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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.

Stimulate your mind and body with a sequence to clear out the cobwebs and boost your energy! Start in a seated position with powerful breath work, changing out any staleness in your body. Then move on to poses like malasana, squat variations, cat/cow and plank to get your blood pumping and your circulation going. Your focus and creativity may feel more invigorated, and your thighs, arms and bottom will thank you for this recharge!
Practice Focus: Energy
1-2 5 Alex van Frank
During the seasonal fluctuations of the winter, it is especially important to adequately support your ability to breath deeply. Support the suppleness of your accessory muscles of breathing with this sequence focused on creating greater articulation of the area around your rib cage, so that you can take a deep breath. Includes an active thread the needle sequence and supported backbends. Breath in more vitality and shake off that winter sluggishness. Props Needed: Two blocks.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
1 30 Felicia Tomasko
Travel inward via forward folds and gentle backbends designed to target your entire spine and groin muscles. Warm up with plank and locust II, moving onto baddha konasana and a series of garland pose variations to build more awareness in your hips. Sequencing includes supine twisting and bridge, concluding with a short savasana to seal in your practice. Bring calm to your mind and help build flexibility in your body with this back stimulating class. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Spine
2 15 Darren Rhodes
When your digestion is feeling sluggish and your metabolism needs a little energy, practice this movement based sequence to help massage your gut and bring prana into your belly. It’s the perfect way to ignite your digestive fire and tone your core! Sequencing includes paschimottanasana, upavistha konasana and a robust series of core-activating exercises that spark your inner fire and kickstart your energy. Great anytime you're looking for a belly boost.
Practice Focus: Digestion & Stomach
2 15 Marc Holzman
Starting and ending with self-care, this sequence of moving meditations and postures will keep your energy flowing and your body tuned up for the winter. Powerful breath work sets the tone for class, before moving into a warming series of fluid arm and leg poses, a warrior flow, baby backbends and optional headstand. Cultivate a vibrant mind and boost your body's capacity to be healthy and strong during the colder months of the year. Props Needed: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2 45 Elena Brower
Looking for an all-encompassing hip stretch practice? You just found it! Open your hips in various asanas, giving careful attention to alignment in this invigorating class. Hold your postures for a longer amount of time as you practice a deep releasing malasana sequence, lunges and pigeon variations, moving into gomukhasana and twists. Excavate any unwanted emotions you’ve been holding onto as you release and strengthen your hips. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Hip Opener & Hips
2 30 Dice Iida-Klein
Fundamental backbends may appear easy and commonly practiced, but are not often instructed. Learn and improve your backbends with a progressive sequence, using props to leverage postures to new depths. Strengthen your hamstrings, glutes and back muscles with a new approach to salabhasana, dhanurasana and urdhva mukha svanasana. Work on opening your shoulders and hip flexors, mobilizing your thoracic spine and stabilizing your lumbar and cervical spine. Walk away feeling stronger and more open. Props Needed: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Backbends & Back
2 30 Noah Maze
Keeping your digestion healthy helps make any yoga practice stronger and more fun. In this class, work with a few poses and gentle breathing that can support good digestion. Begin with windshield wiping your legs for a sweet internal twist before engaging through your core with an emphasis on your exhales. Then, use all your props to relax into a supportive and stimulating opening for your belly and entire body. Props Needed: Two blocks, two blankets and a bolster.
Practice Focus: Digestion
1-2 10 Mary Taylor
Expand and contract the entire architecture of your body as you twist and bend through full range of motion movements. Play through planes and dimensions as you move through your front plane, horizontal and vertical plane to increase your body’s agility and integrity. Salute the sun with surya namaskars, then create a variety of shapes and movements with poses like parsva bakasana, wild thing, wheel, bow and sirsasana.
2-3 75 Tara Judelle
Bring awareness to the habits you may unconsciously express in your practice with a sequence that helps create an equal balance of strength and stretch. Begin with downward facing dog to emphasize stretching, moving into plank to focus on strength. Create more agility with playful variations of postures in this full spectrum class that includes powerful pose, tree and janu sirsasana. Allow the repetition of familiar alignment cues to bring evenness to your temperament.
1-2 60 Darren Rhodes
Remove obstacles and create room for a motivated new year! Motivation comes and goes, but the key to sustaining it is finding your optimal zone of manageable difficulty. Use this new year to seek out the tasks that give you just that right amount of challenge. Explore this in various twists, establishing stability (resistance) against which you can revolve within your limits. Standing, supine and arm balance twists are all on the menu. Props Needed: A blanket and a block.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2 45 Marc Holzman
Prepare to feel rejuvenated with this gently invigorating practice for those times you feel low on energy. Focusing on breath awareness, practice mindfully connecting a series of postures to your breath. Use this breath focused class to reduce stress and relax, allowing your body to naturally re-energize. By releasing stress and breathing more fully, you walk away feeling invigorated. Great for those times when you feel exhausted but also need to move a bit.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction & Breath
1-2 60 Tiffany Cruikshank

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