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Core Fire

It only takes ten minutes to activate your core fire, building strength and resilience into your practice! Recommended props: 1 strap.

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Quick Neck Release

Mona's simple techniques for releasing stress and tension in the neck and shoulders. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 strap.

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DIY Massage

Relieve tension in the back, shoulders, and glutes through a short self-massage sequence aided by a tennis ball. 

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Pranayama Reset

Learn a simple breath technique to calm your busy mind and cleanse negative thought patterns. Recommended props: block, bolster or meditation cushion.

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Unstick the Hips

Break down tension and release unresolved emotions that are stuck in tight hips in under ten minutes. 

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Kundalini Yoga for Insomnia

Use four Kundalini Yoga techniques to induce a better, more restful sleep.

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Breaking Down Sun Salutation A

Start your morning off right with this breakdown, tutorial, and practice of Sun Salutation A, a traditional sequence designed to energize and sync up your mind, body, and breath.

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The Process of Handstand

In this introductory lecture, Neesha shares how to approach this handstand series.

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Yoga for Healthy Wrists

A lot of yoga is done on the wrists, whether you are advanced yogi practicing handstand or you are simply holding a downward dog. This short sequence will both strengthen and open tight wrists to prevent injury....

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Meditation: Set Your Intention

Accept the invitation to wake up and increase your awareness by committing to a daily practice of self-care by sitting in stillness. Through meditation you will move back into your wholeness, your truth, your essence. By...

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Nourish the Spine

A short sequence that focuses on breathing and stretching to help prepare you for your day. Move with ease through these gentle spine nourishing poses.

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So Hum Meditation

Contact the stream of your breath as you inhale and exhale in this meditation. With the use of the mantra 'So Hum' married to your breath, you connect to your upper chakras.

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Healing Energy Meditation

Explore the healing energy that each chakra, or energy center, in the body offers.

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Shine Your Light Meditation

In a comfortable, alert seat, tune inward with Adi to focus on awakening and shining the light within you. Holding the mudra for compassion, you will focus on visualizing a stream of bright light streaming up and down with...

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Rise & Fall Meditation

Focus on your breath to bring clarity to the Brahma Granthi, the Granthi, or knot, in the lower area of the body.

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A Mudra Clinic

Sarah will define mudra and give the benefits of a mudra practice. Within this class you will gain a library of mudras to bring into your practice. Gain an understanding of how your hands are maps to your health.

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Nadi Shodhana Breath

Nadi Shodhana or Alternate-Nostril Breathing is the sweet or the balancing breath. This practice is key to finding balance as an individual. With the use of the hand, you will depress one nostril at a time, counting a steady...

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Shining Skull Breath

Join us for a tutorial and short practice on Shining Skull Breath or Kapalabhati Breathing. This breathing technique is considered an advanced breath practice and it is recommended that you have a strong sense of your ujayii...

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Think Before You Speak Meditation

Activate the throat chakra through the use of a hand mudra and chanting. Light, slow repetition to bring awareness to your words before your speak.

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Kirtan Kriya For Balance

Kirtan Kriya (set) is also known as the Sa Ta Na Ma Meditation. This meditation will help you to merge and find balance with your individual psyche. Sa Ta Na Ma represents the cycle of life, birth, death, re-birth. We will...

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Meditation on Change

In this meditation, you will be using a mudra, or hand gesture, and a point of focus with both the gaze and the breath. Notice where the mind goes and observe thoughts as they pass. Letting this practice be one of...

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Introduction to Yoga Sculpt

Bea shares what you can expect and how to approach this series.

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Introducing the Gunas

In this introductory lecture, Sarah expands on what the gunas are.

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