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Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa is a Sanskrit term often employed to describe a broad range of yoga styles. Vinyasa can be decoded from its root words Nyasa denoting "to place" and vi denoting "in a special way." It symbolizes a flowing, dynamic form of yoga, where postures are linked together using breath.

Jump start your energy with this quick and fun take on traditional surya namaskar. Build heat and strength as you stretch and flow! You'll conclude standing, so make time for a savasana after class if you'd like to cool down. A great daily practice to use alone or as a physical warm up for a kriya, pranayama or meditation.
2 15 Kia Miller
When it's cold outside or you just want to build heat and sweat, take this warming sequence of empowering standing poses, arm balances, and inversions. These creative vinyasa flows won't repetitively stress your hips and legs on the same side. Turn up your inner thermostat and burn off whatever is no longer serving you with this dynamic class. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2-3 60 Amy Ippoliti
Backbends are a delicious way to enliven your spirit, awaken your heart and lengthen your body. Combine that with the invigorating feeling of going upside down and you've got a powerful asana called hollowback! Prep your body with a progressive series of backbending poses before utilizing the wall for hanging upside down in hollowback. Leave with lifted spirits and a wide-open heart. Props Needed: Wall space.
Practice Focus: Backbends & Back
2-3 20 Sara Clark
Get out of your head and drop into your body with a quick and dynamic flow that takes you deep into postures. Warm up with a warrior flow before moving on to challenging forward folds like kurmasana and an active plow sequence. This powerful class will nourish your spine and rejuvenate your entire being.
2-3 15 Claire Missingham
Sometimes life requires persistence. Learn how to focus your attention on one task at a time, just as the committed caterpillar who climbs up a branch falls, but gets back up and climbs again and again. Let nature inspire you to practice backbends, standing balances, arm balances and transitions into inversions with confidence and ease. Just like nature, you are powerful, resilient and enchanting. Props Needed: Two blocks and a strap.
2-3 60 Chelsey Korus
Get right to the point with this fast-paced flow focused on building strength and endurance. With a variety of plank and sit-up variations woven throughout, you'll ignite your inner fire and light up your core. Remain strong and stable in standing poses like utkatasana (chair), before relaxing into supta baddha konasana (reclining bound angle) to round out the class.
2 45 Jason Crandell
Gain your power back with a plethora of wild side body openers! Daily stressors can bog down your body, especially your torso, causing you to slump and lose your empowered posture. Explore several variations of visvamitrasana as well as compass and gate pose to win back your expansiveness. Practice inversions of your choice, moving on to seated postures and gentle twists. Lengthen and strengthen as you open up and create space with this powerful flow. Props Needed: A strap.
Practice Focus: Side Body
2 90 Kathryn Budig
Practice a pleasant mix of standing poses to help open your hips, side body and spine. A few gentle and supported backbends, simple seated twists and forward folds will complete this well-rounded flow. Your legs will feel longer and stronger, your back body engaged and your hips and shoulders more open. This sweet, easy-to-follow practice will leave you feeling rejuvenated. Props Suggested: Two blocks.
1-2 60 Stephanie Snyder
Create a sense of evenness in your side body with twists and light arm balancing. You’ll develop a balanced focus on your inner and outer self, while stretching, lengthening and strengthening. Equalize your efforts as you flow from pose to pose, balancing strength with ease. Class will conclude with a short nadi shodhana practice to cultivate evenness in your mind. Props Needed: A block
2 75 Annie Carpenter
Using plank as the barometer for your practice, navigate through a steady flow of asanas that activate your core. Work on stepping back into high plank with intention and focus, giving way to a deeper understanding of your front body and how it affects all other asanas. This is a strong sequence that will help create the foundation for your inverted practice.
Practice Focus: Core Strength & Abs
1-2 30 Dice Iida-Klein
Indulge in a series of twists and lateral side bends to enhance your overall well-being and health. Practice feel-good poses like reverse warrior, gate pose, revolved side extended angle and revolved head-to-knee pose. Stretch the muscles of your respiratory system and enhance your capacity to breath deeply and easily. You'll walk away feeling refreshed, renewed and invigorated. Props Suggested: A blanket
Practice Focus: Detox
1-2 30 Amy Ippoliti
Autumn is here! As the elements shift in your external environment, the elements within you are also changing. Tap into the more contemplative, rooting energy that is calling for you to slow down and prepare for hibernation. With a focus on grounding your body and supporting digestion, move steadily through a series of sun salutations, lunges, twists and simple backbends. Seal your practice with supine stretches and a supported, nourishing savasana. Props Needed: Two blocks
Practice Focus: Seasonal
1 60 Sara Clark

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