Only A Yogi Knows The Feeling
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Published on October 15, 2010
Published on October 15, 2010
By Ally Hamilton on Mar 17, 2023
I was in the mood for everything in this practice! A creative, sweaty vinyasa flow, some heart-pumping yoga sculpting mixed in, deep stretching and long holds to use all that heat to seriously open, followed by 15 minutes of Yoga Nidra in savasana. If you're also in the mood for all that deliciousness, let's do this!
By Josie Kramer on Mar 10, 2023
Follow your inner guidance to discover what you need to thrive - both on and off the mat! This practice will help nurture that wisdom with the following poses: cat/cow, spinal lengthening, Down-dog, sun salutes, crescent, star, warrior 2, goddess, reverse triangle, half moon, standing splits, power chair, boat pose, camel, happy cow, eagle twist + more! Enjoy, yogis!
By Ally Hamilton on Mar 10, 2023
Oh hi there! If you're looking for a class that's going to open and strengthen every major muscle group, get you breathing deeply and feeling as open and energized as possible, then you've come to the right class! Once we're warm we play with bakasana and tripod headstand, and there are also tips and tools to play with lifting to handstand with both legs together. Enjoy, yogis!
By Angela Kukhahn on Mar 2, 2023
This is the kind of flow you do to get in there, get breathing, and open + strengthen every major muscle group! Not too much, not too little...just right! Ready? Let's do this.
By Ally Hamilton on Feb 27, 2023
A practice for days when you have a moderate amount of energy but want to open up and breathe deeply. We move at a steady, mindful pace. You can expect to open every major muscle group, to fire up your core, to play with arm balances and inversions, but to do all of that with a calm, cool, curious state of mind and the willingness to turn the heat up or down based on how you feel. Enjoy, yogis!
By Courtney Harms on Feb 27, 2023
This is a vinyasa style yoga flow where we build strength and heat in a safe and fun way! A block may be helpful. Enjoy, yogis!
By Ally Hamilton on Feb 17, 2023
I love a classic 90-minute class where we don't have to rush or edit anything out! This practice is all about opening to reality as it is, which is not always as we want it to be. Attachment and aversion are flip sides of the same coin. We approach this practice and our own bodies with curiosity instead of an agenda. It's incredibly freeing. There's a focus on shoulder , chest, upper back and neck release, but you'll get plenty of hip and hamstring opening as well. Core strengthening gets us ready for an exploration of forearm stand (a strap and a block may be helpful). And yoga Nidra in savasana should send you floating off your mat. Enjoy, yogis!
By Ally Hamilton on Feb 8, 2023
Can you get into a totally open mindset about your practice today? Can you work with your body and whatever boundaries it may make known to you as you move, with respect, patience, compassion and understanding? The more you're able to work with the truth of whatever you're dealing with, the more things flow. This is true on your mat (and it's the secret to greater strengthening and opening) and it's true in life! Good to work on ;) This is a fun and energizing flow with some sneaky strengthening slipped in and lots of deep stretching, too! Enjoy yogis!
By Brent Laffoon on Feb 8, 2023
A nice, juicy practice that incorporates a variety of binding postures, and invites you to investigate all the elements that go into making them possible--strength, balance, flexibility and mobility. Enjoy Part 3 of our binding adventure!
By Josie Kramer on Jan 30, 2023
As we grow in our understanding of the practice, it’s easy to fall into “autopilot.” Work to cultivate beginner’s mind, observing each pose and situation as if for the first time. Remain open to new possibilities! Poses include: cat/cow, sun salutes, chair pose, warrior 2, extended side angle, reverse triangle, boat pose, bridge, supported shoulder-stand, pigeon, spinal twists, savasana. Enjoy, yogis!