Vinyasa

The word vinyasa comes from Sanskrit words Nyasa which means ‘to place’ and Vi ‘in a specific way’. Vinyasa style practices are based on the specifically sequenced flows. The practice resembles to a story, it has a theme/focus, an opening/introduction, a development towards the focus, and a closing parts. It has either a peak pose where the practice progresses towards, or a focus theme, which the practice builds around. Vinyasa is a vigorous flowing practice, based on the proper alignment and breath/movement connection. Practice, while helping the body to become stronger, more flexible and in balance, mentally as the breath/movement connection progresses, the mind becomes calmer, clearer, more focused.

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    This sequence specifically designed for Valentine's day. There are 4 poses, everybody seems to be in love with: Bakasana , Hanumanasana , Urdhva Dhanurasana, Headstand and here they are for your love of the practice!

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    If you only have practising 10 Yoga poses in your mind for today, this practice is for you.

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    This short practice effectively prepares you for the day ahead of you. And the great thing is, you can do it while you are still in bed in the morning!

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    This well rounded practice we will be playing with the time holding and flowing through asanas.

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    This fast paced warm up practice is sequenced around the Sun Salutations, you will be moving with the breath, and at the end of the practice you'll feel warmed up inside out.

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    This practice focuses on the idea of one needs to set their sadhana and stick to it because the change will come, but not necessarily towards the direction we hope for, unless we mindfully work towards it.

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    The story of Hanuman is a very famous story in Yogic mythology. He is the embodiment of love and devotion. In this class, we follow his journey, using different yoga poses to explore the symbolism of what he represents and at the same time become our own versions of this legend. Enjoy lots of hips and hamstring opening, back ends and strong flow in this super fun class.

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    Practice this sequence to link together the poses of the March challenge. It is also a great well rounded class with lots of focus on alignment so you can learn how to build poses from the ground up.

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    The stronger your core, the stronger your practice, this class will address all of the muscles that support the length of your spine. With a strong spine our posture gets better and we can relieve pressure out of the lower back. When we have a strong connection to our core, we move with more stability and purpose through our days. In this class we will do “unclassical” core work. No sit-ups allowed. Try Side Plank and different forms of twists to really work muscles that you didn’t even know you had. Enjoy.

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    We tend to think that just because we can't hold headstand in the middle of the room that we should avoid inversions all together. This class is to prove to you that you can do anything that you set your mind to. In this class, we practice all types of inversions but not how you would typically think of them. Use this class when you want to remind yourself that it isn't about "wishing" you could do something…It is remembering that with intention you can do anything you want.