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Hatha

Foundational yoga for beginners and advanced practitioners.

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.

Alignment itself is a distraction that forces focus. This practice uses alignment as mantra to create a steady moving meditation. The sequence is comprised of standing and supine poses that include backbends, balance postures, hip openers and quad stretches. Allow yourself to absorb the benefits of this mantra-like quest into poses as your mind becomes more focused.
Give your entire body the royal treatment after a long run. Stretch your calves and thighs, relax your legs and feet, and replenish your energy with this compact class. Sequencing includes hip openers, calf stretches and, finally, a supported restorative pose that both nourishes the legs and opens your chest, lungs and shoulders. Props Needed: Two blankets. Props Suggested: A strap or a belt.
Awaken your body to the full potential of the day! This fluid morning class is designed to open you up and get your blood moving. Find your rhythm with vinyasa flows, open your chest in humble warrior and crescent twist, then get funky with wild thing and fallen triangle. Try out side crane for a little lift, then end with seated forward bends to ground your experience and get you ready for your day. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.
A gently-paced sequence designed for the bigger body. But don't let that fool you! This is a dynamic, well-rounded class that will benefit everybody. Enjoy a simple, fun series of poses that includes creative use of a chair, moving through lunges, chair pose, twists and hip openers. One of the benefits you will find is a renewed sense of commitment to your practice. Touching your toes is not required, however putting in your best effort is highly encouraged. Props Needed: A chair.
Stoke your sun salutation fire with this dynamic, yet doable compact sequence. Engage your ujjayi breath and flow through surya namaskars from start to finish, with a dynamic standing warmup and postures that include half moon, warrior II, and extended side angle. Cool down with bridge pose, tuning back into your breath. Conclude with a soothing savasana.
Tap into the subtle energy at your navel, the most fundamental power source in your body. This nourishing sequence is designed to strengthen your structure while creating space to move energy where you need it most. You'll explore standing pose variations, such as warrior II and side angle, open your hips with pigeon and baddha konasana, then bring your practice to a close with bridge and savasana. Discover how your navel center can be a place of both power and rest as you experience the strength of your subtle body.
For those evenings when you didn't have the time to get your daytime practice in, but you still want to move. This all-around sequence of favorite poses and slow vinyasas will strengthen and lengthen without overstimulating your adrenals so you can go to bed without feeling wired. Conclude with a supported restorative posture to help you ease into a peaceful evening. Props Needed: Two blocks, a bolster and a blanket.
There's nothing quite like being able to stretch your body out after being confined for long periods of time. This class provides relief from the excessive time spent sitting during travel or even work and commuting. Start with a floor sequence to open your whole body, leading into a smooth flow. You'll create space all over, but especially in the long muscles of your back and legs. It's smooth sailing from here!
Life presents you with obstacles. The key is to persist beyond these obstacles. Gain the strength to walk your path with this sequence that calls on your endurance. Whether you are feeling tight or flexing your flexibility, this practice helps cultivate your strength where you need it most. Sequencing emphasizes challenging standing and supine poses, so that you walk away feeling sublime.
In the alchemy of your practice unite stillness with movement whether in seated meditation, flowing through postures or doing unwinding movements on the floor. This leads you to states of sublime awareness and feather fine concentration. Practice supine leg poses, lunges, tree pose and twists in order to cultivate both flow and stillness. This practice session will bring lightness, ease and clarity to your body and mind. Props Needed: A blanket, a strap, a bolster and a block.
Step into the full presence of the unknown, by recalibrating for the capacity of now. This practice will emphasize grounding poses like malasana combined with uttanasana, opening your hips and releasing your back body in forward folds. Keep your energy rooted throughout with skandasana and wide-legged forward bend, then allow nadi shodhana and kapala bati breathwork to guide you into backbends and savasana. You'll set your attention to the present moment while remaining receptive to new stimuli. Props Suggested: A blanket and a block.
Classical Indian dance moves inspired this slow warm up for the joints and muscles of your upper body. Gently stretch and strengthen with circular, fluid movements of your head, neck, arms, upper back and wrists. Hand gestures known as mudras will also be used. Become aware of the subtle muscles of your wrists, hands and neck while paying attention to your eye movements, to assist in improving your mobility and mood.

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