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Vinyasa Flow

Flowing postures linked together using breath.

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.

Arm balances are the icing on the cake of a well-rounded and committed practice. This slow flow explores pathways to successfully lifting into a range of basic balances. Begin with surya C and navasana and malasana work, before using specific breathwork, preparatory poses and deep focus to work on bakasana, bhujapidasana and eka pada galavasana. As with any defined goal, be sure to relish the journey, approach challenges with confidence and openness, and practice non-attachment to the outcome. Props Suggested: Two blocks and a blanket.
Awaken your senses with a class to rival your favorite cup of coffee. This well-rounded energy booster is great for shaking off tiredness at any time of day. Let your energy percolate with invigorating pranayama, move through surya C's with enlivening lunges, and ease your joints into action with mobility drills. Practice will culminate with a nice dose of floor work and an option to end in seated meditation or savasana.
Comfort your body during your period by slowing down and moving mindfully. This class will focus on easing cramps using compression. You'll draw inward toward your center in child's pose, cobra, chair twists and poses that hug in the knees. Your senses and feelings are heightened right now, and rooting back into the body can help. Props Needed: A block.
Play with your fluid nature as you move through this continuous vinyasa sequence. Start with a meditation and then open up your whole body by moving through a wave-like flow. You'll explore lunges and upper back openers, then glide to the floor into salabhasana and side planks. Transitions can be just as interesting as the poses themselves when you become totally absorbed into what is called "the flow state."
Turn your regular vinyasa experience on its head with a practice that, nevertheless, feels so right. After a warm up with breathwork, this class dives head first into headstand, then works its way gradually down to your feet. You'll journey through each of your seven chakras, balancing and refining your pranic body, so you leave feeling unmistakably grounded and calm. Props Suggested: A blanket.
This practice will focus on spacious shoulder work and artful balance poses that lengthen and uplift. You'll begin with a seated meditation, then flow through a sequence including chair twists and lunges with eagle arms. Use the space you've created to extend into bird of paradise, a beautiful, but challenging balance pose that will open your hips and strengthen your back. Continue to release your hips with pigeon and mermaid, then slowly unfurl into a rejuvenating savasana with breathwork. Props Needed: A strap. Props Suggested: A block.
A strong, balanced flow for the morning with minimal verbal cues. You'll get enough instruction to get into the poses and maintain the rhythm of the practice, with enough silence to listen to your own body and enjoy the morning quiet. Practice includes sun salutations, standing poses, arm balances, backbends, and a few optional inversions. All the guidance without the gab.
"Just let it go." If it were only that easy! This powerful sequence aims to get you outside your comfort zone so you can sweat it all off. You'll learn simple physical tools to help you shake off residual complications and burn through the hooks that can weigh you down. Featuring repetitive, explosive movements connected to intention and breath, you'll start the fire of discipline and power your way forward.
Find freedom in your hips and fly! This fun flow will prepare you for arm balances that require a bit of space in the hips and hamstrings. After warming and opening your body, float into eka hasta bhujapidasana (one-legged insect) and bhujapidasana (shoulder-pressing pose), then peak at titthibhasana (firefly). While these challenging poses require focus, don't take yourself too seriously, this class was designed for play! Props Suggested: Two blocks.
Set your inner flow free with this hip-opening sequence! You'll loosen up energy that's often held stagnant in the hips and legs as you flow through high and low lunges and forward bends. Next, float down to your mat for supta baddha konasana and reclining hand-to-big-toe, inviting a deep release in your hips and hamstrings. Finish feeling free and easy by allowing your newly released energy to circulate in a rejuvenating savasana with legs up the wall. Props Suggested: Wall space.
Energize your spine with a series of powerful forward folds and strong backbends. Build heat with mountain climbers, sun salutations, and lunges, then steady your focus as you flow through crow, bird of paradise and camel, leading up to pincha mayurasana (feathered peacock pose). Access a place of calm with alternate nostril breathing, then relax deeply into a guided savasana.
This practice will create stability throughout your shoulder joint to allow for greater range of motion and enhanced mobility. Featuring straightforward asanas with some shoulder-opening additions, you'll get your body moving while easing areas of tightness. Begin with a seated warm up using your strap, the flow through surya namaskars, side planks and warrior II variations. Class concludes with upper body stretches and a brief meditation. Props Needed: A strap.

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