Pose focused yoga is designed to help you improve your form and correctly get into and hold yoga poses. If you are looking to advance in your yoga practice or if there is one particular pose you are keen to master then pose focused yoga tutorials are just the thing for you. The best yoga teachers will offer regressions of harder yoga poses so that beginners have somewhere to start too. Don't rush things and you will be surprised by what you can achieve with a little practice. Athletes will tell you that weight bearing sports put an enormous amount of stress and strain on your body. From your hips to your hamstrings or lower back sports can put a real burden on your muscles. Athletic Yoga combines the cardiovascular exercise of a short dynamic warm up with the stretching achieved through more traditional fitness stretches. This type of yoga is especially designed for athletes and is perfect for before and after your traditional training regimen or practice session. Professional sportsmen from runners and tennis players to American footballers have all started to integrate yoga into their lives. Cardio + Core Vinyasa by Laura Burkhart
1. 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!
2. Fit & Aligned: Strong & Powerful Vinyasa
This vinyasa class is designed to kick your asana into transformation. Wake up the most powerful muscles in your body, ignite your metabolism and learn the functionality of yoga postures on and off your mat. Be prepared to work hard, hold steady and create the power needed to align yourself perfectly into inversions.
3. Cardio + Core Vinyasa
This vinyasa class is all about building heat, and strengthening and elongating your core. Not only does a strong core make you feel great, but it is essential for every day activities and maintaining a healthy back.