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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.

Find your strength as a woman when you're feeling disempowered. Move past fear and remember your unique talents and gifts. Flow slowly and mindfully through lunges and twists, challenge your balance in warrior III, then luxuriate in supported goddess pose on your back. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: Two blocks.
The saying goes, you have to crawl before you walk. This is definitely true of inversions. Create the strength you need to go upside down with poses like plank and dolphin, learning to find stability and space in your shoulders and chest throughout. Don't worry if you don't have an existing inversion practice! No full inversions will be taught, just preparatory work and a demonstration. Props Needed: A block.
Create balance with a flow that begins with dynamic, warming yang postures and ends with more passive, cooling yin. After a brief warm up, flow through sun salutations with plank and pike variations, then come down to your mat for soothing forward folds, bridge pose, and supine twists. You'll work your core, improve your flexibility, and find internal equilibrium. Props Needed: A blanket and a block. Props Suggested: A strap.
We do so much for our muscles, minds and even spiritual selves, but the command center of the body - our nervous system - is often overlooked. It's like filling your car with gas and not changing the oil. This practice will revitalize this critical system through viloma breathwork, flowing postures that guide the nerves, and a long supported sequence on your back. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: A bolster, a strap, a block and another blanket.
When you have a brief window to practice, you want to make it count. This class will hit all the marks in a short amount of time. Jump right in with a few sun salutations, then flow through warrior, triangle and half moon variations. Rock it out with a few rounds of bow pose, then bring it back down with supta gomukhasana and a quick savasana.
Slow down and enjoy a relaxing full body stretch. Begin in hero with your toes tucked, then flow through a juicy sequence including side bends, forward folds, and front body stretches in locust and half frog. Come down to the mat for pigeon and supta sukhasana, then settle in for a nice long savasana. Props Needed: Two blocks.
Pack a strong practice into a short amount of time with this mix of powerful asanas. Begin on your back to enjoy the quiet before the storm of this sequence of challenging poses. Expect a good dose of hip strengthening and opening, a sprinkling of arm balances and inversion options, as well as backbends and seated folds to top it all off.
Many people have chronic tension in their shoulders and neck due to long days in front of their computers and devices. This balanced practice will both target and help prevent that discomfort by reformatting the way you use your upper body. Featuring lunge salutations with shoulder-openers, locust pose and bound versions of triangle and half moon, you'll strengthen your shoulders, release tension throughout your upper body, and learn to position your head in a way that puts less stress on your neck.
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."

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