muscle group, work on breathing through intense sensation, and shift your perspective with arm balancing and inverting, well, then...this is for you!
By Missy White on Sep 24, 2019
In this tutorial we will warm up your shoulders, spine and quads to prepare you for King Dancers Pose! The tricky part of getting this asana is to open up the shoulders Big time...learn how to get it done in this short but informative class!