Backbends are one of the most invigorating types of yoga pose. They stretch the hip flexors and help open up the shoulders and chest - an area where many of us hold tension. Join Celest as she guides you through this safe and easy to follow introduction to backbends.
2. Total Body Reboot
This yoga and fitness fusion class will improve your strength and flexibility. By combining the lengthening properties of yoga and the toning elements of fitness, you will see results more quickly. This class can be done any time, anywhere with no equipment, and features modifications for all levels. Get ready to build heat and flow with Laura Burkhart and Jaime McFaden.
3. Strength Building Yoga For Beginners
Yoga is a great way to gradually build strength in your body. In this class, you will learn key yoga poses that will work to strengthen your arms, core, and legs. Join Celest for this fun and easy to follow session that will have you feeling confident and powerful in your body. This video is the second of three sessions in the 3 Steps To Yoga series.
In this hybrid yoga + sculpting class, you'll flow through a vinyasa sequence designed to burn off excess calories and de-stress, while toning your muscles through barre-inspired movements. Get the best of both worlds in one workout - tone the arms, thighs, and booty and finish feeling deeply nourished and relaxed.
5. 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.
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. Preparations For Eight-Angle Pose
Learn to let your practice feel joyful and light as you build the strength needed for Astavakrasana, or Eight-Angle Pose.