Power Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for Promoting Organ Function and Increased Spinal Mobility

Leslie Perryman • October 24, 2016
Fundamental Movement by Annie Adamson
1. Fundamental Movement
Fundamental Movement
Re-connect with the natural and functional movements you were born with in this primal vinyasa class. Explore the most fundamental anatomical positions of the human body, strengthen your core, and increase range of motion in your hips. By connecting with your body's natural wisdom, you will learn to move with more grace and less pain in your daily life.
2. Yoga for Healthy Digestion
Yoga for Healthy Digestion
Healthy Digestion is essential for good health, and yet many of us struggle to eat and digest well. This hour long vinyasa-kundalini yoga flow will stimulate the core and get the digestive juices flowing. "Agni" or your digestive fire, is essential for digestive food and life. Follow Grokker Yoga Expert Cindy Walker to ease into a "breathe of fire" warm up followed by a strong set of sun salutations with intermediate kundalini.
3. Yoga for Digestion: Ayurvedic Body Care Practices
Yoga for Digestion: Body Care
Ayurvedic expert Talya Lutzker will take you through a series of exercises that are diesnged to enhance the digestion process. If you're new to Ayurveda, don't worry. This class is appropriate for all levels!
4. Yoga For Digestion
Yoga For Digestion
Oh digestion. You can't live with it and you can't live without it! Thank goodness Talya Lutzker is here to lead you through a series of poses designed to improve digestion and increase core strength. This class is appropriate for all levels.
5. Free Your Spine: Twists
Free Your Spine: Twists
A healthy spine is essential for feeling freedom in your body. In this 3 part series lead by Grokker Yoga Expert Ashleigh Sergeant, you will move dynamically through challenging twists to experience a deep range of motion along the spinal column. Spiral through this Grokker Premium video to unravel tension in a challenging and playful practice. This is the first video in a three part series focused on feeling, understanding, and deepening movement within the spine through twists, core strengthening, and backbends. Suitable for intermediate to advanced levels.
6. Learning to Fly: Arm Balances
Learning to Fly: Arm Balances
This Arm Balance sequence is all about play. The sequence will teach you how to use your back and stomach to lift up away from the ground and keep your weight off your arms. Kathryn Budig has you practice this principle with poses including crow pose, baby crow and side crow. Overall, this practice is a great lesson in how to be okay with falling down and letting your go of your ego.
7. 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.
8. Twist and Detox
Twist and Detox
Give your digestive system a natural boost with this twisting, detoxifying practice. This sequence by Kathryn Budig is designed to cleanse both your body and clear your mind with a sequence that will heat and create space in the body, aiding in digestion and mental clarity.
9. Gentle Yoga Flow
Gentle Yoga Flow
This Gentle Yoga Flow practice is accessible to all levels. There is a primary focus on hip opening, gentle lunging and twisting. This sequence is ideal for the beginning yoga student or regular yogi who wants to tone it down for the day. Feel free to use this practice anytime your looking for a little revitalization. For this practice you will need two blocks and your strap.
10. Twisting Postures to Cleanse Your System
Twisting Postures to Cleanse Your System
Spinal twisting postures not only helps maintain the normal length and resilience of the soft tissues, but also keeps all discs and joints healthy and supple.
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