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Classes for a Strong Stable Core

Vinyasa Flow Hatha

These classes improve core strength by building the underlying muscles to build abs that are both strong, stable and flexible.

It's hardcore, baby. Endure fifteen minutes of straight core work, creating heat and major strength. All of your hard work is followed by a supported bridge on a block and a few twists to release your back and belly. Props Needed: A block and a strap.
2-3 20 Kathryn Budig
This class has a focus on core work that is interspersed within and between a strong standing pose series. Experience much of the core work on the floor, using a block to really engage your inner thighs and deep supportive abdominals. A great class when you want to ignite some fire, work your torso and build stability in your low back. Enjoy a few psoas releases before resting in savasana.
2 60 Tiffany Cruikshank
A short class using nothing but plank with work exploring its many variations. This practice is aimed at creating some heat and building core and upper body strength. A great class if you are looking to work on your vinyasa basics but perhaps lack the strength in your upper body for the longer holds.
2 10 Dice Iida-Klein
Get ready for some serious reps, people. Dive into some unforgiving core work complimented by strong standing core work to remind you of your strength and vitality. Move through a few front body openers as well to counter all of the hard core work in your abs. A great class to do prior to an arm balancing class or a back bending class for a full body work out.
2-3 20 Kathryn Budig
Straightforward and to the point, this practice will strengthen your abdominals and stretch your outer hips. These two focal points complement each other by providing your hips and lower back with greater strength and mobility. You'll do focused abdominal strengthening and creative hip-opening in the context of a full-body vinyasa practice. Props Suggested: A block.
2-3 45 Jason Crandell
Short and to the point, this flow is sure to fire up your core from all sides. Work your core from the front body, back body and side body using poses like navasana (boat pose), salabhasana (locust pose) and vasisthasana (side plank). Prop use in surya namaskar A is sure to get your core fired up as well. Take a few twists and backbends to counter before resting in a brief savasana. Props Needed: A block and a blanket. (Use two paper plates/frisbees if you're on carpet).
2 45 Dice Iida-Klein
Inspired by the notion of "your core", evocative of much imagery, although descriptive of very little. What this class does focus on is the relationship between your inner-legs, pelvic floor, hip-flexors and abdominal center. It's like other core classes, but a bit longer and a bit more creative. Use a few of yoga's basic poses like crow, plank and chair to target these muscles in a new way. Try it out, it's pretty good (if contrarian).
2 30 Jason Crandell
This practice helps to develop deep core awareness. It helps to balance digestion and strengthens your apana, the inner energy that helps you to let go of everything unnecessary. This is a strength building practice ending in an arm balance. Walk away feeling more empowered! Props Needed: A blanket and a block.
1-2 45 Kia Miller
Pure core heaven folks. Back by popular request with new core postures and a little longer duration. Building strength with some good plank and spend a few minutes with glute work as a nice added bonus. A great class to add to other shorter flows or to do when you're short on time. Feel more connected and confident in your core strength, and come back to this class anytime you need to reconnect.
2 15 Tiffany Cruikshank
A quick, complete core practice designed for new students and teachers that work with new students. It contains accessible postures that will strengthen your abdominals, inner-legs and thighs. These postures help trim your midsection and lay the foundation for more challenging work in the future. The practice is also suitable for more experienced students that want a slightly lighter core practice. Props Needed: A block.
1 15 Jason Crandell
Build a strong interior core, flexible hips and strong arms. Balancing poses on your arms following deep work in your hip sockets. You will be safely guided to enter arm balances from the ground up. Poses include bakasana (crane) bhujapidasana (shoulder-pressure suspension pose) and lolasana (dangling pendant pose). Props Needed: One or two blocks, a blanket, a bolster and a strap.
2 60 Tias Little
Ah, dear core work. How we love to hate you. A creative practice in which you will go out of your way to strengthen your core without feeling like you're at death's door. Deep core strengthening flow without the 'ouch this is so miserable' aspect. An all around sweaty flow that will leave you feeling satisfied and energized. Props Needed: A block.
2-3 45 Kathryn Budig
Focus on the connection points between your hips and your core and how to supercharge these areas for poses like crow, rock star and pick-ups on blocks. Build strength in your shoulders, legs and core and bring heat and energy to your flow. Finish with hip openers like lizard and pigeon, then give some love to your wrists and enjoy savasana on your own. Props Needed: Two blocks and a strap.
2 75 Taylor Harkness
Take a moment in meditation to anatomically explore your core musculature. Your muscles work synergistically to bring stability and support to your pelvis and lower back. Rather than the classical "core crunches", explore planks and squats, as well as standing balancing poses to activate pelvic floor stability and deep core muscles. Counter with backbends and twists. Finish feeling strong in your core and connected to your power center.
2 45 Jo Tastula

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