Even if you only have half an hour, this powerful Kundalini yoga flow with Gloria Latham will help you let go of what’s weighing you down, free yourself from mental and physical restriction and work your body and your mind. Work your core, legs, arms and heart, and stretch and strengthen your spine. Contraindication: if you are pregnant, have high blood pressure or heart or lung issues, check with your doctor before performing Breath of Fire. Try long deep breathing instead.
From the grounding sensations of your hands and feet, enjoy this enlightening hatha flow with Kreg Weiss that takes you through a series of powerful standing and hand balances. The warming strength acquired in this yoga practice is balanced with cooling back line stretches.
A balancing rejuvenating pick up with Meghan Currie for all your body's systems. Simple sweet and an easy practice, like some afternoon chocolate or a nourishing restorative massage. Focus on chilling even when doing.
A short flow that could last a lifetime. Join Clara Roberts-Oss on a wave through the breath and body connecting to all that there is.
There are 3 rhythms in the body, that of the heart, the breath and the brainwaves. This short but sweet namaskar with Clara Roberts-Oss connects you to these inner rhythms. As you move through this sequence, you will be reminded to listen to how these rhythms change and how they affect one another. In A Heartbeat is a well rounded and concise class. Close your eyes and listen.
Often described as “the complete practice”, the sun salutations enhance flexibility and strength while improving cardiovascular health. This yoga class by Danielle Nagel is great if you have limited time. All major muscle groups and joints with be exercised. These poses also massage and stimulate your major internal organs. We will link postures with our breath.
Note - Proceed with caution if you have back, knee, shoulder or wrist issues.
Are you looking to stoke your inner fire? This flow with Clara Roberts-Oss blends strong pranayama breath with asana based kriyas to ignite your inner strength. For those with lethargy, jet lag or just plain old tired.
In this Kundalini yoga class, Gloria Latham takes you through a set of movements with breath work (kriya) intended to strengthen and open your heart center. This area of our body houses our compassion and capacity for boundless love. You'll also work your core, arms and legs.
An all levels exploration of some delicious Yin Yoga postures with Cameron Gilley, filmed in the Rocky Mountains (10,000 feet)! Feel the peace and ease of this wonderful flow.
Featuring Music by Temmy Lewis.
Enliven your mind, your senses, and your spirit in this class with Michelle Trantina. Flowing standing sequences balanced by calm, soothing releases will leave you feeling blissful, stronger, and more focused.
This practice with Bernie Clark is great for people who are short of time and need a deep rest mentally, but also want to work the energy lines along the back of the body. It can also be done before a more active, energetic practice.
Yoga poses include forward bends, baddha konasana, bound angle pose, upavistha konasana, seal pose.
Note – People with spinal problems may wish to go very gently and not hold the poses so long. Anyone with bulging or herniated disc should skip the forward folds.
A short but sweet yoga flow class with Cameron Gilley, focusing on gentle twists to release the spine. A great yoga flow first thing in the morning for a gentle, yet energizing start to the day. Also great before bed, to decompress before sleep. Ideal for relieving stress, toning the core, gently detoxifying and improving digestion.
Kia Miller presents this back-bending inspired vinyasa flow with pranayama and meditation. Bhakti refers to love and devotion; take this opportunity to devote some time to your yoga practice, health and wellness. Great for anyone wanting to release tension, to open their body, detoxify and connect to their hearts.
Open up to gratitude with this challenging Vinyasa flow class from Jennifer Maagendans incorporating powerful hip openers, abdominal toners and balance poses – both right side up and upside down.
Opening Chant – LOKAH SAMASTA SUKHINO BHAVANTU
May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.