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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.

There isn't a one-size-fits-all when it comes to asana. Move through a selection of poses multiple times, giving you an opportunity to explore each shape with space to make adjustments. Flow with a focus on discovering how your body wants to uniquely move. With alignment cues and brief pauses to feel your way through each pose, tune into your body's wisdom to safely guide you into warrior poses, triangle, side angle and pigeon.
1-2 45 Sara Clark
Break through the darkness and sever your ties to the habits that bind you! Learn about the goddess, Kali, as you move through a soulful, rhythmic and awakening namaskar series that leads into some longer-held asanas for a change in perspective. Feel fierce, yet graceful in arm balances, one legged pincha mayurasana, and hanumanasana supported with blocks. See how lessons are learned in moments of challenge, as you discover the light and beauty that is always around you.
2 20 Claire Missingham
Visualize the central energy channel of your spine (sushumna) as a luminous river of light. This practice will focus on that river's edges by opening and strengthening the sides of your body. You'll fire up your obliques right away, then move through a warrior sequence that will get your energy flowing. Use this steady practice to illuminate to your day!
Practice Focus: Side Body
2 20 Stephanie Snyder
The alignment of your physical and subtle bodies creates a powerful inward pull. Practice a class designed to facilitate this drawing inward of your energy, in order to experience a state of yoga, a state of grace. Class begins with a dynamic lower body sequence, followed by hip-opening postures with longer exhales, drawing your attention ever deeper toward your inner source.
Practice Focus: Hips & Hip Opener
2-3 30 Kia Miller
A crisp, clean sun salutation flow. Surya namaskar A is the perfect companion for the morning, just after waking and before meditation. Sync your body, breath and mind to open the pranic body with rhythm and ease. Outside of the first salutation, very little alignment instruction is given - just breathe and flow. Greet your day with namaste!
Practice Focus: Morning
2 15 Marc Holzman
With busy schedules and never-ending to-do lists, there are so many reasons to rush through your day. This practice is designed to break the habit of rushing and leave you feeling grounded. Steady does it as you flow through a balanced, all-around sequence and focus on mindfully feeling your body align, thus supporting the balance of tasks when this class ends and your day continues. Props Suggested: A block.
2 30 Sara Clark
Charge up your entire body! This vigorous flow is designed to get into all the compartments of your shoulders, hips, legs and core. Work your way through standing twists and balance pose variations, leading up to bird of paradise. Practice a quick arm balance before calming everything down with seated twists and deep hip stretches. Class end with a brief savasana and offers the option to stay longer. Props Suggested: A strap and a block.
2 45 Taylor Harkness
Trigger your inner strength and feel inspired from deep within. Expect an ample amount of core work offered with opportunities to laugh (that means even more core work!), and tools to give you confidence and strength within your mind and body. Dance with several plank and navasana variations, oblique work and a few creative, less traditional approaches. Be inspired to your core! That's your goal. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Abs & Core Strength
2 30 Kathryn Budig
Fire up your body and snap your mind into focus! This nonstop practice gets straight to work with steady repetitions of forearm planks, bridge dips and crunch variations. You'll quickly build heat in your abs and glutes, then finish with a brief cool down. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Abs, Buttock & Core Strength
2 10 Stephanie Snyder
Create support from the inside out with a sequence that focuses on the cultivation of energy in your core. This core intelligence supports you physically in your posture and energetically in your presence. Mentally, you refine and stabilize, allowing you to become more powerful and connected. You'll begin supine to establish a connection with your core, then slowly build through standing poses, working up to adho mukha vrksasana (handstand) at the wall. Props Needed: Wall space.
Practice Focus: Abs & Core Strength
2 45 Kia Miller
A well-rounded flow to get your day started off right! A little bit of yoga goes a long way when you're short on time. Begin with cat/cow, flowing into a warming sequence that includes energizing leg strengtheners, balance postures and twists. Get into your body and spark your energy first thing in the morning, so you can move towards the light in life. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Morning
1-2 30 Amy Ippoliti
This class gets straight to the point! There will be much less chatting and a lot more moving, offering an experience of meditative motion. Designed for the more experienced practitioner, this continuous flow requires that you have a good understanding of your own range of motion and alignment. Begin with warming surya namaskars before moving through a series of postures that include ardha chandrasana (half moon), natarajasana (king dancer) and eka pada galavasana (flying pigeon). Props Suggested: A block, a blanket and a strap.
2-3 20 Giselle Mari

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