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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.

Apana is one of five pranavayus, moving energy down into the earth. Move through a steady grounding flow highlighted with rounds of kapalabhati (breathwork) and lion’s roar to help you clear out tension and toxins. Begin with a warming sequence of happy baby variations, flowing into sun salutations, garudasana, arm balances and gentle twists. Help eliminate stress and stagnation physically and mentally and finish feeling lighter and clear. Props Needed: A block.
Practice Focus: Breath
2-3 60 Annie Carpenter
When sitting at your computer has got the better of you, pop this class on for an invigorating break. Practice a flow of backbends and twists that rinse and cleanse the channels of your pranic flow. Move through poses like hanumanasana, bow and dancer pose, using a strap for deeper accessibility. Get your blood flowing again and leave recharged, ready to tackle the rest of your day. Props Suggested: A strap.
Practice Focus: Workplace
2-3 15 Claire Missingham
Douse the flames of your everyday hustle with a challenging, yet fluid practice that blends long, dancing sequences of backbends and hip stretches. This flow is deep and smooth, focusing on grace and surrender rather than effort and strength. Although like water in pace, this is not a cooling practice. Work your entire body with twists, backbends, core work and balancing postures before melting into longer held poses, hip opening with pigeon and savasana. Props Suggested: A block.
2-3 45 Taylor Harkness
Revel in the feeling of being embodied through a soothing and delicious sequence that won’t make you work too hard. There will be no long holds, no backbends, or arm balances - just the delicious poses - calming sun salutations, stretchy hip and shoulder openers, a few side bends and tranquil forward bends. A great class to use on days when you crave movement but getting to your mat is hard. Props Suggested: A blanket.
1-2 30 Amy Ippoliti
Practice a progression of postures that prepare your entire body in a complete and effective way for backbends. Begin with a warming flow of sun salutations, then move on to a methodical approach to postures like cobra, camel and upward bow. A moderate, accessible pace will allow you to move and breath without feeling rushed. Practicing this sequence regularly can help you gain body awareness to make progress in all of your backbends. Props suggested: A strap.
Practice Focus: Backbends
1-2 60 Jason Crandell
Short, sweet and to the point! This class is for you to jump right in, create circulation and get moving quickly. Begin standing on your mat, moving through a quick, continuous flow of postures and dynamic yoga-inspired cardio exercises that get your blood pumping. Hold the last pose, savasana, for as long as you like. Great anytime you're short on time and need a quick shot of mental and physical rejuvenation.
Practice Focus: Energy
1-2 10 Tiffany Cruikshank
Practice a dynamic sequence of fluid movements to coax and romance your iliotibial band. A part of your body you may love to hate, this mellow flow hopes to change your mind about this band of connective tissue. Move through a series of engaging leg postures to stretch and strengthen your (IT) band and its partner muscles. Practice unwinding and releasing, giving a little love back to your body. Props Needed: A strap. Props Suggested: A blanket and two blocks.
Practice Focus: IT Band
1-2 30 Giselle Mari
A great practice for when times are busy, whether its holiday, work, family or all of the above. Clear out fatigue and increase energy in a smooth flow with gentle cross lateral heart openers to bring you back to center. Increase clear grounded energy with poses like danurasana and ustrasana and release tension with poses like forward folding hip openers.
2 45 Stephanie Snyder
Wring out the cold and invite warmth into your body with this practice. Begin in child's pose to stretch and lengthen your whole body. Move through a cat/cow cycle, flowing into a downward dog and plank sequence to warm your core. Practice a heating vinyasa flow that includes twisted lunge and pigeon, with a focus on releasing your outer hips. Open your front body with an upright pigeon variation, concluding practice with gentle twists.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2 20 Annie Carpenter
The meaning of the word 'ha-tha' is sun and moon. Begin your practice with a fast flow of sun-based postures to build heat and warmth including hip-openers, core work, backbends, and shoulder-openers. Then dive into a cool ocean of floor-based hip work, forward bends, and quiet inversions, with an inward focus on your lunar energy. Bring awareness to your inner sun and moon with this balancing practice.
2 45 Claire Missingham
A fun and powerful flow focused on balance of all types! Begin with heat building sun salutations, moving through a series of arm balances, handstand prep/kick ups and standing one-legged balances. Take time to play with handstand, if that's in your practice. Conclude with a short and sweet seated meditation to allow all your hard work to settle. Turn to this class whenever you need a challenging shift back to balance. Props Suggested: Two blocks and a strap.
Practice Focus: Standing Balance
2-3 30 Taylor Harkness
This practice is all about arm balances. Come to your mat ready to sweat! Navigate through a flow series that allows you to experience eka pada koundinyasana 1 and 2, bakasana, parsva bakasana, eka pada bakasana, mayurasana and even some one-handed variations. Work your core, upper body and open up your hamstrings and hips. Conclude with twisting it out. Expect to work hard and play hard in this class. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Arm Balances
2-3 45 Dice Iida-Klein

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