This strong flow is going to get your blood pumping, get you sweating, and leave you feeling great in no time. This dynamic flow is a fantastic way to get your muscles working and find that perfect yoga body.
2. Jumping Back from Bakasana
Kino MacGregor explores a preparatory pose for jumping back from bakasana that builds core strength through movement while keeping the wrists happy.
3. Weight Loss Yoga Challenge: Fat Burn
This routine is designed to get your heart rate up, burn fat, tone, lengthen, and strengthen your entire body and mind.
4. Total Body Weight Loss Yoga Part 1
Part 1 focuses on toning the total body. You will workout your arms, legs, abs, and hips through a variety of movements that transitions into the next yoga move.
5. Building Strength to Jump Back from Crow Posture
Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor, shows you how to build strength to jump back from Bakasana, or Crow posture.
6. Placing Legs Behind Your Head in Pretzel Arm Balance
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. Scorpion Handstand Demonstration
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.
8. Lifting Up Into A Handstand from Firefly Pose
This is a fun trick to learn how to shift more weight forward over the solid foundation of your arms and lift up into full handstand from Tittibhasana, or Firefly Pose.
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.