Vinyasa Yoga

10 Vinyasa Yoga Videos for Flexibility

Leslie Perryman • March 17, 2015
In Vinyasa, we practice breath initiated movement. Class pace is aerobic, fluid, and challenging for beginners. There is a strong emphasis on delicate transitions, with steadiness and ease recognized as elements of graceful movement. Refined movement through powerful postures create integrated strength, flexibility, and a kick butt workout.Yoga for Weight Loss by Julie Montagu
1. Yoga for Weight Loss
Yoga for Weight Loss
Is it possible to lose weight by practicing yoga? The answer is yes! Yoga is not only a great way to burn calories, it also reduces stress levels in the body which can assist in weight loss. So if feeling lighter and more toned is your goal, then this Happy Yoga class is designed just for you. Join Julie for this energizing yoga session that is sure to have you feeling healthier and happier.
2. Move For Flexibility
Move For Flexibility
Yoga is great for our physical lives because when our body feels good we feel more confident and happy. A regular practice will stretch out your limbs and improve flexibility, which is important for increasing our range of motion so we feel our best as we move through the day. In this Happy Yoga class, Julie will guide you through some of her favourite poses for increased flexibility and the release of muscular tension in the body.
3. Yoga for Detox
Yoga for Detox
When you're feeling tired and weighed down, yoga is a great way to detoxify your body—and reboot your mind! In this Happy Yoga session, Julie will guide you through a series of yoga poses that specifically work on stimulating your internal organs including the kidneys, colon, liver and lungs. By twisting, bending and stretching your body you will begin to feel re-energised and full of feel-good, happy hormones.
4. Move and Breathe
Move and Breathe
This entire yoga sequence is all about paying attention to your breath as you move. As you take deeper breaths you increase oxygen in you body which brings greater mental clarity. Join Julie for this rejuvenating Happy Yoga session that will allow you to completely unwind and find a sense of inner calm and serenity.
5. Move for Strength
Move for Strength
Want a stronger core, arms and legs? Not only can yoga make you more flexible and reduce stress, it can also make your entire body stronger. Julie will guide you through a series of strengthening yoga sequences designed to challenge both your body and mind. Feel empowered as you build multi-directional strength and confidence as you start to feel great from the inside out.
6. Stretch and Lengthen
Stretch and Lengthen
Yoga can improve flexibility and increase range of motion by stretching and lengthening the muscles. In this class, Celest will guide you through a calming and restorative sequence designed to release tension in the body.
7. Lower Body Release
Lower Body Release
Feeling tight in the hips, legs and lower back? Create space and release tension in lower body with this restorative yoga session that has been designed to stretch and lengthen muscles including the hamstrings, inner thighs and calves. This relaxing class is great for stress relief and calming the mind.
8. Relaxing Upper Body Release
Relaxing Upper Body Release
Join Celest for a short yoga flow to release tension in the neck, chest, shoulders, and upper back. This sequence which includes standing poses, twists and folds will leave you feeling calm, focused and renewed. A great class for those who sit at a computer for long periods of time.
9. Introduction To Sun Salutations
Introduction To Sun Salutations
The Sun Salutation is a series of 12 postures performed in a single, graceful flow. Each movement is coordinated with the breath. In this video, Celest will show you a basic sequence and key poses of the Sun Salutation that will form the foundation of an ongoing yoga practice.
10. Yoga For Leg Strength
Yoga For Leg Strength
Yoga is a great way to develop strength in your legs. In this video, Celest will guide you through a series of yoga poses to strengthen and tone your leg muscles. Developing strength in your legs will help to improve all of your standing yoga poses and enable you to progress with your practice.
More In This Topic
Deep Spinal Twists
Morgan Barry Levay
Mindful Walking Exercise
Julie Montagu
Start With Grokker Today
Unlimited access to an unparalleled variety of at-home workouts, yoga, and more
No hassle, cancel any time