Power Vinyasa Yoga

10 Power Vinyasa Yoga Videos for Thunder Thighs

Leslie Perryman • May 13, 2015
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 Butt Vinyasa by Julie Montagu
1. Exploring Wheel: Intermediate Practice
Exploring Wheel: Intermediate Practice
Christy Evans invites you to shine from you heart center by opening into Urdhva Dhanurasana, the full wheel pose. This Grokker premium video is for advanced students. If you are looking to lighten or challenge your practice, checkout Christy's Exploring Wheel Pose collection which features an opportunity to meet your skill level. Enjoy!
2. Yoga for Beauty
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.
3. Yoga Basics Workout
Yoga Basics Workout
This video features traditional yoga poses that sculpt the entire body. You will work out your hips, arms, legs, obliques, and abs.
4. Power Yoga
Power Yoga
Ignite your passion for life and vitality by engaging in a celebration of the body's strength and stamina. Flow through rigorous asana sequences bringing tone to muscles and enhancing your cardiovascular output coupled with ujjayi breathing techniques. Your spirit will soar as you Investigate tapas, an enthusiasm and excitement towards the discipline of yoga.
5. 5 Yoga Poses You're Doing Wrong
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.
6. Wheel: Basics Practice
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.
7. Yoga Butt Vinyasa
Yoga Butt Vinyasa
This yoga class will tone and sculpt your glutes to give you a wonderful strong and shapely yoga butt. Julie will get you moving and sweating from the start in this dynamic vinyasa class. Expect to feel stronger, more confident and energized.
8. Iron Yoga
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.
9. Strengthen Your Core
Strengthen Your Core
The Strengthen Your Core Podcast provides you with deep focused abdominal work that will strengthen all aspects of your practice. The practice focuses on floor work including traditional boat (navasana) pose, pick-ups and learning how to jump through with straight legs on blocks. The practice reviews mula-banda and the small details of engaging the stomach though out your entire practice and concludes with counter-stretches to release the core.
10. Power Yoga: Onese1f
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.
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