Vinyasa Yoga

10 Vinyasa Yoga Videos for Integrated Movement

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 Energy and Inspiration by Julie Montagu
1. Yoga for Energy and Inspiration
Yoga for Energy and Inspiration
Feeling a little tired and unmotivated? You are not alone. Everyone has moments when we just don't have the energy or the will to do anything productive. However, the secret is to just get moving! Just 20 minutes of light activity to get your heart pumping and blood flowing will have you feeling instantly more inspired and revitalized. In this session, Julie will guide you through the yoga poses that she has designed specifically for those times when we are in need of a mental re-boot for more energy and inspiration.
2. 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.
3. Move for Stress Relief
Move for Stress Relief
Is stress holding you back from living your best life? It is almost impossible to feel our best when we are experiencing stress. In this Happy Yoga session, Julie will guide you through the ultimate stress-relieving yoga flow, full of postures, poses and sequences that will extract tension from your body and allow you to mentally detach yourself from troubling, stressful thoughts.
4. 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.
5. Find Focus and Be Present
Find Focus and Be Present
When you feel anxious, chances are you've been worrying in circles. This practice will help you shift into a focused state through the use of balancing and standing poses. The goal of this focus is to bring you back to the present moment, dissolving any attachments to fear-based thoughts and busy thinking.
6. Upper Body Vinyasa
Upper Body Vinyasa
This vinyasa class will fire up and tone your arms while opening and releasing tension in your upper back. Laura Burkhart's clear and precise instruction will have you feeling amazing in no time.
7. Explorative Movement
Explorative Movement
As humans we create many boundaries for ourselves - some healthy and some that create rigid habits that can end up making us feel stuck. This vinyasa class will allow you to revive your instincts, break free of any self-made cages, and heighten your senses. Join Annie Adamson and re-wild yourself!
8. Balance, Strengthen & Heal
Balance, Strengthen & Heal
Did you know that by working on body awareness you can actually drive brain development? This primal vinyasa class will help you re-establish the fundamentals of balance and strength as you stabilize, mobilize, and coordinate your limbs across the planes of your body. By building cross-connections you'll actually better coordinate your daily movements and improve brain capacity.
9. Fit & Aligned: Free & Easy Vinyasa
Free & Easy Vinyasa
This vinyasa class is all about creating space throughout your body. Through Emilie's guidance, you'll open through the shoulders and hips, creating pliability in your major joints. By creating pliability, you'll help to combat poor postural habits and build a stronger, more aligned physique.
10. Energizing Yoga: Bend and Breathe
Bend and Breathe
There is a very specific point in your body behind your heart and in front of your spine where all back bending and breathing centers. MC Sweet will show you how to access that exact point in this beautifully relaxing and heart-opening vinyasa flow.
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