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Yoga Conditioning

A blend of traditional yoga and dynamic strength training

Blends traditional yoga with dynamic strength training for increased cardiovascular fitness, agility and body confidence. Featuring resistance training and high intensity intervals, yoga conditioning builds stamina, enhances range of motion, and improves aerobic capacity.

Move with mindfulness through strong and fluid yoga conditioning cycles that target all the major muscles in your body. You'll move up, down and all around your mat, working up a sweat as you tone your core, glutes, quads and arms. These dynamic intervals are purposefully designed to train the entire body as a whole so you can be thorough and efficient with your time.
This well-rounded flow will access all aspects of your hips and hamstrings. Build a little heat with sun salutations, loosen up with lateral leg lifts and hip circles, then ease your way towards ardha chandra chapasana and a deep stretch in hanumanasana. You'll explore both internal and external movement and get into all three hamstring muscles. A great class for experienced yogis to give their lower body some love.
Get ready to break a sweat with this High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Vinyasa Flow fusion! Warm up with a dynamic flow, power through three rounds of HIIT, then marinate in the prana you've created with a final vinyasa sequence. Expect rocket squats, lunge kicks, burpees and mountain climbers. You'll give an all-out effort, then sink into a well-earned savasana and finish feeling fierce with lion's breath. Props Suggested: A towel.
There are many parallels between the exercises in cross training circuit sessions and yoga. Why settle for one? Blend the best of both worlds! Start warming up with traditional surya namaskars, moving on to create a yoga circuit blending challenging training moves with asanas. Workout with dynamic plank variations, jumping jacks, squats, pikes and bridge. Open up your shoulders, strengthen your core and power up your entire body. Be ready to sweat! Props Needed: Two blocks.
You’re going to love this upper body burner! Aimed at sculpting your chest, shoulders, arms and core, this sequence plays with a creative and active chaturanga-based flow. You can even ditch your mat! If you have hardwood floors or tile, you’ll want to have socks on for this class. If you have carpet, try two paper plates under your feet, as you’ll need them to slide into action. Flow ends with well-earned restorative stretches. Props Needed: Two blocks.
Get out of your head and get moving with this athletic, continuous sequence. Explore new movement patterns in a series of dynamic plank variations, including vasisthasana to keep you on your toes. Next, move into standing balance poses that alternate between rhythmic movements and holds, to help create circulation while working up a sweat. Challenge your focus with dolphin hop-ups, backbends, core work, leg strengtheners and hip stretches, using wall support in a creative way. Conclude with twists and savasana. Props Needed: Wall space.
Deeply engage your hips, glutes and inner groin muscles with a sequence that begins in supta baddha konasana (reclining bound angle), then moves on to a quick dose of core work and postures like pigeon, lizard and frog. A great class when you're looking to open up your lower body and improve flexibility. Props Suggested: A block.
Designed with triathletes in mind, this class will have you focusing on your all-important core, helping create strength and agility in activities like swimming, biking and running. Flow through a dynamic series of poses and exercises that engage your abdominals, glutes, hamstrings and side body. Conclude with full body stretches, a gentle twist and child's pose. A great practice for cross-training athletes, or anytime you want to workout like one!
Sides of your legs feeling tight? Stretch and strengthen your iliotibial (I.T.) band while sneaking in some core work with this compact sequence. Begin supine with strap supported postures, warming up your lateral core with side body stretches. Then move on to forward folds, hip openers and standing balances that include eka pada utkatasana. Conclude back down on your mat with gentle twists and savasana, feeling the delicious effects of your practice. Props Suggested: A strap.
A steady flow class bringing subtleties of the shoulder and core stabilizers into a movement based practice, building refined strength, stability and mobility. Begin with isolated core and shoulder work to clarify the muscular support here. Move into inverted poses to feel your strength and standing asanas to build heat and shoulder awareness simultaneously. Tap into this focused awareness as you move through dynamic variations that allow you to move more efficiently and powerfully. Props Needed: A block.
Short, sweet and to the point! This class is for you to jump right in, create circulation and get moving quickly. Begin by standing on your mat, moving through a quick, continuous flow of postures and dynamic yoga-inspired cardio exercises that get your blood pumping. Hold the last pose, savasana, for as long as you like. This practice is great anytime you're short on time and need a quick shot of mental and physical rejuvenation.
This practice is all about your shoulders. Using plank pose as your primary focus, navigate through quick shoulder and core strengtheners followed by fun opening variations. Starting with downward dog, move quickly through powerful strengthening poses as you workout your shoulders and arms. Hold the last pose in the sequence, gomukhasana, to achieve a greater opening in your shoulders. Power up your shoulders and arms while building heat with this short and intense practice.

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