Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for Upper Body Strength and Heart Opening

Leslie Perryman • August 13, 2015
Heart and Hips by Michael James Wong
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1. Daily Dose of Yoga: Heart and Hips
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This hip opening class is perfect for releasing any tension that has built up from sitting at a desk for long periods of time. Join Grokker yoga expert, Micheal James Wong for this dynamic, posture-focused class that will have you feeling calm, centered and focused.
2. Flow Till You Glow: Nonstop Flow
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As humans we crave movement. It's when we feel stuck or stagnant that we start to feel pain, anxiety, and worry. This vinyasa class is like a shot of espresso! It's perfect for when you're short on time and want to get energized or just need to move. Let's flow!
3. 14-Day Yoga Challenge: Upper Body Flow
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This challenging upper body vinyasa flow will focus on opening the heart, expanding the chest, and finding space between your shoulders. Join Steffy White in this Grokker Premium Video and flow through your upper body.
4. Well-Balanced Flow: 60-Minute Vinyasa Class
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Find balance in strength. Build power in your body and balance your heart center with this intermediate-level class. Then carry this new found inner stability with you off the mat and into your life. Join Grokker Yoga Expert, Laura Burkhart, as we move through a well-balanced flow consisting of standing poses, twists, arm balances, ab work and backbends!
5. Scorpion Handstand Demonstration
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Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor show you how to work on Scorpion Handstand, known in Sanskrit as Vrschikasana. This fun, but challenging posture is a great way to test the limits of your strength and flexibility on all levels.
6. Placing Legs Behind Your Head in Pretzel Arm Balance
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Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor, demonstrates putting both legs behind the head for Dwi Pada Sirsasana, or as you may know as the Pretzel. Be careful to use the full external rotation of your hip joints to enter the posture, while strengthening the back and neck to support the legs.
7. 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.
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