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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.

Using props, help release any blocked energy stuck around your pelvis, specifically around your sacrum. Expect a great amount of time on your back with this practice focused on relaxing and restoring. Utilizing the props for support, move into gentle backbends and poses like supta padangusthasana. Work on opening your sacrum, hamstrings and get into your hips and side body. Come back to this class any time you feel tight or congested in your pelvis. Props Needed: A block and a strap.
2 15 Dice Iida-Klein
Burn up sleepiness, or tamas, and clear out stagnation of breath, thoughts and emotions with this energizing practice. Elevate your intention with a playful flow of liquid dance-like asana, moving through alignment-based postures that include ardha hanumanasana, half pigeon, standing splits and balance poses. Conclude with a restorative savasana and hands in mudra for meditation. A wonderful morning practice to uplift and elevate yourself when you need energy and focus.
Practice Focus: Morning
2 60 Claire Missingham
Let this Valentine’s Day practice be the beginning of your own cherishing. Move and groove with the reminder that self-love is paramount if you want to extend love to others authentically. Flow into a heartwarming series of postures that include lizard, ardha chandrasana and navasana. Challenge yourself with akarna dhanurasana and dolphin, then cool down with a contemplative virasana. Check-in with the unsung inventory of your own awesomeness! Props Suggested: A strap and a block.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
2 30 Giselle Mari
Forward folds are symbolic of the idea of "coming home." Find your inner strength and come home to yourself with this flow focused on forward folds and balance. Practice standing, seated, and reclined forward folding motions to open your posterior body, flowing into standing poses like bird of paradise and a funky pyramid variation called "roadrunner." Move on to strengthening arm balances, concluding with savasana. A challenging practice that engages your whole body!
2 90 Taylor Harkness
How can you get the most potent attention in all the right places in just a few minutes? Take a swift tour of what is most essential in your practice, stretching and strengthening your whole body with a floating vinyasa sequence. Move through sun salutations, engaging your bandhas, peaking practice with headstand or dolphin. Conclude seated, bringing your attention to your breath, taking a moment to rest in savasana.
2 10 Jodi Blumstein
Love is the birthplace of your well spring of compassion and holds the key to your healing. Fear is learned, but love is your truest and most authentic state. Practice a flow that leaves your body in a state of bliss and your spirit recharged. In this energizing sequence, practice challenging arm balances, working with chapasana and eka pada galavasana variations on blocks. Find your strength, face your fears and return to love! Props Needed: Two blocks.
2-3 60 Chelsey Korus
Manage your physical and mental discomfort by bringing your focus to your body with this practice. Move through this flow to anchor your attention to the present moment and mitigate your mind’s tendency to spin out of control. Practice a sequence of sun salutations, standing postures, twists and an inversion, moving with intentional transitional movements between the postures. Maintain steady breathing throughout and allow your mind to reframe back to a balanced state. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Stress Reduction
2 45 Jason Crandell
Start your engines! You are going to build heat through using dancing monkey (hop-switch) instead of traditional vinyasa. Stay on the monkey theme with standing splits, regular splits, and toying with hops towards handstand. Continue your splits play as you tip upside down with headstand and some fun leg variations before cooling off with a few forward folds and hip openers. Find savasana to conclude and walk away with a smile on your face. Props Needed: Two blocks.
Practice Focus: Hamstrings
2 45 Kathryn Budig
Short on time but need some love in your hips? This is the perfect class for you! Great if you have been sitting all day or if you want to warm up your hips before a longer full-body practice. Begin with fun hip circles to get the apana vayu (downward flowing energy) moving. Use lunges and saddle pose to open even more through your lower body. Feel more grounded and free in your lower body.
Practice Focus: Hip Opener & Hips
2 15 Stephanie Snyder
Flowin' - combination of strength combined with stretchy and speckled with sweat. It's that gold duration where you feel like you are not crunched for time, but you get a solid break to romance your practice. Expect constant movement with the exception of the opening and end, giving yourself just enough time to breath and release. Nothing super fancy, just the classics sequenced creatively. Walk away feeling balanced and complete.
2 30 Kathryn Budig
Tired? Jet-lagged? Uncomfortable in your body? Shift your energy by moving your body! Snap out of your funk with this easy-going, smooth moving flow. Practice a simple, rhythmic sequencing of postures that include lunges, standing postures, mild backbends and an accessible, supported version of handstand. A great practice when you want to lighten up and don't want anything too heavy handed, but enough movement to shift your energy and elevate your mood. Props Suggested: Wall space.
Practice Focus: Energy
1-2 20 Jason Crandell
Gain a greater understanding of how your arm bones are built to hold you up just like your legs do everyday. In this precisely sequenced flow, focus on dynamic straight arm balances and practice the necessary tools to hold postures like plank, crane, and lolasana. Heat up with scapular push-ups, working on wrist flexibility, shoulder and core awareness. Have fun building confidence and strength into your entire body! Props Needed: Two blocks and a blanket.
Practice Focus: Arms
2 30 Chelsey Korus

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