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mobility

Feb 7, 2021

Grab two blocks for this class that emphasizes hip flexor, hamstring & shoulder opening. If you’re not a fan of precise, thorough cuing, this may not be your class (!).

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simmer

Jan 31, 2021

Cover some territory in this simmery class. Efficiently warm the major joints before exploring bigger angles, like split, chinstand, and one-legged handstand press practice (from a block).

Love to read your comments btw!

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wholesome

Jan 24, 2021

Healing is in the air this week. Start with a 10-min pose offered to send a rest signal to the psoas, back & brain. At 10 mins, movement begins.

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potential

Jan 17, 2021

Hi friends, This one felt great to make, and I hope it feels just as amazing for you. When I got to savasana, I felt like I could stay there forever, sipping the Beyond.
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float

Jan 3, 2021

We explore themes of radiance and strength in this week’s practice, beginning with core work and traipsing into handstand press walks, twists, and creative prone heart opening.

I’d love to hear how you do with it!

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a great exhale

Dec 27, 2020

We exhale 2020 and use every muscle in the body to do it. Start with some serious wrist care and core work, and then fire the muscles of pressing — with headstand, forearm stand and wall-handstand pressing.

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side body love

Dec 20, 2020

This practice addresses some of your sore QLs, as a couple of you described. The Quadratus Lumborum are two muscles that lie deep in your flank area — sort of a back muscle, sort of a core muscle.

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visvamitrasana

Dec 13, 2020

Despite the mellow tone, we cover quite a bit of territory in this week’s practice! From Nauli to forearm stand to a challenging arm balance transition we open & strengthen from the inside out.

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mellow healing

Dec 5, 2020

We have a mellow flow this week that focuses on opening the shoulders and hips. Enjoy this sweet and feel-good practice. Stay in touch!

Expect: shoulders, mobility, flexion, side angle variation, transitions, moderate, hips, gomukasana, pigeon, lizard variation, prone shoulders, prone insect

How are you doing?

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Agni – Digestion

Nov 29, 2020

Call upon metaphorical Agni to ignite your digestive fire. Rev up metabolism and –even better– facilitate transformation from the inside out w/ twists, binds, and balances. Find a fun & surprisingly accessible handstand pike practice at the wall.

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in the heart

June 21, 2020

Beginning with kapalabhati breathing and a respectful opening, we move into a strong, heart-opening practice that takes advantage of this hemisphere’s warmth. Keeping in mind that there is no moment when yoga is not available, we move through challenging arm balance sequencing with hearts wide open and a childlike sense of play.

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root & kriya

Jan 10, 2021

Two blocks and a blanket will be handy in this multidisciplinary class, where we begin with pelvic floor-emphasizing Kundalini-style kriyas. Proceed into wrist care before diving into a flow.

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nadi rinse

Nov 22, 2020

Get the weight of the world off your shoulders with this energetically cleansing practice. Breathe space to clear out the major nadis — side bodies and central channel — with twisting, extra-deep folds, hip work, pike hops & heart openers.

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backbends

Nov 14, 2020

Culminating in kickover-from-wheel practice (your request!), this backbendy practice doesn’t skimp on other posture categories. In all, it’s a whole-body, mindful-movement flow that weaves in opportunities for chin stand, deep folds, balance poses, core work and outer hip opening.

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king dancer

Nov 7, 2020

Enhance shoulder and spine mobility with this practice that leads to King Dancer AKA Nataraj. Reap the benefit of a systematic warming and lengthening of key body parts — like the hip flexors, chest, and shoulders.

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