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Did you know that you can improve your entire day simply by breathing a different way? Yes you can and it is just that easy. In this 5 minute practice I will show you two very easy breathing techniques that yogis have been using for thousands of years to induce a state of calm and relaxation. Try it for yourself and see how easy it is to lift your mood and give you easier access to patience, kindness and love. Breathing helps calm the mind and a calm mind is an intelligent mind. Enjoy.
Shoulder Shape Up uses props to help create mobility, stability and strength in the shoulders. In this quick class, you’ll use a towel, weights & a block. This is a great class to help prep the body for things like arm balances, binds and inversions.
Our kids have been through a lot in the last few years. This meditation is a great tool for them to release their worries and make room for light. Join Wendy and her daughter, Aviana for this sweet uplifting meditation.
Learn how to modify your yoga practice during pregnancy. This video is a tutorial on how you can modify your vinyasa practice while expecting. You will learn ways to transition with ease, which props can be very helpful and why, and what to do as your pregnancy progresses.
This class is a quick sitting pranayama class focused on feeling the pause at the top of the inhale and at the bottom of the exhale. This will help improve your lung capacity, give you a greater awareness of your breath and remind you how important it is to take that precious pause we all need from time to time.
This class will provide postures to help alleviate fatigue from congestion and headaches. If you're experiencing any cold or flu symptoms, yoga can provide some relief so you can get some much-needed rest. These postures are gentle, approachable, and can be practiced anywhere where you feel comfortable. Grab a pillow or bolster and let's get started!
Join us for this special class that incorporates fitness exercises into a vinyasa flow. The goal is to work up a sweat while also stretching and lengthening the body. A resistance band and block are recommended for this practice. Get ready to strengthen, feel energized and aligned.
Have you ever been somewhere and you tell yourself you can’t do yoga because you don’t want to touch the floor? This is a quick standing flow do-able anywhere! We’ll stretch and strengthen all the joints to get you ready to stand tall and face your day.
Meditating with a toddler isn't about sitting in a perfect meditation position and expecting everything to just go smoothly. That's not realistic. Meditating with a toddler or any child for that matter, is about creating a peaceful environment. Setting up a safe space for your toddler to either join you or not. When you create a consistent habit of meditation and your children observe you, sometimes they will join you and sometimes they won't. They is to not be attached to the results, but to simply sit quietly and observe. Observe the sounds, the space around you, the energy, etc. When you are calm, most of the time, the people around you will pick up on that energy and be calm as well. When your kids see you meditating, they will come to learn that this is a calm, peaceful, experience and they will want to be a part of it. Just have patience and let it be.
Explore four different ways to enjoy and master a vinyasa. We start with the cobra variation, moving into an arm strengthening upward-facing dog variation, followed by a full chatturunga and upward-facing dog. We finish with a backbend-free variation for the days your low back isn't in the mood.
This breathing exercise is known as Bhramari Breathing or Bumble Bee breath. It is a wonderful tool for both the parent and child for eliminating feelings of anger or frustration.
This calming 5-minute breath practice focuses on humming breath, also known as brahmari. Come to this short tutorial to learn a new breathing tool that will change your life! It is known to calm the nervous system quickly as well as alleviate anger and frustration.