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 Back Strength by Julie Montagu
1. Yoga for Back Strength
A strong back and upright posture enables us to stand tall and feel more confident and empowered. A strong, well-conditioned back can withstand more stress, and protect the spine better, ensuring that we are less likely to get injured as we move and exercise. In this session, Julie will guide you through a yoga sequence incorporating a series of dynamic poses that stretch and strengthen the back.
2. Energizing Full Body Flow
This class is an opportunity to practice what you have learned in the series so far including standing poses, inversions, arm balances, core stability and hip openers. Join Celest for this full body flow, that will have you feeling strong, energised and ready to continue with confidence on your yoga journey.
3. Moving With The Breath
Correct breathing is an important part of a yoga practice. By connecting your breath to each movement you will be able to experience all the mental and physical benefits the practice has to offer. Join Celest for this easy to follow beginner class, that will have you feeling relaxed, balanced and happy.
4. 7 Day Body & Soul Boot Camp: Heart Opening Flow
Led by Grokker expert Brett Larkin, this class is slow, nourishing, and focuses on strength and alignment in your upper body. You'll flow through a heart-opening vinyasa sequence to re-align your shoulders, close the front ribs, and engage through your core. It will leave you feeling calm, grounded, present, and re-connected to your heart.
5. Exploring Bridge Pose
Open your heart in this mellow flow. This light practice can be done as an afternoon boost to help shift your perspective and find extension through the spine. Vinyasa Yoga Instructor Morgan Levay will guide you through a mellow core focused warm up and invigorating lunge sequence. This Grokker premium video will move you through an alignment-based exploration to prepare you for Bridge posture. Once Bridge pose has been fully achieved, Morgan provides instruction to invite and guide the body into the peak posture of this practice, Wheel pose, which is a full extended back bend. If you love this video, then you should check out her Profile page to find her complete Collection called Elements of Aligned Movement.