From the Ashtanga Vinyasa tradition, this form of yoga creates a dynamic class infusing the most powerful elements of a typical Vinyasa flow. There is a strong emphasis on core work, arm balances, and advanced standing balance postures. It is playful, challenging, and always takes you to the edge of your physical capacity. It is not meant for beginners.Yoga can be a great way to boost your energy levels. The Health Yoga Life studio, located in Boston, Massachusetts, promotes the idea of accepting prana, or life force, into the body via breathing and movement through yoga. While practicing active poses, you are circulating the blood flow to the various parts of the body, essentially waking them up. By practicing energetic and invigorating yoga you can fight fatigue and even reverse the effects of long periods spent sitting, like many of us are forced to do when working at the office.35-Minute Yoga Body by Andrew Sealy
1. Power Yoga: Onese1f
An athletic yoga-based workout aimed to increase strength, flexibility and stamina. This full length total body workout focuses on combining dynamic breath with a series of strong, flowing and static movements. Lookout for modification demonstrations throughout the video.
2. Handstand: Intermediate Practice
Handstand is an invitation to soften and honor your experience of fear, and playfully move beyond this limiting boundary into a state of deep core integration. Christy Evans will guide you into your core, and out of your fear. This Grokker premium video on Power Vinyasa is appropriate for all levels. For a more challenging practice, visit the other videos within the Exploring Handstand collection by Christy.
3. After the Holidays Workout
This is a routine will help you shed these holiday pounds will increasing your flexibility.
4. Space Element: Vinyasa Energy Flow
Connect with your center of wisdom and inner guidance. Working up the spine to the third eye chakra, this 5th video in the 6 part series, focuses on the element of Space. This Grokker Premium video invites a 'beginners mind' (opening to new possibilities) throughout this intermediate practice. Physically, space is expressed through shoulder openers, mobility in the neck, and inversions to increase blood flow to the brain. Join the always playful Grokker Yoga Expert, Christy Evans, to cultivate a spacious perspective as she invites you to notice subtle aspects of breath and mindfulness within a dynamic flow.
5. 20 Minute Yoga Flow for Core Strength
This is an instructional 20 minute yoga video that aims to strengthen the core in preparation for arm balances such as crow pose, headstand, handstand and forearm stand. The intention is to work all parts of the core including the upper abs, lower abs and obliques in a variety of ways that keeps the body guessing.
6. Hip-Opening Yoga Flow
Revive your hips and lower back while flowing through this powerful and effective yoga sequence.
7. 30 minute afternoon power yoga
A 30 min instructional yoga video with playful sequencing. Best for people with experience with yoga. Definitely not for total beginners. Always work within a pain-free range, and be sure to warm up before beginning.
8. 15 min full body yoga power flow
Just under 15 minute yoga sequence designed to strengthen the entire body and build endurance. This power flow sequence is suitable for people with a bit of experience with yoga. Always move within a pain-free range, and always begin with a warm up first.
9. Yoga For Beginners Weight Loss - 20 Minute Fat Burning Work Out
Lose Weight, Burn Fat & Calories, Detoxify, Improve Digestion, & Work Out your Abs and Core in this 20 Minute Fat Burning Yoga Work Out. Naturally Lose Weight, Gain Strength & Flexibility in this Full 20 Minute, Beginners Yoga Flow! Learn How To Safely and Holistically Burn Calories, & Slim Down in this Follow Along, Instructional Yoga Video. Certified Yoga Instructor, Jacqui Nadar from Austin TX, leads this Yoga flow. This is a Beginners level instructional Yoga video.
10. 15 minute yoga video for strength
15 minute guided yoga sequence that is good for the whole body. Suitable for people with a little experience with yoga - definitely not for absolute beginners. Always work within a pain-free range. Great for the chest and shoulders, and building core strength.