Oct 17, 2020
Hop right to it in this steady, strong flow with lots to play with. The idea is to respectfully access deep inner reserves.
Expect: Locust vinyasas, side plank variations, balancing, eagle, koundinyasana arm balance, forearm stand, pincha, splits, wheel, drop back and stand up
How are you doing?
This class offers some handstand practice in the midst of mindful flowing. It also visits with forearm stand, side plank, pigeon, and backbends.
In this backbendy practice, you’ll build responsibly and fluidly toward a pinnacle shape, king dancer (Natarajasana). You’ll visit with “flip the grip,” a way to bring your foot toward your head, from all fours and then in pigeon pose before finally executing it in dancer.… Read More “King Dancer”
This flow breaks the rules, eschewing conventional structure & beginning with a totally intuitive warm-up. It progresses into out-of-the-box sequences that make use of binds and leg & hip openers. You are led into Bird of Paradise, an accessible arm balance, forearm stand, spinal movements and the gamut.… Read More “Feel Amazing”
This flow progresses patiently into its pinnacle pose, Vasisthasana B (Side Plank B), beginning with smart, accessible shapes that prepare you to enter the full posture. You’ll visit a central sequence several times, deepening it and adding to the challenge with each pass.… Read More “Side Plank B”
Compass Pose asks for suppleness in the hips, hamstrings and heart. This class prepares your body for the comfortable expression of this glorious shape. Compass Pose also reminds us to listen to our deepest inner wisdom, sharpening our capacity to act according to intuitive knowing.… Read More “Compass Pose”
This yoga class responsibly prepares you to enter the backbend King Pigeon.
It is a well-rounded class that places special emphasis on opening your heart and your hips.