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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.

Use your practice to amplify your presence, gratitude and kindness. Enjoy seated poses to relax and open your hips, then practice standing postures to open your shoulders and reaffirm the gratitude in your heart. To close, sit for a meditation to bring waves of thankfulness to your entire being. Props Needed: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
1-2 60 Elena Brower
In yoga teachings, "mudra" means lock, or seal. The mahamudra ("great seal") practice is one that combines breath with posture and attention to help you to feel your inner current of energy. Learn how to cultivate and contain the flows of your own inner vitality with this meditative sequence. Practice engaging mula bandha (root lock) and jalandhara bandha (chin lock), as you bring subtle focus on your breath in order to cultivate internal energy.
1 10 Felicia Tomasko
Deeply engage your hips, glutes and inner groin muscles with a sequence that begins in supta baddha konasana (reclining bound angle), then moves on to a quick dose of core work and postures like pigeon, lizard and frog. A great class when you're looking to open up your lower body and improve flexibility. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Hip Opener & Hips
1-2 20 Dice Iida-Klein
Heart and mind racing? Release it! Practice these simple standing movements and easy breathwork during times when you need a break from being revved up. Enjoy and explore a few breathing techniques, jaw releases and simple dynamic movements to soothe your nerves and cool your engines. Hone in on your breath and bring it all back to om.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction
1 5 Alex van Frank
When life feels crazy, your body suffers by soaking up stress. This sequence has the power to change reality by changing your perspective, which helps to release stressors. Move into forward folds, backbends and twists with some core work and arm balances woven in to amp focus and keep your energy strong. Although the circumstances of life do not change during practice, what can be changed is your response.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction
1-2 45 Darren Rhodes
If you're an avid runner, odds are your hammies are hollerin' at you! Here is a quick and easy class designed to stretch your hamstrings with the help of a strap. Begin by calming your body down with a deep standing forward fold, then move onto your back to practice supine postures for your legs. You may repeat this sequence or hold these poses for longer, if it feels good. Props Needed: A strap.
Practice Focus: Running & Hamstrings
1-2 5 Taylor Harkness
Restore your body with this class designed to be practiced right before bedtime. Begin on your back with slow spinal releases to remove compression built up in your spine during the day. Practice these gentle rocking movements to release your low back after a long day of sitting. Then practice legs up the wall pose to release strain and fatigue out of your legs. If you have a difficult time sleeping, this sequence will help you ease into sleep. Props Needed: A blanket, a strap, a bolster, a block and wall space.
Practice Focus: Sleep & Evening
1-2 20 Tias Little
Just like any physical workout, your yoga practice can become routine. Step out of your comfort zone and practice holding poses just a little longer than usual. Dig deeper into your strength and practice a series of postures that include warrior II, extended side angle and chair, moving on to plank holds and crow to help sharpen your focus and increase determination. You'll build greater strength and stamina with this fun class.
1-2 30 Steven Espinosa
Vata alert! During seasonal transitions you are most vulnerable to feeling ill. Don't be caught off guard as autumn arrives. Ground your wind element while cranking up the agni (digestive fire) with this powerful flow. Forward folds, core work and backbends will help activate your digestive energy to prepare for the heavier foods necessary during this time of year. Bon appetit! Props Needed: Two bolsters and two straps
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2-3 60 Marc Holzman
Focus on the power of your breath to soothe your nervous system, as you practice a series of poses that help move your mind toward tranquility and peace. Begin by lengthening your inhale, then quickly transition to emphasizing the exhale, guided by your movement in and out of simple, accessible postures. Practice includes gentle twists, a forward fold sequence and a breathing practice to deeply calm your mind and body.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction
2 30 Rod Stryker
Most cyclists are essentially tight all over after a ride. Unwind your tired muscles with a practice designed to target your low back, hamstrings and quads. Bring a natural curve to your low back with belly down backbends, open your hamstring with forward folds, and allow lunge variations that require minimum mobility promote maximum quad flexibility. Together, this sequence will leave you feeling refreshed and ready for your next training session.
Practice Focus: Cycling
2 20 Darren Rhodes
Help your body dissolve tension and experience the subtle, soothing quiet left in its wake. You'll enhance and refine core awareness with standing poses, hip openers and quad stretches, then move down to the floor to address your navel center. Take this time to intentionally release tension as an act of self-care, enhancing your body's strength, ease and wellbeing.
Practice Focus: Core Strength
2 60 Elena Brower

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