Corework is a necessary evil. Do this practice regularly and watch how strong your vinyasa practice becomes.
This is an all levels vinyasa flow that will create mobility as well as stability in your practice.
The whole body yin class wil leave yoiu energized yet calm, strong yet serene.
This is an All Levels class in which the focus will be on arm balances and inversions. Feel free to slow things down a bit, or take your practice up a notch. Stay flexible, work with your body, and have fun.
No Wrist yoga flows with no weight bearing on wrists, as we've all had people tell us yoga is too hard on their wrists. This class is also great for those who have difficulty in standing poses.
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.
Join Govind Das and the Bhakti Yoga Shala yogis for a balancing and harmonizing devotionally flowing vinyasa adventure into the Heart! Set to an energizing soundtrack of Govind Das and Radha'a internationally recognized kirtan music, this practice is a great daily tool for all yogis that love to practice in the mood of dharma, devotion, and self-love.
Join Elinore and Autumn as they guide and demonstrate for you multiple versions of scorpion. Be prepared to open your thoracic spine and shoulder girdle. You will need a block.