Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga uses postures (asanas) and stretches in combination with the breath to develop flexibility and relaxation. There are many styles of Hatha Yoga. Some use a specific series of postures; others use a flow of movements, while some may use props such as blocks or belts to assist a posture or maximize a stretch. All styles of Hatha Yoga, however, encourage proper alignment of the body and bring balance, strength, and calmness to the practitioner. 

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    Break down this classical yoga pose by looking at each segments of the body separately. Learn to find the strenght and ease in the pose

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    Learn to position head and neck for greater alignment in the shoulderstand and be safe there for the restorative effect.

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    If you want to build your headstand practice to a level of rock solid, the drills here will help you build it. 

    Expcore ways to improve for rock solid headstands

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    Stay healthy and thrive, use this class when you want to nourish your whole body.

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    In this practice we explore ways to improve our arm balances with a special focus on handstands

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    This practice is designed to prepare and warm up the body for arm balances. With push-ups and advance flow through Sun Salutations we aim to build strength, flexibility and power.

    You can practice with this video, before your arm balance practice, or, as an individual morning practice, to awaken and warm up the body while building strength and power. 

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    This practice is a nice high tempo warm-up and work out to build strength and flexibilty for those who have Sun Salutations. in their practice. Towards the end we focus to plank-chaturanga-urdhva mukha svanasana/upward facing dog transition. 

    You can do anytime especially good in winter time. Practice with this video, before your hatha practice, or, as an individual morning practice, just to get your blood flowing, joints open and get yourself ready for the practice, or the day ahead of you. 

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    This practice is a nice all levels warm up, you can do anytime especially good in winter time. Practice with this video, before your hatha practice, or, as an individual morning practice, just to get your blood flowing, joints open and get yourself ready for the practice, or the day ahead of you.

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    This class can be used as a stand alone class before or to relax anytime. It can be added to any one of your more active practices or activities like running to get a deep stretch and balance your energy

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    Sometimes it's really good to take it down, slow it down and observe the more subtle energies moving in your body. This pranayama and meditation practice combines with a supported asana encourages us to turn our inner gaze to these subtleties.

    You need blocks or a chair to put your legs on for this practice

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