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Unroll your mat and begin your yoga journey with Bien. During this class Bien will breakdown the alignment specifically for the warrior poses. Beautifully sequenced for beginners and any student looking to refine their practice.
Welcome to a one hour vinyasa flow class with Yogi Nora. We will be getting into a lot of upper body, strengthening the arms, shoulders and upper back. Just a clean flow practice to remind yourself that you are amazing.
A quick but strong power flow, focused on opening the spine through the layering of twists with backbends. This sequence builds a lot of heat, so it's very detoxifying!
This is a nice flow class with Yogi Nora for beginners. There will be some lovely sun salutes and tips and tricks along the way. You might want to grab a block and a strap.
A strong physical flow incorporating elements of balance, alignment, and core. Participants will have a chance to explore flying pigeon as well. The use of a block is suggested.
A very nice calming practice for your heart to set you up for a beautiful day! Yogi Nora does this practice every day. Grab a block, a stack of book or a pillow.
You will need a block or something similar around the house. Irene suggests maybe a bunched up pair of jeans, just something thicker. This is quick class that will hit the core and lead you into a nice flow.
Advanced class targeting your hips and your heart. Advanced meaning that you know how and when to modify to take the practice to a place that suits you. Maybe grab a block and definitely let go and have fun!!
Join Stephen from Yoga Central as he guides you through a gentle, yet invigorating morning flow.
This is an all levels vinyasa flow that will create mobility as well as stability in your practice.
Find your full bloom with Rebecca Mayne! Get grounded into the earth, open the hips, gain more flexibility in the knees and lengthen the spine. This class has lots of lotus variations from warming the hips up to Kukutasana and other arm balances, to half lotus in side plank to lotus variations in inversions.
This is a flow designed by Daniel to first open up your upper and lower back and release tension in the chest. As your body starts to warm and open up you will get the opportunity to work into Natarajasana, Lord of the Dance Pose. Daniel keeps it light and fun, even in the most challenging postures. You might want a block and a strap.