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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.

Find the stillness at the center of the tornado in this flow class designed to challenge you. Stay in your center of this fast-paced sequence that twists and turns in every direction. Sun salutations, standing poses, arm balances, hip openers and creative transitions converge into a perfect storm. Yoga mimics life. Through this practice, you can increase your ability to hold your center and as skillfully as possible to navigate the turbulence.
3 45 Noah Maze
Explore fluidity and contemplate both physical and subtle attributes of water such as sensuality and creativity. Practice embodying these dynamic and active qualities with fluid flow sequence (shakti) and static holds (shiva). Build intensity as you move from simple vinyasas to warrior vinyasas and goddess pose with spiral movements in your torso. Revitalizing backbends with full wheel and juicy hip openers like skandasana into temple pose and pigeon to finish your practice before savasana.
Practice Focus: Hip Opener & Hips
2 60 Jo Tastula
Are you looking to establish serenity and stillness yet strength and ease? This even-paced alignment based practice can bring a sense of calm and steadiness as you move through postures with good attention to breath. Allow for more body awareness, engaging your spine in all directions and getting deeper into your back and shoulders. A great all around class for any time of day! Props Needed: A block and a strap.
2 30 Claire Missingham
Immersing into postures that will stretch your edges and leave you enlivened and supple. Breathe through deep seated asanas that invigorate your hips and hamstrings, allowing more freedom of movement for your lower back and body. Hang out in pigeon pose as well as lizard lunge variations and marichyasana. Cool down with half happy baby before resting in a brief savasana. Walk away feeling a sense of overall space and grounding. Props Needed: A block and a strap.
Practice Focus: Hip Opener & Hips
2 30 Claudine Lafond
A strong, complete flow practice with minimum instructions and maximum impact. Begin with warming rounds of surya namaskar A, moving into warrior variations and bound side angle while maintaining focus on your breath. Flow into bakasana, ardha chandra chapasana and inversions, concluding with a backbend and supine twist. Take a savasana on your own if time allows. A great all-around challenging practice when you're short on time. Press play and let’s do this!
Practice Focus: Breath
2-3 15 Jason Crandell
A practice inspired by Kathryn's favorite sequence when at home and short on time. Great if you want a bit of everything, enjoy this energizing yet gentle class. Open your front body before moving into a quick blast of core work. Use warrior I into side plank and wild thing to sustain some heat, and warrior II for strengthening your lower body. A quick camel pose concludes your practice. Walk away feeling fully balanced. Props Needed: Two blocks.
2 15 Kathryn Budig
A hip focused flow founded on stimulating and accessing your creativity. Learn about the 2nd chakra, the space associated with creativity, through poses like bridge with hip variations, warrior II and ardha chandrasana. Fly in bakasana and root down in goddess pose. Hit all major muscle groups as you focus on your creative desires. Expect to open up, sweat and work hard, with a juicy cool down sequence to release your hips and back body.
Practice Focus: Hip Opener, Chakras & Hips
2 60 Stephanie Snyder
Maintain tip-top climbing shape with this cross training class! Designed to keep you strong and active when you take a break from the rocks, this sequence will get your whole body moving and engaged. More traditional postures will be practiced, with challenges offered to promote strength and flexibility. Flow includes utthita parsvakonasana, leg strengtheners, arm balances and backbends. Stay agile and well conditioned during your time off of climbing. Props Suggested: A block.
Practice Focus: Climbing
2 15 Taylor Harkness
When you're off the rock, get on your mat! Keep your body active during your time off of climbing with this cross training flow. Warm up with sun salutations A and B, moving into revolved triangle, side angle, navasana and bridge to promote active circulation in your whole body. Designed to keep your arms, legs and torso strong and encourage stability, power and health to your muscles and joints.
Practice Focus: Climbing
1-2 30 Olivia Hsu
A mindful practice to build a baseline of flexibility and mobility for climbers. Work on increasing your flexibility and range of movement which will translate to the rock. Warm up with sun salutations and learn the basics of poses like triangle, side angle, butterfly and bridge that target the areas that generally get tight for climbers - shoulders, neck, hips, and legs. A great way to open up and bring more freedom to your climbing.
Practice Focus: Climbing
1 30 Olivia Hsu
The third pranavayu, samana, balances apana and prana. Samana is the middle breath, circular in nature, designed to help you assimilate and digest. Welcome the fire of samana with a quickly-paced practice building balance in your front and back body and activating your core. Begin with supine twists and upavistha konasana, moving on to vasisthasana, revolved chair and navasana. Embrace your self-discipline while helping your body cleanse and release with this invigorating class. Props Needed: A block.
2 30 Annie Carpenter
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

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