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.30 minute afternoon power yoga
1. 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.
2. Handstand: Basic Practice
Join in on this playful sequence that explores how to do a handstand! This beginner sequence will help you prep the body for the full-body posture which includes working the core, shoulders, and opening up the hamstrings. Can't get enough of this handstand sequence and you want more? The good news is Grokker Yoga Expert, Christy Evans, has an Exploring Handstand collection. Check it out!
3. Vasisthasana: Intermediate Practice
This Grokker Premium video features Vashisthasana, or the side plank pose in an accessible sequence for intermediate students. You will be safely guided through all the basics in this intelligent flow, while challenging your endurance as Grokker Yoga Expert, Christy Evans, weaves inspiration through breath, concentration, and core integrating movement. This Vasisthasana series works on building strength to prepare you for the final posture. When you've perfected this module, check out the entire series in Christy's collection called Exploring Vasisthasana. Intermediate Levels
4. 5 Yoga Poses You're Doing Wrong
I'm not much for rules; every body is different and needs to follow their own rules of alignment. But there are technical fundamentals for engaging the right muscles in these 5 strength poses that, once acquired, enhance your mind-body awareness and reduce risk of injury for these and other strength exercises in yoga and everything else you do.
5. Wheel: Basics Practice
Christy will wake up the core, open the hips, hamstrings, and prepare the shoulders to find more ease in Urdhva Dhanurasana also known as the wheel pose. This is a beautiful posture and Christy breaks down the fundamentals of this full back bend in this Grokker premium video. Join Christy Evans in other playful flows that will help you shine through exploring her collections.
6. Total Body Weight Loss Yoga Part 1
Part 1 focuses on toning the total body. You will workout your arms, legs, abs, and hips through a variety of movements that transitions into the next yoga move.
7. Hot Vinyasa Flow Yoga
This Vinyasa flow sequence is nearly a full length yoga class. You will warm up with sun salutations, then you will move through a complete practice of stretching, balancing, twisting, strengthening your core and resting.
8. Handstand: Advanced Practice
Master the step by step technique to the perfect handstand in this Grokker Premium video. Yoga Expert Christy Evans encourages you to listen to your body, breathe, and enjoy the journey. If this sequence seems too challenging to begin with, check out Christy's Exploring Handstand collection for a variety of videos to cater to your current needs.
9. Yoga for Beauty
This a video that will help you become more beautiful, burn fat, tone the entire body while increasing strength, flexibility, grace, and balance. Sculpt tight abs, legs, buns, arms, and shoulders as you lift your chest and tone your back through this flowing combination of core-strengthening poses. The breathing techniques will help you visualize yourself as a beautiful person and bring out a radiant, rejuvenated, and confident new you.
10. Iron Yoga
A yoga-inspired weight training session or a bodybuilding-inspired yoga practice? Either way you look at it, this Iron Yoga class is a challenge of the body and mind. It's recommended to try Iron Yoga under the supervision of a certified professional before attempting this video. You may not want to use any weights the first time, graduating to very light weights when you're confident you can hold the poses with proper technique.