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 short and fun yoga practice is here for you when you need to turn your frown upside down. We move through energizing shapes to increase our heartbeat and boost our mood.
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.
Restore your body and mind with this yoga practice that remains seated, on the floor, and leads into deep stretches that release tension and bring about a state of tranquility and peace. Restorative yoga is suitable for practitioners of all levels. Restorative yoga is a restful practice that holds yoga poses (asanas) for a longer duration using props like yoga blocks, blankets, and bolsters. It is a practice of deep relaxation that emphasizes the meditative aspect of yoga—the union of body and mind and allows you to stretch your muscles at the deepest level. Through the use of props for support, many of the postures are held almost effortlessly. Props: 2 blocks, 1 strap, 1 bolster or equivalent of each.
A full body practice that opens the hips, moves through gentle twists, and fires up the core to prepare you for pinchamayurasana, forearm stand. We will break down the alignment for the inversion so you can work your way towards it or learn how to practice it in the center of the room. This all levels practice is uplifting, challenging, and restorative. Enjoy!
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.
Whether you are new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, this meditation is for you. This is a beautiful meditation on the days when your mind is busy or you feel like you need to ground your energy and find peace. Our breath is said to be the gateway from outer awareness to inner awareness. In this 10-minute meditation I will guide you as we sink beneath the surface of our thoughts and our physical body. Entering our inner space, we become the observer. From this empowered place we will practice focusing our attention solely on the breath. This practice will help focus and clear your mind so you can feel more at ease and present in the now. It will remind you that you are not the busy chatter of your mind, but the calm presence behind it. Just breathe and observe. Namaste!
Feeling scattered? Come to this vinyasa yoga practice to both calm and focus your energy in just 10 minutes.
This upbeat flow will help wake you up and get your heart pumping. Come to this practice in the morning to help wake up or anytime you need to feel uplifted!
This shorter but sweeter practice is all about getting cozy and dropping into a place of deep relaxation as we cultivate the quality of our breaths and our awareness.
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!