Yoga 45-60 Minutes

Yoga 45-60 Minutes

Perfect for when you have a little more time to spare and want to go deeper into your practice. Restorative, Yin, Mindful Flow.

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Yoga 45-60 Minutes
  • New Moon Restorative Yoga | The Wisdom to Know the Difference

    Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the thins I can; and, the wisdom to know the difference.

    Many of us have read or heard of the Serenity Prayer, but how do you apply it in your everyday living? We tap into our intuition, listen carefully to our ...

  • Dreaming In Color | New Moon Yoga Nidra & Sound Bath

    "We dream in color...but we live in black and white..." (Jefferson Starship)

    These words were in a song by Jefferson Starship and it was one of my favorite songs ever - still gives me goosebumps when I hear it. Why? Because each of us dreams beautiful, vivid, technicolor dreams but we are too...

  • A Heart Wide Open | New Moon Yin Yoga Benefit

    Today's New Moon practice is a very special dog rescue benefit for the global initiative Yoga Stops Yulin to help bring more awareness to the plight of dogs and cats in southeast Asia and to support those on the ground helping rescue these animals and fight for change. For more information on ho...

  • Balancing Your Energy | New Moon Yoga

    Summer is here and our energy is peaking - not only upwards but outwards. We may feel pulled to "do" everything at once, start a bunch of new things, share our energy everywhere but is this sustainable? There is time - time to enjoy, savor, explore, experience the summer with mindfulness and at...

  • Artist's Way | New Moon Yoga Nidra

    Stillness, breath, presence - these are the keys to opening up your artist's mind. The artist is fully in the moment and that is where inspiration comes from. Join me for this gentle movement practice followed by a full length yoga nidra to soften, and BE.

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Ishvara Pranidhana | Surrender

    What does it mean to surrender and why is it so hard? Surrender is one of the hardest things to do - to release control and agency to something greater than oneself. This is what the Yamas & Niyamas have been leading us up to - preparing for this very challenging idea.

    Join me as we explore su...

  • Savor the Moment | New Moon Restorative Yoga

    Honor the energy of this New Moon with a sweet Restorative Yoga practice to help you release fully, relax deeply, and connect mindfully to your senses.

    Affirmation: The sweetness of life flows to me and through me, and I radiate its joy.

    Reading: Honoring Sensuality by Pixie Lighthorse from P...

  • Yoga for Energetic Grounding | Full Body

    Ever feel as if you have picked up too much of others energy or situations in your life have you feeling overwhelmed with nervous energy? Sometimes emotional energy can get stuck in our bodies and the best way to discharge it is to move, shift the energy and ground it. In this practice we are w...

  • A Beginners Mind | New Moon Spring Prep Yoga

    Welcome to the New Moon in Aries - energy rising for Spring and the fiery energy of Aries! Today we are working with building a bit of heat to burn off what is no longer needed, and focusing on balancing and supporting the liver/gallbladder meridian organ systems as we move into Spring. What se...

  • Wood Element Restorative Yoga

    Springtime is the energy of wood and the liver/gallbladder meridians. It's a time of detoxification, clearing out the denseness and heaviness of winter. In this practice we use the support of props to help us settle in and allow the poses to do all of the work for us as we support our natural d...

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Tapas | Discipline

    Tapas is probably one of the most misunderstood of the Yamas & Niyamas. It can be translated as fire, heat, discipline and is most often interpreted as more active practice (in yoga at least). But how can we apply the energy of tapas to our lives to inspire, to change, to transition, to break t...

  • Yinspired Yoga Fusion | INVITE | Heart & Hips

    What do you want to invite into your life right now? Do you have space? This practice is all about making some space - stretching, opening, releasing the heart space and hips - to make room for all that you desire. Ready to invite? A blend of myofascial release, Yin Yoga, and Hatha/flow pract...

  • Winter Restorative Yoga | Honoring the Energy of Wintering

    What does it mean to Winter? Many of us have lost touch with the natural seasonal cycles due to electronics, lights, and our fast paced world but we need to circle back to wintering. Wintering is that time when we slow down, reflect, rest, restore, heal, and practice deep creativity so that whe...

  • Metal Element Restorative Yoga

    The element of Metal in Traditional Chinese Medicine is related to fall/autumn and the lung/large intestine meridians located in the arms/chest/upper shoulders. In this practice we soften, support, and use the poses to get deep into these tissues to make more space.

    Props: 1-2 blankets (blanke...

  • Supportive Yin Yoga | Full Body Self Compassion

    Sometimes we are struggling in our lives and we need some support but are hesitant to ask for it or accept it. In this practice we work with embodying that support, opening ourselves up to the sweetness of feeling cared for and loved. Gather a few props and join me on the mat for some sweet sel...

  • Shine So Bright | New Moon Live Nurturing Yoga Flow

    This New Moon we are exploring living our light openly - allowing our inner light to shine forth completely and openly. This is a full body practice where we work with the every fascial line and meridian. Gentle, inviting, allowing...
    Props: any props you feel would help you today in your prac...

  • Mindful Yoga Flow | Aparigraha | Releasing Attachment

    Aparigraha, the 5th of the Yamas (8 Limbs of Yoga), is often translated as nonattachment. In this practice we explore releasing attachment through opening up to possibility, listening to our bodies and what they need in this moment, letting go of expectations and allowing the present and our pra...

  • Yin Yoga | Unraveling Emotional Knots

    Sometimes we can feel all wound up as if we are a rope all tied in knots. Whether this be mental or emotional this can be reflected in our bodies and a great way to unwind it all is to begin with the physical body. Join Lucy and I as we explore "knotted to unwound" poses in our bodies - making ...

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Santosha | Contentment

    Today we are exploring the 2nd Niyama - Santosha or contentment. What does it mean? How can we incorporate more Santosha into our everyday lives, our practice, our self care? Enjoy a grounding, root chakra focused practice with lots of Lucy assistance...

    Props: 1 blanket but gather any and a...

  • Full Body Yin Yoga @ the Wall

    Join me at the wall as we use a prop everyone has to ground, center, and explore depth in our practice. Full body practice - upper and lower body included. Enjoy a bit of Lucy and stay to the end for an extra....

    Props: a wall and optional blanket/towel (blanket: http://amzn.to/2v0U0eh)

  • Yin Yoga | Setting Healthy Boundaries

    How do we set healthy boundaries and enforce them? In this practice will be strengthening and balancing our Pericardium and Lung meridian organ systems as well as adding a little fire with our Solar Plexus Chakra to help us set and maintain boundaries for ourselves and others.

    Props: 1 blanket...

  • Yin Yoga for Deep Sleep | Heart Meridian

    Our heart meridians are connected to our ability to sleep deeply, fully and soundly - to essential rest peacefully. When this organ system is out of balance - we feel overstimulated, cravings, longing and struggle to settle down. When in balance - we feel joy, peace, stillness, calm, compassion...

  • Mindful Yoga Flow | Brahmacharya | Energy Management

    Each day we awaken we begin with new energy - what will we do with it, how will we use it, how long will it last, how do we conserve it for emergencies? Some will use all of their energy in a big outpouring and others will trickle it out as a precious resource and others will vary between one en...

  • Restorative Yoga for Grief & Loss

    We all grieve in our own way and at our own pace and while we need time and space to allow the mind/body to heal, we can also help ourselves by engaging in practice like this one to fully support us and comfort us. Join me for this sweet breath practice, along with yoga poses focusing on softnes...