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Yoga for PTSD

This kundalini sequence, designed to treat post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, will teach you meditation and breathing techniques that actually alter the brain state and rewire stress patterns. Recommended props: bolster...

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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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Yoga Nidra Meditative Visualization

Use visualization to drop into a state of yogic sleep, allowing yourself to relax, rejuvenate, and connect to your deepest intuition. Recommended props: blanket or bolster.

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Establish Center

Tune into the central channel of your body to detach yourself from the distractions of modern life and feel the joy of pure presence. Recommended props: strap, 2 blocks.

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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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Say Goodbye to Travel Belly

Travel got your gut feeling out of whack? Use mindful breath and movement to bring your system into balance.

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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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Bounce Back

A mindful yoga practice can help us build resiliency in our lives, allowing us to bounce back from stressful situations and return to peace. Recommended props: strap, block.  

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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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Yoga for ADHD

This kundalini mantra, breath and meditation practice eases symptoms of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder and improves focus.

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Post Flight Yoga

Travel leaving you feeling stiff and disconnected? Use Mona's short sequence to release tension after a long flight or journey.

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Kundalini Yoga for Insomnia

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

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Create Space

Mona helps you create space in your practice and life by slowing down prana flow and focusing on the auspicious moments in between breath and movement.

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Drop Stress During Travel

Travel can leave you feeling ungrounded and off center. Use Mona's short sequence to drop the stress and drop in. 

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Yoga for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Kundalini Yoga techniques and meditations to alleviate sleep disturbance, musculoskeletal pain, and other CFS symptoms.

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Yoga for Inner Wellbeing

This slow flow prepares the hips and spine for Nadi Shodhana breathwork. Finish with a sense of balance and inner wellbeing!

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Floss the Shoulders

Develop shoulder stability and mobility with Grace’s short “shoulder flossing” sequence, designed to open the upper body after sitting at a desk all day or to prepare you for more advanced asana.

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Yoga for Joy

Build heat in the body with surya namaskar and backbend your way to inner joy!

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Yoga for Addiction

This sequence addresses impulsivity control and addiction through mantra and meditation.

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Yoga for Inner Peace

Simple asana prepares the body for more introspective yogic practices, establishing a lasting sense of inner peace.

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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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Introduction to Yoga Sculpt

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

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Welcome to YogaToday’s Prenatal Center

Are you ready to begin your prenatal practice? The prenatal center is for advanced yogis as well as for mothers-to-be who have never stepped on a mat before. So don't sweat the small stuff or worry about experience! After...

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