Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for Endurance and Integrated Movement

Leslie Perryman • November 1, 2017
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. Fit & Aligned: Yoga Dance Party
Yoga Dance Party
This non-stop power vinyasa flow will put your agility to the test. Move, stretch, and twist yourself into alignment through standing postures, arm balances and funky inversions.
3. Fit & Aligned: Interval Vinyasa
Interval Vinyasa
Put your strength to the test with this challenging power vinyasa class. You'll use intervals throughout the flow to challenge your major muscle groups and play around with fun transitions and balance postures.
4. Low Impact Chair Yoga
Low Impact Chair Yoga
Everyone can do yoga, no matter what age or stage of life! This chair yoga class incorporates safe and effective seated and standing movements to increase muscle and bone strength, improve circulation, build stamina, and support joint health.
5. Grounding Chakra Flow
Grounding Chakra Flow
In this class, Dana Damara will help you find a strong foundation and a state of contentment. Dana will lead you through a series of poses that focus on the Root Chakra. You will finish this class feeling strong, energized, and confident.
6. Well-Balanced Flow: 45-minute Vinyasa Flow Class
45-minute Vinyasa Flow
Open, ring out, and recharge both mind and body. In this class you'll condition yourself from head to toe and skin to bone. Follow Laura Burkhart as she guides you through an integrated sequence of powerful asanas combining core strength, arm balances and inversions. After you sweat it out, hit the mat for a deep floor sequence and a blissful shavasana.
7. Yoga for Travel: Ground and Align
Yoga for Travel: Ground and Align
Whether you're traveling, overworked, or not sleeping well, this video is meant to settle feelings of being uprooted or scattered. Join Grokker Yoga Expert Ashleigh Sergeant for the personal techniques she utilizes to ground and center, no matter what the circumstances. This Grokker Premium video is an intermediate yet very gentle sequence of hip openers, forward bends, and gentle inversions to help you shift energy down and come home to yourself. Whenever, wherever.
8. Building a Strong Core in the Four-Limbed Staff Pose
Building a Strong Core in the Four-Limbed Staff Pose
Join Alexandria Crow as she takes you through a sequence leading up to the Four-Limbed Staff Pose, or Chaturanga Dandasana, and ending up in the Corpse Pose.
9. Core Strength in Heron Position
Core Strength in Heron Position
Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor, shows you how to combine the strength and flexibility needed to easily enter Krounchasana, or Heron Position. This posture in Second Series of Ashtanga Yoga is about more than just flexibility. It combines a deep control of the hip joints to powerfully lift the leg towards the core. Think about bringing it into your center rather than lifting the leg away from the body.
10. Arm and Core Strength in Powerful Crocodile Posture
Arm and Core Strength in Powerful Crocodile Posture
Ashtanga Yoga Instructor Kino MacGregor shows you how to do Nakrasana, or Crocodile Posture. In this movement you take plank, or Chaturanga Dandasana, also known sometimes as Chatuari, and jump forward five times and jump backwards five times. The movement is best done with a clear use of the core strength of the body, stable shoulder strength and connected legs. If any component is missing then the posture will sag in certain bits. If the shoulders are not strong enough then the movement is not only impossible but unsafe.
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