In this yin yoga class you will focus on stretching your wrists and feet. Give your extremities some much needed love and attention to improve circulation and ease any pain you may be feeling from working at a computer all day. By holding each pose for an extended period of time, you'll feel more lasting relief after class.
2. Yin Yoga for the Side Body
This yin yoga class is all about twists and opening up your side body. Each of these moves is great for aiding in digestion, maintaining normal spine rotation, and reducing pain in your back.
3. Fundamental Movement
Re-connect with the natural and functional movements you were born with in this primal vinyasa class. Explore the most fundamental anatomical positions of the human body, strengthen your core, and increase range of motion in your hips. By connecting with your body's natural wisdom, you will learn to move with more grace and less pain in your daily life.
4. Low Impact Chair Yoga
Everyone can do yoga, no matter what age or stage of life! This chair yoga class incorporates safe and effective seated and standing movements to increase muscle and bone strength, improve circulation, build stamina, and support joint health.
5. Gentle Full Body Yoga Flow
Feel "forever young" with this gentle yoga flow that brings energy and vitality into your being. Grokker expert Sherry Zak Morris provides accessible sequences to help you increase your flexibility, build your stamina, and improve your strength. This class is designed with the 50+ age group in mind, but great for anyone looking for a gentle, full body class.
6. Deep Stretching Therapeutics: Upper Body
Counteract the damage done by hunching over the computer, preparing dinner, driving, or giving your kids a bath. In this Grokker Premium video you'll learn how to open up your front body to release tension in your shoulders, neck and upper back. Grokker Yoga Therapeutics Expert, Robyn Capobianco, leads you through a deep stretching sequence that will ease pain, and restore the proper alignment of your upper spine. You will need a pair of yoga balls and 2 blocks. All Levels.
7. Gentle Yoga for the Lower Back
Unwind deeply, slowly, and spaciously from the inside out. These postures have been designed to bring awareness, agility, and relaxation through the deep tissue structures in your lower back. In this all-levels class, join Grokker Yin Yoga Expert, Matece Skow, as she guides you into a quiet Yin Yoga practice that will rejuvenate both mind and body. After this Grokker Premium video you'll find that inner space and freedom take on a whole new meaning.
8. Yin Yoga Anywhere
Discover the profound benefits of even the simplest practice. This short, sweet yin sequence is taught using just the support of a wall to make it accessible to everyone. Designed to stretch the shoulders, hips and hamstrings safely, this all-levels class will deeply open the body and reduce stress whether you are a beginner or long-time practitioner. Yin yoga is typically practiced with an assortment of props to support the body, however, in this class Grokker Yoga Expert Matece Skow demonstrates simple and effective poses you can do anywhere.
9. Deep Stretching Therapeutics: Lower Back
Suffering from lower back pain? This 30-minute therapy session focuses on the low back and sacroiliac (SI) joint. Through a series of self massage practices, hip opening postures, and core strengthening exercises, Grokker Yoga Expert Robyn Capobianco will teach you everything you need to know to keep your lower back healthy. In this Grokker Premium video, learn the basic anatomy of this region, common causes of low back pain and how to mobilize and strengthen the muscles to effectively support your low back and SI joint.
10. Chair Yoga: Restoration for the Lower Back
Rejuvenate during at the office, at home, or in flight, and release tension in the lower back and spine. Before you begin, reach for a blanket, take off your jacket, and make yourself comfortable. In this Grokker Premium video, Sierra Campbell will focus on releasing the lower back. Prepare to sync your breath with movement, and allow the breath to be slow, steady and calming. All levels welcome.