Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for Toned Abs and Promoting Blood Flow to the Brain

Leslie Perryman • June 3, 2015
Yoga For Core Strength by Celest Pereira
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1. Yoga For Core Strength
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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. Energizing Full Body Flow
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This class is an opportunity to practice what you have learned in the series so far including standing poses, inversions, arm balances, core stability and hip openers. Join Celest for this full body flow, that will have you feeling strong, energised and ready to continue with confidence on your yoga journey.
3. Well-Balanced Flow: 45-minute Vinyasa Flow Class
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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.
4. How to Improve Your Concentration
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Join Samar Chopra as she teaches you some asanas to improve your concentration. And teaches you how to control your mind and discover your true nature.
5. The Importance of Balance and Concentration
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Samara demonstrates and speaks on the importance of balance in the body and concentration of the mind in your practice.
6. How To Build Strength Beyond a Handstand
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Being able to do handstand push-ups is one way to surely move past a static handstand. Please note that this is not traditional and certainly would not be done in a traditional yoga shala. I would not do this during my daily practice, but instead in the afternoons to have fun and build strength. If you want to try this you can use a wall for balance or ask a friend to spot you. Just be sure that you already have a really good handstand before you try.
7. Inversions Simplified
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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.
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