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Quick Hip Release

This short sequence taught by Grace Dubery is the flow she relies on when she doesn't have very much time. While the focus of this short class is hip openers, it also includes backbends and twists to boost energy and to...

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Set Your Intention

Set your intention and practice sticking with it! The nature of the mind is to wander; many times we have hardly moved through one Sun Salutation and already we have lost our intention (Sankalpa). With reminders...

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Work Towards Compass Pose

Stretch shoulders, hips, and hamstrings as you work towards Compass Pose (Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana).

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Heart Openers & Headstands

Refine your transitions as you flow through standing poses, backbends, and inversions. Camel Pose (Ustrasana) will be your peak posture. Your breath and presence is required!

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Go for Bird of Paradise

Open your hips on the way to your Bird of Paradise (Svarga Dvidasana); this is a great pose for your hips, hamstrings, and your side body. Build breath in the body and heat in the legs to prepare for this standing pose. A...

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Rock Your Bakasana

Take on Crow Pose (Bakasana) with Simon Park. This pose is great for focus, balance, and strength. Find your "tipping point" and experiment with some fun Bakasana pose variations.

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Explore Koundinyasana II

Make sure to have two yoga blocks on hand as you try Koundinyasana Variation II with Grace Dubery. With a thorough standing series, Grace gives you plenty of time to warm up for your peak posture. Enjoy this explorative...

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Explore Koundinyasana I

Explore a fun and challenging arm balance with Grace: Koundinyasana Variation I. You will warm up the wrists and do lots of twisting poses to prepare for Koundinyasana.

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Sarah Kline’s Go to Sequence

Join Sarah Kline for her "go-to" sequence. "This is the class that I would take myself through at the end of the day to get out of my head and into my heart," Sarah says. We hope that you can join her!

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Reach Your Highest Potential

All yoga practices ultimately engage the movement of Prana – the innate life force within and around us. The ancient yogis discovered that Prana could be further subdivided into energetic components they called Vayus...

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Learn to Fly: AcroYoga 101

Let Catherine and Sam guide you in this introduction to AcroYoga. Grab a partner and your mat to enjoy this safe and playful instructional class! 

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Learn to Fly: AcroYoga 102

A short demonstration of "flying." Enjoy this fun and playful introduction to AcroYoga poses. This sequence is meant for two people but a spotter can be helpful too!

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Core Awakening

This quick class will challenge your core and your balance. Eagle crunches on the ground will prepare you for standing Eagle Pose. "Tree Side Plank" will set the stage for standing Tree Pose. Strengthen and stabilize in this...

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Regain Core Strength

Focus on your core and find your power.  

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Relax and Restore

Restorative heart openers and pranayama. Feel revitalized!

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Build Your Foundation

A steady and sustainable practice equals sustainable life.

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Detox and Reset

Kick-start your metabolism and digestive health.

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Seventh Chakra: Crown

Our final class brings us to the crown chakra at the top of the head, which connects us to the cosmos and to “all that is.” The Sahaswara chakra or the “thousand petal lotus” connects us to our higher selves and...

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Sixth Chakra: Third Eye

Let’s illuminate the third eye center to hone our inherent wisdom and vision.The Ajna chakra is right between the eyebrows and is associated to the pineal or pituitary gland, depending on the tradition. For this class,...

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Fifth Chakra: Throat

Vishuddha, the fifth chakra, encompasses the neck, thyroid, and parathyroid glands, jaw, mouth, and tongue. When you attend to this area you start to optimize your communication. The fifth chakra is recognized as the seat of...

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Fourth Chakra: Heart

At heart center, we find the fourth chakra, Anahata, the middle point of the seven chakras. Open this energy center to foster more love and connection.

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Third Chakra: Solar Plexus

The third chakra, Manipura, meaning “lustrous gem,” is located between navel and breastbone. Today’s class relates to fire, direction, and willpower. Tap into your source of personal power and activate your energy....

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First Chakra: Root

Begin by focusing on the energy center at the base of the pelvis, referred to as the root chakra, or Muladhara. The root chakra includes the first three vertebrae, the bladder, and the colon. In this class, you will open up...

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Second Chakra: Sacral

This class focuses on the second energy in your body, the Svadhisthana; it resides above the pubic bone and below the navel. The second chakra relates to water, movement, creativity, and emotion. This balancing class conveys...

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