Yogic Arts Master Class
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Published on October 19, 2010
Published on October 19, 2010
By Noelle Beaugureau on Sep 21, 2020
This cleansing, clearing and freeing practice is designed to help you let go of heaviness in the heart center! We create heat with sun salutations and standing poses that open the chest. Heart opening poses such as Bow, Locust and Chapasana in Half Moon are explored. May your heart be open and your mind clear! Namaste
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 21, 2020
Carve out some time that is just for you. Tune in, wring yourself out, breathe deeply and walk away from your mat feeling energized and open! We build heat with Series C, fire up the legs with crescent variations that lead to twists and eagle pose and eventually take us into side crow, koundinyasana 1 and dwi pada (grab a block if you're working toward side crow). Deep core work along the way, backbends, and then the juicy, stretchy stuff - lizard pose variations, hanumanasana, happy cow face pose and a savasana that is sure to be blissful. Enjoy!
By Courtney Harms on Sep 15, 2020
A well-rounded vinyasa flow practice that will build lots of heat and inner fire. Equal parts strength, flexibility and a little upside down fun!
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 15, 2020
A fun flow where we build lots of heat in the hips and shoulders with flipped out dogs to fallen triangles, sun salute variations, 6-minute abs, standing balance, arm balances including koundinyasana II and flying pigeon, a little camel pose tutorial, and fun in handstands, all with my good friend (and yours) Adam!
By Angela Kukhahn on Sep 8, 2020
This is a fun heat-building flow with lots of love for your legs! Long holds help to build strength, endurance and belief in yourself. If your legs don't shake at some point, I'll be very surprised! Options for handstands included, and we do break down side crow, but this flow is focused on your legs, not standing on your hands :) Enjoy!
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 7, 2020
We build some nice heat with series C and dive deeply into the hips, shoulders and hamstrings. The flow is full of twists and turns and playful transitions including arm balances and inversions. Pranayama is the focus throughout the class, so if you aren’t ready to breathe deeply, get ready! This is one of the most powerful ways to calm the nervous system and quiet the mind. Backbends, hamstring opening and core strengthening as we flow, and a guided savasana send you floating off your mat.
By Lauren Peterson on Sep 2, 2020
In this class, we start on our backs. We do some hamstring and psoas stretching, core work, and strengthening. From there we move on to sun salutations and standing poses. We mirror some poses on our feet that we did laying down, and challenge our balance and flexibility. A centering class that will increase strength and flexibility.
By Ally Hamilton on Sep 2, 2020
The pace is slow and steady. We build some nice heat with movements that open the spine, chest and shoulders and then target the hips, psoas, quadriceps, hamstrings and side body. Deep breathing throughout to calm the nervous system with long holds in half lotus variations. Twists to wring yourself out. Please have a block handy especially if you have knee issues. the hip-opening is deep and I want you to please listen to your body! This is a great practice for end-of-day or end-of-week, or for anytime you need to calm and center yourself and get a really deep stretch! Enjoy x
By Josie Kramer on Aug 31, 2020
Set a date with your true self! This practice invites you to honor precious YOU with undivided attention, deep listening and compassionate care. What to expect: cat/cow, sun salutations, a dynamic crescent flow, malasana, warrior 3, standing splits, seated spinal twist, boat pose, camel, reverse table top, baddha konasana, bridge/wheel, happy baby, thread the needle and savasana! Enjoy, yogis!
By Noelle Beaugureau on Aug 24, 2020
This practice is all about taking your time to move with intention and awareness. We focus energy in the core and practice an inner gaze (eyes closed) in some of the postures. A perfect opportunity to slow down, strengthen and recharge!