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Handpicked Classes to Build Strength

Vinyasa Flow Hatha

Classes to help you strengthen both your body and mind, quickly and effectively.

This gentle strengthening class is suitable if you are an advanced beginner who wants to bring more movement and flow into your practice. Starting slowly on the back, move through some twists to open your spine and build heat in a warrior II (virabhadrasana) flow, bringing strength to your legs and a suppleness to your spine. Try twisting chair (parshva utkatasana) to half moon (arhda chandrasana) as a peak transition for a challenge.
1-2 60 Jo Tastula
This is a cross training class to build strength for yogis or athletes. If your main activity is yoga this will help you build endurance and strength to prepare for more advanced postures. If you're an athlete, this class will help you cross train and build well rounded strength. Either way you won't need to be super flexible, but you do need to be in good shape and familiar with yoga. Get ready to work!
2 60 Tiffany Cruikshank
A quick blast for your arms, great to do on it's own or add it to another practice for a little extra boost of strength when you're in a pinch for time. Lots of variations on plank in here, switching it up every 30-60 seconds to keep you on your toes and ready for more. Play with some good core strength in this one as well. Props Suggested: Two towels on hardwood floor or paper plates on carpet.
2 10 Tiffany Cruikshank
This class will help you build strength in your hamstrings and glutes, a commonly weak area for many. This physical practice also represents your ability to step forward through the obstacles of life. Use this class to create strength and awareness in the back of your legs and glutes or when you need help stepping into your strength when you hit some obstacles or lethargy in your life. Props Needed: A block.
2 90 Tiffany Cruikshank
This is a well rounded flow with focus on the shoulder girdle for more of those that have greater shoulder range of motion. We'll look at a new variation on your vinyasa to access your shoulder. This class is great for strengthening the shoulders in a new direction to help create stability and symmetry around the shoulder joint.
2 60 Tiffany Cruikshank
Often hamstrings are associated with flexibility, but this unique class will help you find the balance of strength and openness. Flow to warm up the necessary muscles to go into deep hamstring openers/strengtheners such as compass variations and a fun pose called, 'the exorcist'. Fear not, plenty of time will be spent cooling down, leaving your lower body strong but stretched. Props Suggested: One block and a strap.
2-3 60 Kathryn Budig
Paced to keep you moving without rushing you along, this is a deliberately organized sequence that will strengthen the major muscle groups of your body without sacrificing attention to detail. Although challenging, focus on poses that most students can actually do (or approach within reason) and repeat. After-all, if you can't do or repeat the poses, it's pretty hard to develop significant strength with them.
2-3 90 Jason Crandell
Remember your physical and mental strength by tackling this strong and challenging practice! Loads of boat pose and core work are sprinkled throughout this practice in between creative standing flows and lotus inversion work. Get ready to sweat, go deep and build strength!
2-3 90 Kathryn Budig
Blow off some steam, build strength and stamina as you move powerfully from one pose to the next. Complete with core work, arm balances, hip openers and an optional full wheel, this one's got you covered on the yoga front.
2 30 Amy Ippoliti
Developing your core, shoulder and arm strength establishes confidence and skill in arm balances and inversions. Strengthen your body where you need it the most for these postures: your abdominals, hip flexors, shoulders and arms. You will tackle a few arm balances, but focus more on strengthening postures that will build your skill and confidence for arm balances in the future. Props Needed: A block.
2 60 Jason Crandell

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