Looking for a guided meditation? Need a sweaty vinyasa flow? Just beginning? How about a relaxing yin class? Choose a style that fits your mood, energy level or interest.
This class is designed to open your hips and your heart. You'll build strength and flexibility and a deep sense of relaxation in both your body and your mind. It's a complete workout for peace, balance and rejuvenation!
This class is a reminder that we choose our thoughts & everything is energy. We start standing and add a Tai Chi energy flow into several poses. We end with handstands, backbends and hip openers.
Working with the mantra "So-Ham", meaning "I am that", we build a deep standing flow to get out of the mind and into the body. The flow is followed by a brief meditation. SUGGESTED PROPS: 1 Block, 1 Strap
Come to this shorter sequence for a modified, yet strong sequence. This class is great for beginners or those who want a slower paced vinyasa flow.
Ardha Chandrasana, or balancing half-moon, is a fantastic pose to improve hip strength and mobility. It also helps stretch and strengthen the hamstrings all while you engage your core to create balance and extension in the spine. This class breaks down Ardha Chandrasana to make sure you are getting all the benefits this pose has to offer.
Your yoga mat is a rectangle. Your life is not! Join me in this class as we explore some diagonal stretches and subtle strengthening to help improve the ways we move in our everyday life. All poses are done on the back, seated and on the knees. A gentle way to start or end the day and free up tension in hidden areas.
Slow down and connect with your breath in this short meditation to help you fall asleep or get back to sleep if you wake up in the middle of the night. This meditation technique will help calm your mind and prepare for a deep sleep. This meditation technique can calm your body and mind in moments of stress and anxiety. Enjoy.
Wondering if you have tight hips? Here's a simple test. Stand and look down at your feet. If your toes point outward rather than straight ahead, your hip muscles are probably overworked and need to be stretched. For people who sit a long time at work, the hip flexors and rotators become tight, and the gluteal muscles become weak. This combination negatively affects our ability to walk and maintain proper posture. This quick yoga hip sequence focuses on stretching the muscles around the whole circumference of the hip joint.
In this video, Wendy G uses the wall to engage and rotate the shoulders. This is a great 20 minute break from sitting at a computer, holding a baby or after a long commute. Using the wall helps engage the muscles as they are stretched, thus improving mobility.
Do you carry stress in your shoulders, causing back pain and poor posture? If so, this 20 minute yoga sequence will help open your shoulders, increase flexibility, and strengthen your upper body.
Did you know the average American spends around 10 hours of their time sitting down every day? If you are one of those people whose work and lifestyle involve being confined to a chair all day or you regularly like to binge watch your favorite shows on netflix, you might want to check out this yoga sequence by Wendy G. It’s designed to reverse the long-term effects of sitting. Optional Props: Blocks
Whether you need some extra support during a challenging pose, or you want a prop to help you deepen a pose and open up during your practice, there’s one handy yoga prop that everyone has on hand, which often goes unnoticed…I’m talking of course about…the wall! A simple wall can be a yogi’s best friend, providing support, a balancing tool, or stretching assistance.