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Give inversions a whirl with this flow centered around getting upside down. But no need to be an inversion master, this class encourages experimentation and play. You’ll work your shoulders, core and legs, then get some air time with forearm stand and handstand.
At times, it seems like life can get the best of you, leaving you feeling overwhelmed, wound up, and stressed out. This sequence combines decompressing breathwork with a steady flow aimed at the tightest, most troublesome spots in your body. Expect shoulder, upper back, and deep hip releases that include twists, wild thing and legs up the wall. Conclude with savasana and a guided relaxation, allowing your inner calm to flow.
When you’re feeling frisky and really need to get into your hips, spine and shoulders, this non-stop mandala style (using all edges of the mat) class is for you. It’s a blend of all the classic hip and heart favorites with variations on lizard, pigeon, gomukhasana (cow face), standing splits and wheel, including a funky bird of paradise variation. Use the warmth created within your body through constant movement to melt into these poses.
Loosen up your shoulders and hips, then strengthen your core and back with this class designed for yogis who work desk jobs. First unwind the tight spots that tend to keep you bound up and hunched over with warming sun salutations. Then shift your focus to strengthening the muscle groups that support good posture (like your core and your upper, mid and lower back) with sequencing that includes variations of locust and bow.
As climbers we often develop imbalances in flexibility and mobility in the legs. The goal of this class is to help identify these imbalances so you can keep yourself climbing strong. Hold each pose for five breaths as you address your overworked arms to help reduce tightness.
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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.
Everyone feels drained from time to time. No matter the reason, it’s so important to regularly make time to refill your own cup and take care of yourself. Relax into a gentle flow with restorative postures that will ease your body and calm your mind. Stretch out your entire body as you practice subtle breathwork within each posture, finishing with legs up the wall pose before relaxing into a blissed out savasana.
Charge up your entire body! This vigorous flow is designed to get into all the compartments of your shoulders, hips, legs and core. Work your way through standing twists and balance pose variations, leading up to bird of paradise. Practice a quick arm balance before calming everything down with seated twists and deep hip stretches. Class end with a brief savasana and offers the option to stay longer.
Start with some easy, sweeping movements then, once calmed, settle into more restorative postures before finishing with a guided meditation and final rest. This not-so-sweaty sequence will clear out your hips and hamstrings any time you need to shake off a bit of excess energy and bring your attention home.

 

 

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