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Short on Time? Quickly Sweat and Stretch

Vinyasa Flow Hatha

Short on time but want to sneak a sweaty yoga session into your day? These classes provide a complete practice in under 30 minutes so you can find your center and be on your way.

This quick paced, warming flow sequence peaks at urdhva danurasana (wheel pose). To begin preparing for this backbend, begin with low lunges, pigeon with quad stretch, some standing poses with chest opener variations leading up to danurasana. A supine hip opener and paschimottanasana (forward fold) finish your practice. Be energized and ready to move through your day.
2 20 Stephanie Snyder
When you only have fifteen minutes to get your move on, you have the "magic 10" at your fingertips. These ten postures will strategically cover the four ways in which your spine moves. Consistent and steady movements provide your body and mind with a nice wake up. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and wall space.
2 15 Giselle Mari
A simple, perfect little practice if you're short on time - great for any time of day to get you moving and grooving. Vinyasas, breathing in standing pose variations, and a quick closing cool down, just what you need to open up and reconnect to yourself. Props Suggested: A block, blanket and a strap.
1-2 15 Elena Brower
We all know what it feels like to say "I don't have any time to practice today!" This ten minute sequence is short enough for anyone to fit into their day and powerful enough to make you feel accomplished!
2 10 Kathryn Budig
This practice is great for those times when you need a yoga quickie that is well rounded and fired up. Great to do both when you feel the need for an energy boost, or when you have a lot of energy to spare. Flow quickly through standing asanas, spend some time on your hands upside down and in an arm balance or two, and take only a brief moment to cool down.
2-3 15 Giselle Mari
A quick rejuvenator when you're short on time. A strong flow with some hops and breathing techniques to get your blood pumping. Practice inversions to invigorate your body and mind. Get your circulation flowing to give yourself a nice shot of energy. You'll get right into the flow so take your own warm up as needed. A short cool down is included.
2-3 15 Tiffany Cruikshank
The perfect practice if you are looking to find your inner warrior. Using warrior poses based on the popular 30:1 series, navigate through strong standing postures like warrior 1, 2, 3, chair pose and down dog, holding each posture for 1 minute. This is guaranteed to fire up your legs and core, giving way to a strong foundation to go about your day. Prop Suggested: Two Blocks
2 20 Dice Iida-Klein
This feisty little class will get you up and going with power. Inspired by the main asanas, like boat pose, side plank, and warrior 3, use this class as needed or to get a full body feeling workout in a very short amount of time. Utilizing the layers of your abdominal musculature, you will experience a fantastic pick me up.
2 15 Claire Missingham
A quick morning flow for the days when you think you don't have time to practice but know you really need it. This class will ease into a soothing wake up flow that will get you moving and ready for your day. Shake things up in an approachable and fun way to prepare for your day. Your practice concludes with a short cool down to leave you recharged and ready to go.
2 10 Tiffany Cruikshank
If you only have 5 minutes to practice, you don't have much time to read a description. So, here it is. You'll do 5 different salutations in 5 minutes. You'll feel much better and happy that you pressed play.
1-2 5 Jason Crandell

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