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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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Work Into Chinstand

Open your chest and shoulders, warm up your core, and use props to safely access chinstand. Perfect for an intermediate yogi looking to advance their practice.

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Right Versus Wrong Pain

Explore what Iyengar calls right pain, or uncomfortable sensation, in order to grow both physically and spiritually in your practice.

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Explore Headstand

Explore new variations of the king of asanas in Grace’s fun, energizing flow. Perfect for an intermediate yogi looking to advance their practice.Suggested Props: Two Blocks

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Handstand Partner Practice

Test your readiness for handstand with the help of a friend! Grab your partner and follow along to Neesha’s cues for proper alignment and skillful assists.

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Broaden Your Handstand Horizons

Handstand practice feeling stuck? Learn Neesha’s favorite variations in this playful sequence and progress your practice through core strengthening.

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Access Your Power

This short, rajastic flow will build heat in your practice and progress your handstand through leg work, shoulder openers, and energizing handstand drills.

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Go Deeper

This handstand clinic offers several different variations to practice and focuses on leg strength and the front line of your body.

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Hop Into Handstand

Access your back body and practice bunny hops into handstand at the wall. A perfect short sequence whether your goal is to nail a handstand in the middle of the room or simply to have more body awareness in your...

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Activate Your Deep Core

Learn Neesha’s tricks for kicking up into handstand by activating deeper layers of your abdominals and extending the flexibility of your legs.

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Lower Body Strengthening and Lengthening

Neesha’s short sequence will build lower abdominal strength, open your hamstrings and hip flexors, and strengthen your handstand practice from the ground up.

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Integrate Your Shoulders

Explore a different approach to handstand by accessing the shoulders. This class will help stabilize the shoulder muscles and joint while building core strength and extension through the spine.

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Set a Foundation for Handstand

Take your practice to the next level and learn to go upside down with Neesha in this introductory class designed train your shoulders, core, and lower body for handstand. This class is the first in The...

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Be Fearless

This rigorous class is all about stepping out of your comfort zone. Be fearless on your mat, so you can transfer that fearlessness back into your world.

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The Granthis

Explore untying all three Granthis, or psycho-emotional knots, that represent themselves in different parts of our physical body. In this practice, you are invited to reflect on how you are reacting to the sensations that a...

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Reflect with Movement

The Rudra Granthi lives in the upper regions of the body and the chakra, or energy system, of the body. This Granthi, or knot, will be untied by deconstructing our opinions, beliefs, and prejudices. To recharge the crown...

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Handstand Variations and Transitions

Explore handstand variations and transitions in this advanced class. A brief warm up will prepare you to play with inversions!

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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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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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Get Inverted

Explore headstands and handstands with Grace Dubery in this intermediate-level class. With props and attention to alignment, class begins on the mat with precise core and leg work that will set the foundation for your...

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Total Body Tone + Releasing Sequence for Mamas

Sweat, release, and relax with Amanda Botur! This class is specifically designed for moms who may not have a lot of spare time but are still looking for a full body workout. Get moving with a core sequence, dynamic...

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Hip Openers and Headstands

This steady, strong flow will release tension from the hips and prepare you to explore fun variations of headstand. 

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Embrace Change

Change is the only constant in our lives. This class is all about embracing change and being present with whatever shows up on and off the mat.

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