Developing core strength is a wonderful benefit of a regular yoga practice. In this session, Celest will guide you through a series of challenging poses that work to strengthen the abdominal muscles, increase stability and really power up your practice.
2. Morning Yoga Stretch
This awakening vinyasa class focuses on simple postures to elongate the body and freshen the mind. Join Andrew Sealy in this 30-minute class that'll have you focused and ready to tackle the day.
3. 14-Day Yoga Challenge: Rocket Standing Series
This standing series is called the rocket, and will test your balance, get you sweaty, and leave you feeling absolutely fantastic. Join Steffy White in this Grokker Premium Video where she'll take you through a strengthening rocket standing series.
4. 14-Day Yoga Challenge: Mastering Wheel Pose
In this Grokker Premium video, Steffy will demonstrate the correct technique to lift into and master wheel pose. Wheel boasts a number of physical and mental benefits, including: increased spine flexibility, strength in your arms, wrists, shoulders and chest, and can energize you both physically and mentally.
5. Core Challenge Flow - 21-Day Yoga Body Slim Down
In this session Julie will take you through a series of balance poses to test and tone your core. With practice, your core muscles will become stronger allowing you to improve your yoga practice and function better in daily life. Get ready to challenge your body and your mindset.
6. 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.
7. Jump Back from Posture of Marichi
Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor, shows you how to safely and effectively work Marichyasna A, or Posture of Marichi, from the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series.
8. Jumping In & Out of Arm Pressure Posture
Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor, describes the process of learning Buja Pidasana from the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga. The complete movement involves jumping into the posture and full jumping back.
9. Jumping Back Fully From Lotus Position
When you are able to maintain a comfortable lotus position you can try to jump back from the posture from a seated position. There is one small tip that will help almost everyone learn how to shift the weight forward and jump all the way back from Padmasana, or Lotus Position. Watch the video to find out.
10. Float Forward from Downward Dog to Handstand
Learn how to float in handstand or half-handstand position in a sun salutation. When you jump forward from downward dog to standing or uttanasana, you have a chance to catch a little air and find the balance. Remember to jump your hips over the solid foundation of the arms and think forward to get the floaty sensation. Inhale as you jump forward, have faith and fun.