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Join us for a level 2 class with Mackenzie Miller. During class we will explore a fun and playful vinyasa flow while working into handstand. The only prop you will need is a block, so keep it handy!
Try this fun and playful class as Elinore accurately explains how to find your Eka Pada Koundiniyasana, Eka Pada Galavasana & Grasshopper. You will need one or two blocks for the beginning pose. A blanket is a good substitute.
Govind Das will guide you through a strong Bhakti Vinyasa Flow Class, while Radha and Clay serenade you with their amazing music. This is one of kind class and will leave you feeling full of love and compassion. A must do for everyone! Filmed on location at the Bhakti Yoga Shala in Santa Monica, CA
Mackenzie takes you through a series of positions that leads up to full king pigeon and Natarjasana. You will love her spirit as she motivates you to find your edge but at the same time keep it light and fun.
Join Elinore as she guides you through a wonderful series of postures that leads up to Vasisthasana ( Side Plank). Elinore's passion comes through in this class and her energy will help carry you through the challenges of this routine.
Join Yogi Nora for a strong class as she reminds you to look for the subtleties within your practice. Nothing pushy or forced. This is strong level 3 with a deep stretch at the end of the practice. It will push you to your edge, just remember to keep breathing!
This class has a fun warm up series, with step ups and kick outs, warriors. Be prepared to work hard, but also have some fun.
Elinore will teach you in this short tutorial how to use your block as a perch to get into Bakasana. From there she will guide you to a tripod headstand with ease and grace. Grab a block and let's go!
Bien walks through a vinyasa flow featuring Vasisthasana (side plank pose) to strengthen the obliques, hips and core. This class could be attempted by a beginner with options for an intermediate student.
In this class we will open the shoulders and prepare the body and mind for forearm balance. A strong vinyasa flow is accompanied by key alignment points and techniques, so participants can begin to practice forearm balance. Props needed: block and strap (or small towel). Note: participants may want to practice near a wall.
A very flowy Power Vinyasa class with Arm-balances built right into the momentum of the flow! It will test your flexibility and strength as you will get the chance to effortlessly slide Handstands, Koundinyasana II, Fallen Angel and Dancers Bridge/Wild thing into your practice. This one will feel like your own beautiful dance!
This is a fun Power Vinyasa class in which we flow and then stop and Bakasana/Crow Pose!
You will get to work different variations of Crow, transitions from Crow (headstand/handstand) and jumpbacks. A great class to test all levels of strength. Something for everyone!