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.Move For Flexibility by Julie Montagu
1. Yoga for Inspiration
This is routine was created to inspire you and consists of a variety of challenging balancing postures.
2. 10 minute total body yoga flow
Always work within a pain-free range and go into this warmed up. This is a ten minute yoga sequence that targets the whole body to improve flexibility, build strength and endurance, and calm the mind.
3. Get into Low Plank
Here Esther demonstrates moving from Plank Pose to Cobra Pose with a couple of variations of Low Plank. Also known as its traditional name Chaturanga Dandasana, Low Plank helps you transition in a healthy, safe, and integrated way through your Vinyasa.
4. Yoga to Strengthen Upper Body
Here Esther shows a sequence that can be done a few times a week to strengthen your upper body and arms. Yoga classes can become more fun when certain poses are easily accessible with a strong upper body.
5. 15 Min Yoga for Upper Body Strength and Flexibility
By request - a 15 minute yoga video for upper body strength and flexibility. Warm up first before you begin. Always work within a pain-free range.
6. Yoga for Strong Legs
Join Samara Chopra as she demonstrates yogic asanas that protect the base of your whole body, the feet, and help to make them strong and healthy.
7. Entire Body Stretch
This routine opens up your entire body.
8. Energetic Vinyasa Flow
You will need to do a warm up prior to this very energetic Vinyasa flow sequence.
9. Yoga for Strengthening the Feet
Yoga expert Samara Chopra demonstrates yogic postures that help make your feet stronger and healthier.
10. Knees, Chest & Chin Pose - Foundations of Yoga
Learn the foundations of Knees, Chest and Chin pose! This pose is wonderful preparatory pose for Chaturanga Dandasana or Four Limbed Staff Pose. This preparatory transition pose takes some of the difficulty and weight out of Chaturanga so you can build strength and protect the shoulders in a mindful way. Through regular practice you will be able to grow and build a graceful, safe and strong Chaturanga Dandasana. Knees Chest and Chin has many names. It is also known as 8 limbs pose or Ashtanga Namaskar. This posture is great for the back body and spine. It nourishes the neck and spine's flexibility and strengthens the muscles of the back body. Build your way up- let it evolve and watch it grow!