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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.

Build strength with this short yet potent sequence that works your arms and core. Practice four variations of bakasana (crow) in a flow that also includes an activating navasana (boat) and lunges. Move through supine, seated and revolved crow variations before peaking with eka pada bakasana (one-footed crow).
2-3 10 Jason Crandell
Stoke your internal fire with this active flow inspired by floga, the Greek word for flame. You’ll heat up with warriors, crescent, locust, and hints of handstand (think hop-ups). Challenging poses will be kept at bay, but movement will be constant and your energy will be strong, focused, and meditative. Expect to sweat in this empowering vinyasa sequence you can come back to daily.
2 30 Kathryn Budig
Shake off the dust and shine with a flow that will wake you up from within! Get your energy going with a more advanced warm up, then move into wild thing, virabhadrasana III (warrior III), ustrasana (camel), and urdhva dhanurasana (wheel). Stretch your hip flexors, strengthen your back muscles, and get your prana circulating with this sequence focused on backbends. You’ll bring radiance to your whole being throughout this compact class.
2-3 30 Stephanie Snyder
Sometimes too much focus on alignment can create stress. With no strict cues, this short and sweet practice will get things moving and help release any tension you may be holding on to. Jump into a heart-opening warmup then flow into strong standing postures, core work and twists, finishing with seated hip openers.
2 30 Dice Iida-Klein
Get ready to switch things up! In yoga, poses are typically started on the right side (considered masculine or 'of the sun’). In this practice you’ll harmonize both sides by starting every pose on the left (considered feminine or 'of the moon'). Flow through a dynamic sequence of standing balances, inversions, hip openers and arm balances to sharpen your mental acuity and call in more feminine moon energy - whether you’re a woman or a man! Props Suggested: A strap and a blanket.
2 30 Amy Ippoliti
Resist pressing the fast-forward button on your life and open to the uniqueness of each moment. Building in intensity from seated shoulder and chest openers to crescent side plank vinyasas, continue to let the heat grow in a methodical and meditative way. Dolphin pose adds strength to your upper body, with peacock prep poses (hip openers) sprinkled throughout. A challenging standing balance sequence follows, finishing with lotus and arm balance play. Props Suggested: A strap and a blanket.
2-3 60 Jo Tastula
Triathletes, this practice is designed with your muscles in mind. The sequencing aims to open up tight spots for better range of motion, mental focus and clarity. While especially helpful for muscular thighs and calves, this class also addresses the upper body. Include this in your regular conditioning, and you'll feel more supple and ready to take yourself to the next level. Props Needed: A blanket and a block.
Practice Focus: Cross Train
1-2 10 Claire Missingham
There's no route to advanced postures that doesn't include repetition, and this class is no exception! Begin seated in virasana as you warm up your upper body before moving into warming surya namaskars. Flow into a sequence that challenges your whole body with core work, warrior postures, standing balances, arm balances and hip openers, with opportunities to go deeper and bind. Advanced practitioners, this is your time to step it up!
2-3 30 Jason Crandell
Go back to basics with this classic flow that never goes out of style. Find comfort with a sequence of poses that you know and love, playing with fun variations. Engage your shoulders and open up your hips with postures like warrior II, triangle, malasana and double pigeon. Dynamic movements throughout encourage greater body awareness. Give yourself the gift of goodness and make this your new go-to class. Props Needed: Two blocks and a strap.
1-2 60 Kathryn Budig
A faster-paced flow to awaken your body and get your energy moving. With standing poses woven throughout, this quick moving sequence will work your legs and core with parsvottanasana, parivrtta trikonasana, side plank variations and wild thing. A great class for when you're short on time, but still want to get a solid practice in.
2-3 15 Stephanie Snyder
This soothing practice is perfect for days when you feel anxious or stressed out, but still want to move. Help induce a sense of relaxation by flowing through a series of standing poses, using breath-based movements to ease yourself toward an extended exhalation. The repetitive moving sequences will help increase your body's circulation and inspire calm. A great class to decompress with after a long day.
1-2 30 Tiffany Cruikshank
Get yourself ready for a restful sleep through a series of calming and encouraging forward bends, as well as hip opening poses with a little bit of flow in between. Let go of the day's weight as you sink in to your breath and body. Do this class in your pajamas and maybe even take savasana in your bed. Have a good night's sleep so you can start tomorrow off with energy and focus. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Evening
1-2 30 Amy Ippoliti

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