“Vinyasa” means “a methodical progression from one point to another”, and when we say “vinyasa flow” we are describing the union of breath and movement from one pose to another. Our flow classes are sweaty, focused and fun. The emphasis on breath brings you into your body and connects you to something that’s happening in the present moment--your inhales and exhales, and all the other sensations that arise as you move and build heat, open, strengthen and stretch. Sensations don’t happen in the past or the future, they happen now. Welcome to your body!
Directing your energy is key if you want to be present for yourself and the people in your life, and also if you want to get things done! Use the focal points in your physical practice to train your mind to do one thing at a time, so the next time you cross paths with a "hater", you don't get sidelined for long!
This fun and engaging vinyasa flow targets the core, shoulders and inner thighs to build strength and stability in the upper body, preparing you for handstand. We will flow through a series of sun salutations before working into standing hip openers, twists and inversions. Suitable for all levels! Come with an open mind and a willingness to play upside down.
This class is a fun, dynamic and vigorous flow with particular emphasis on self-care. Practice attuning to your body and moving in a way that feels nourishing. Stay invested in the present moment as you connect with the breath and explore what feels good for you. This practice offers a nice blend of spinal twists, standing poses, inversions, arm balancing, hip and heart opening as well as forward folds. Enjoy, yogis!
Staying strong and letting go: We play with structure and softness as we work to target different places in the hips and shoulders. A strong flow builds heat, and we target both the hips and shoulders with different arm variations in humble warrior, along with some hip-opening side plank variations. We work the core throughout our flow with some Koundinyasana prep work and Dolphin plank, and then (in case you didn't get enough) there's more time for your core once we hit the floor. As usual, there's always time for backbending, and there's plenty of time to let the hips release in Lizard and your choice of Pigeon. Forward folds close it out before a good, long Savasana.
Find the sweet spot between effort & surrender in this Fly Strong Flow practice. We explore anjaneyasana, triangle, half moon, crow pose and more. Learn how to move from tripod headstand into crow pose. Challenge the body in crescent twist and bound side angle pose. Experience deep hip release in lizard & pigeon pose. Time to play upside down is given, and we work our way into a deep & relaxing Savasana!
This energizing flow prepares the body for Visvamitrasana - a pose dedicated to the Sage Visvamitra. This basis for this pose is side plank with one leg in a deep hip opener and spine into a twist! It's a rather complex pose but we will move through a series of asanas to warm you up and help you balance. A great practice for building strength in the upper body while opening up the shoulders. Enjoy!
Series A and Series C nice and easy to build some heat. Variations that open the shoulders and upper back, some sweet twists, a backbend (restorative or active) and then super-deep hip and hamstring opening including monkey pose, half frog, reclined hero pose, and double pigeon.