1. Well-Balanced Flow: 45-minute Vinyasa Flow Class
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.
2. 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.
3. Yoga for Strong Legs
Join Samara Chopra as she demonstrates yogic asanas that protect the base of your whole body, the feet, and help to make them strong and healthy.
4. Preparation for Core Strength Firefly Pose
This video presents a core strength movement that would help prepare the body for Tittibhasana, or Firefly Pose, in Ashtanga Yoga Second Series.
5. Handstand: Basic Practice
Join in on this playful sequence that explores how to do a handstand! This beginner sequence will help you prep the body for the full-body posture which includes working the core, shoulders, and opening up the hamstrings. Can't get enough of this handstand sequence and you want more? The good news is Grokker Yoga Expert, Christy Evans, has an Exploring Handstand collection. Check it out!
6. Inversions Simplified
Upside down poses are not as difficult as they may appear. Today, I breakdown Inversions, so that you can easily enjoy this great style of move.
7. Strength: The Ultimate Calorie Burner
Stronger muscles burn more calories. In this video you'll become more flexible through these exercises, but you'll also build muscle and burn calories.
8. Jumping In To Crow Posture, Bakasana
Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor shows you how to jump into Bakasana or crow posture. This is a challenging movement broken down into smaller, easier movements that will increase your strength over time to be able to do the full transition. Remember that strength is a lifelong spiritual journey that cannot be rushed--enjoy the process.