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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.

Winter carries strong vata undertones and is marked by qualities of mobility and cold. How do you honor the colder, contemplative energy of the season and simultaneously build warmth? Counteract it by creating stability and heat! Move through a steady sequence of standing poses, arm balancing, deep hip openers and core work, with a focus on your solar plexus energy. Flow with mindful movements to steady your mind, engaging longer holds to stoke inner fire. Props Needed: A block.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2 45 Marc Holzman
Upper body and arm strength is key to better posture, confidence and longevity in your practice. Explore inversions and arm balances with a focus on the last three "niyamas" (or self disciplines). Begin in child’s pose with a gradual mat warm-up, surrendering your shoulders and upper back. Practice crescent, downward dog and warrior variations, moving to the wall to practice a variety of invigorating, chest opening inversions and arm balances. Walk away feeling invincible! Props Needed: A strap.
Practice Focus: Shoulders & Arms
2-3 60 Amy Ippoliti
Simple and effective, this sequence of forward bends is a calming elixir for whenever you need to relax. Take time out for yourself to lower your head beneath the level of your heart, to calm your sympathetic nervous system and facilitate an inward-turning of awareness. Begin in child's pose, moving through a soothing practice of postures that include prasarita padottanasana. Return to this class anytime you need a quick dose of quiet in your life.
2 5 Noah Maze
Inspire your own inner joy, peace and contentment with this practice that opens you up to boundless energy. Begin supine with gentle breath work. Breath is then deepened with standing poses that help expand your chest and upper back, before transitioning onto the floor with hip openers and postures that lengthen your upper spine. Practice culminates with pranayama, emphasizing inhale retention, and a meditation to unlock purposefulness and a renewed passion for living.
2 60 Rod Stryker
Jump right in with this multi-generational practice that keeps movement fun and accessible for you and your children. Young at heart will appreciate the breath work that helps channel your inner child. Children will appreciate the partner work and story aspects in this sequence of movements that helps motor skills and patience. Mudras (hand gestures) will be used to benefit fine motor skills as well as wrist and finger strength. A fun practice for everyone!
Practice Focus: Parents
1 30 Alex van Frank
Got a few minutes after a sweaty training session? Kick off your trainers and release into a supine sequence that helps target your front body and hips. Unwind and give your muscles a much needed stretch with poses like bridge and reclined cow face pose. A great practice after a gym session to get your body ready for your next workout. Take savasana as long or as little as you like.
Practice Focus: Cross Train
1-2 5 Darren Rhodes
Welcome yourself home with steadiness, courage and your own knowingness with a class designed specifically for women. A flowing sequence of forward folds turns your focus inward, opening up to your willingness to honor what has already been and what lies ahead of you. Centering breath work lengthens and clears you out, both body and mind. Reset your energy with positivity, love, kindness and strength with this practice. Props Needed: Wall space.
Practice Focus: Women
2 20 Elena Brower
A steady paced class to tap the bone essence. As you age, your bones become lighter and less stable. In the spiritual traditions of India and China, the bones that hold the marrow are thought to house the deep life force. Practice standing and supine poses, in order to tap the bone energy and move from the body’s deepest essence. Begin on the floor and then move to standing as you connect to your bones. Props Needed: A block, bolster, blanket and a strap.
2 30 Tias Little
Experience the joy, power and lightness of the frontal splits, hanumanasana. While challenging and fun, this difficult pose brings a feeling of delight. A slow and steady pace helps to prepare your legs and spine. Your focus is mainly on quad and hamstring work and setting the shape for the pose. Plenty of detail on how to modify pose for beginners. The practice includes a long preparatory sequence for the hamstrings, hip joints and sacrum. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket, a bolster and a strap.
Practice Focus: Hamstrings
2 60 Tias Little
After spending hours on your feet, much of your body weight translates to the sacroiliac (SI) joints. Strengthening the supportive muscles of these small joints is key to optimized function of your hips and low back. Beginning in a supine position, using props for support, practice a series of body aligning movements that focus on creating balance and strength. Move onto standing postures, then return onto your back, feeling the effects of refined body awareness. Props Needed: A block. Props Suggested: A bolster and a strap.
Practice Focus: Hips
2 60 Tiffany Cruikshank
A class inspired by the many twists and turns on this journey called life. During this energetically paced class, cultivate the traits of strength and steadiness while remaining focused and flexible. Sequencing includes a variety of standing poses combined with twists such as twisting triangle and half moon. Finishing with a series of seated and supine poses, like pigeon with a twist, to cool your body down before resting in savasana. Props Needed: A block.
Practice Focus: Twists
1-2 45 Steven Espinosa
This well-rounded and vigorous heat building practice is perfect for creating wintertime warmth. Stoke your inner fire with a progressive sequence of sun salutations, inversions, standing poses, forward bends, backbends and twists. Seal your practice with pranayama. Class covers a lot of ground and provides continuous instruction without breaking individual poses down into great detail. Leave feeling invigorated and transformed in the heat and alchemy of your yoga practice. Props Needed: Two blankets. Props Suggested: A strap and wall space.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2 60 Noah Maze

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