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Hatha

Hatha Yoga is often slower moving than a Vinyasa Yoga practice but it can be challenging, stimulating or soft, depending on the circumstances. The integration of breath while holding poses for long periods of time with intention and relaxation comprise this branch of practice that encompasses and integrates many forms.

Take a journey to your innermost self, using breath and movement to travel into a meditative state. Tune in with a centering pranayama, before moving on to a steady flowing sequence that includes side angle, trikonasana and standing balances like ardha chandra chapasana. Focus on the subtle influence of the koshas (layers of self), allowing this deeply personal practice to deliver you to the easeful ground of your own being.
2 20 Tara Judelle
This soothing sequence focuses on the three-dimensional space around your heart. You’ll practice poses that support and stretch around your shoulder blades, sides of your heart, lungs and upper chest. This support can feel especially helpful during instances of emotional heartbreak, heartache and grief. Using two blocks, practice a series of gentle backbends, calming forward folds and nourishing twists with guided visualizations to nurture your heart. Props Needed: Two blocks.
Practice Focus: Heart
1 30 Felicia Tomasko
Ayurveda teaches that a short practice synchronizing the body and the breath is an excellent way to transition from sleep to wakefulness. Start your day right by taking a few minutes to coordinate breath with movement. This go-to sequence, best done immediately upon waking, will harmonize your mind and body for an optimal start to your morning.
Practice Focus: Morning & Ayurveda
2 5 Marc Holzman
Move towards revitalization by focusing on large movements and deepening your breath in this sequence of standing postures. Kapalabati breath prepares you for sun salutations, twists and balancing forward folds. Strengthen your lower back and core muscles with upward facing plank and abdominal activating techniques in boat pose. Move into deep, seated twists and explore more forward bending. The practice becomes fully integrated with alternate nostril breathing and meditation at your navel center.
1-2 60 Rod Stryker
Tap into your internal fountain of youth, your spine! This sequence of stretching and strengthening poses will improve balance and help to decrease shoulder and back tension. The synergy and magic happens by combining mindful spinal movements with mindful breathing. Move through downward dog variations, bridge pose and gentle twisting. Acknowledge any accumulated tightness, then let it all go.
Practice Focus: Back & Spine
1 60 Alex van Frank
Challenge yourself with a sequence of familiar postures held at timed intervals. Focus on your breath, alignment and strength as you move into downward facing dog, plank pose, locust prep, vashistasana and intense east stretch, all poses that require full on output from your body! This class encourages shoulders to move in all directions, helping to create more mobility and equal stability. Although intense, this practice promotes inner stillness and calm.
Practice Focus: Shoulders
2-3 15 Darren Rhodes
This practice helps usher clear currents of energy from your lower to your upper body, lending you a feeling of internal buoyancy and elemental ease throughout your form. Begin in standing poses to open your hips and stabilize your stance, then come down to the floor to experience supported seated hip openers for a spacious meditation.
2 30 Elena Brower
To be at home in your own skin and in love with your body is a radical practice for women. Before you were made to believe there were roles to play or masks to wear, your body knew its true self. Return to that place of knowing with a sequence of supported backbends, active flowing movements and nourishing forward folds. Walk away feeling empowered to love the skin you're in. Props Needed: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Women
1-2 20 Chelsey Korus
Forward folds make for a quiet mind, supple spine and open spirit. Through a slow and steady sequence, practice standing and seated forward bending postures in order to lengthen your low spine and hamstrings. Then move onto your back to do forward folds supine. This class offers innovative poses with a dynamic and restorative approach. Props Needed: A blanket, a strap, a bolster and a block.
1-2 30 Tias Little
Between working a full time job or trying to raise a family, it is easy to forget to take care of yourself. Remember that before you can take care of others, you have to take care of yourself first. Short and sweet, this class will help you do just that! Practice a sequence that includes a little bit of everything - forward folds, lunges, shoulder openers and plank push ups, concluding in child's pose. Props Suggested: A block.
1 10 Steven Espinosa
For those days when you feel a bit foggy, this class can help you focus and energize. Harness your drishti, your gazing point, to develop dharana, single-pointed focus, and bring yourself into the present moment. Practice a grounding and focusing sequence that includes virasana, lunges and dolphin. Move into garudasana, to develop your eagle-eyed focus, then into headstand. Open and work your shoulder girdle, get upside down and get on with your day. Props Needed: A block and a blanket.
Practice Focus: Morning
2 30 Annie Carpenter
Firm your abs, strengthen your core and boost your upper body endurance with this half hour of power! Activating plank variations, standing poses, handstand and supine core-strengthening poses are all on the menu. Props are skillfully utilized to take your core to the next level. Walk away feeling integrated and empowered. Props Needed: A block. Props Suggested: A bolster or a blanket.
Practice Focus: Core Strength & Abs
2-3 30 Marc Holzman

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