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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.

Feeling uninspired and sleepy? Allow this class to move your body and motivate your mind! With a focus on waking up every cell of your being, ignite a fire within to give you strength for taking on the day ahead. Begin in tadasana, flowing with intention into standing postures like revolved chair, tree and warrior III. Explore the balance of effort and ease, preparing you to flow through today with sharp focus and great balance.
Start your morning by connecting to your breath, body and intention. Wake up with flowing, opening movements including pincha mayurasana, then finish with a brief mediation. Even ten minutes can make a huge difference to the day ahead.
Loosen up your shoulders and hips, then strengthen your core and back with this class designed for yogis who work desk jobs. First unwind the tight spots that tend to keep you bound up and hunched over with warming sun salutations. Then shift your focus to strengthening the muscle groups that support good posture (like your core and your upper, mid and lower back) with sequencing that includes warrior III, triangle and pigeon. Props Needed: A block and a strap.
Spring is here, and so is the opportunity to shed your winter skin. This flow focuses on your ability to fully bloom! Poses such as bird of paradise, garland and compass pose (with a few balance challenges) will be offered to symbolize this awesome season of rebirth, reinvention and rising to your full potential.
A well rounded, full-bodied practice to get you glowing and ready to take on anything. Experience less instruction and more straight up flow. Start right away with a lunge sequence to open your thighs and hips. Use the heat created from a warrior II sequence to fire up a few backbend options, like shalabasana (locust) and urdhva dhanurasana (wheel). Practice headstand or choose dolphin as an alternative. Rest in savasana, get up, and go!
This powerful class will challenge you to stabilize your core by working your lower belly against the movement of your legs. Dynamic work helps anchor your core in a sequence that includes standing postures, deep twists and balancing poses. Bring awareness to your belly in all the postures throughout your flow, to refine alignment and build more strength and stability. Props Needed: Two blocks and a strap.
Ready to spice up your surya A's and B's? In this creative sequence you'll move through classic sun salutations while layering in some serious core strengthening. If you’re short on time, but want to multi-task by adding a little core work into the surya mix, welcome to your new go-to class.
This practice is all about kicking up into handstand with one leg. Challenge yourself by kicking with your leg in a bent-knee position instead of the typical L-pose. Expect a heat-building flow featuring hamstring openers and core work, along with shoulder strengtheners and openers. If you're newer to handstand practice, this is for you! Props Suggested: A block.
Your go-to practice when you need a solid, briskly-paced yoga flow that covers all the bases in a short amount of time. This challenging standing sequence is designed to get you moving, while opening your hamstrings, side body, spine, quads, chest and hips. You'll work up a sweat and leave your mat glowing.
Advance your practice and explore the fundamental yogic principles of attention, balance and cultivation. Practice these elements with a well-rounded vinyasa, starting with a centering meditation that flows into half sun salutations, revolved side angle and warrior sequencing. Fold deep into seated forward bends, reclined hip openers and savasana. Allow yourself to move beyond physical alignment and focus on your energy, to feel a deeper sense of peace and rejuvenation. Props Suggested: Two blocks.
Train your endurance with the consistent flow of this strengthening practice. Targeted sequencing and verbal cueing will help access more flexibility in your calves, hamstrings, quadriceps, hip flexors, glutes and shoulders. Flow into upward facing bow before concluding with a restorative "legs up the wall" or longer savasana, allowing some time to rest and recover. A great practice for athletes of all varieties to create more range of motion where you need it most. Props Suggested: A block and a strap.
A fun, continuous flow for when you're short on time. Play with plenty of creative hip, arm and abdominal work in this class that will keep you moving and challenged. A dynamic hip and core sequence starts you off, to prepare you to move with integrity and strength. Includes outside-the-box variations on side plank, fallen triangle, digasana and ustrasana. End your practice with some brief twists.

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