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 Live Yoga Flow | Return to Center

    Welcome to the New Moon and a time of seasonal transition! If you have been feeling a bit off, hurried, rushed, overwhelmed - this is the time to slow down and return to center - your center! We focus on movement to settle and calm followed by longer held forward folds and a guided meditation (...

  • Yin Yoga | Harmonizing Solar & Lunar Energy

    Within Traditional Chinese Medicine and yoga tradition, the concepts of solar/lunar, yin/yang, masculine/feminine sun/moon are intertwined. Recognizing the value inherent in both sides, the blending of a little of the other in each, and the center upon which all of this clings - this is where th...

  • New Moon Live Yoga Flow | Adventure Awaits

    Welcome to the New Moon in Gemini and to a time of great adventure!

    It takes courage and trust to venture into the unknown, yet this is where the greatest rewards are to be found. It is time to step boldly forward with courage, an open mind, and and open heart.

    Have you been feeling the need t...

  • Restorative Yoga for SI Joint & Low Back Pain Care

    Restorative Yoga can be a beautifully supportive and healing practice when you are struggling with an SI Sacroiliac joint flareup and/or lower back pain and can aid you in recovery. As someone who has struggled with SI joint issues for over 10 years, this is a go to practice to release and allow...

  • Solar Plexus Chakra Restorative Yoga with Affirmations

    The Solar Plexus Chakra is the seat of our personal power, our will, our sense of self confidence and the last of our lower chakras before we enter the gateway to the upper chakras. It is here we connect to the element of fire - finding a balance between over use of our personal power to the det...

  • Yinspired Yoga Flow | Satya | Truthfulness

    Satya - our second Yama asks us to explore honesty, truthfulness, authenticity in our lives. In this practice we ask the question, What Is True Here Now? as it applies to our practice, our thoughts, our emotions, and our actions. Reminding us to be fully present in this moment to bring more "tr...

  • Yinspired Yoga Flow | Ahimsa | Nonharming

    Ahimsa is the first Yama in the Yamas and Niyamas in the 8 fold path of yoga. The Yamas are the basic tenets for our relationships with the world and this first Yama is the guide post for all that follow. This Yama is often interpreted as nonviolence or non-harming and can include refraining fr...

  • Yinspired Full Body Yin Yang Yoga Fusion | Breathe

    Blending myofascial release, Yin Yoga poses and mindful flow - this Yin Yang fusion practice focuses on opening the chest, upper back, side body, and shoulders. Explore flowing movement and extended holds to build strength and mobility throughout the entire body.

    Props: 2 blocks (or pick one...

  • Yin Yoga RELEASE | Full Body Yoga

    Maybe you need to release body tension and tightness; maybe you need to release some thoughts and feelings you have been struggling with; maybe you need to release some ideas or people that no longer serve your higher growth and good. Whatever you need to release - join me for breath, mindful mo...

  • Winter Yin Yoga | Turn Inward & Connect to Your Flow

    Winter time is a time of all of nature turning inward, storing up, healing, resting and connecting to our natural inner flow in preparation for Spring with it's new ideas and activity. Now is the time to slow down, soften, and allow. It's a time of preparation and that means healing and rest. ...

  • {Y}ingenuity | Lungs | Prime Minister

    In Traditional Chinese Medicine, our Lungs are the Prime Minister or Minister of Heaven for the body - protecting and detoxifying the body through the skin and the breath - taking in fresh prana to "feed" the body, and helping maintain balanced fluid through working with the kidneys.

    The Lungs...

  • Sacral Chakra Restorative Yoga with Affirmation

    The Sacral Chakra is the seat of our creativity, sensuality, sexuality and relationships with others (and to some extent, ourselves). It is about flow and the element associated is water. The Sacral Chakra is located in the bowl of the pelvis and incorporates the hips, thighs, and pelvic area -...

  • New Moon Live Yoga | Slow Sweet Self Care

    S...L...O...W... down. Enjoy this moment, be present and breathe. With the world whirling around us, sometimes we think only of what's next on our list rather than experiencing this magical moment. In this practice we focus on slow movements with longer holds to explore our thoughts, emotions,...

  • Autumn Equinox Yin Yoga

    Here we are at the Autumn Equinox - a time of BIG transition. From the warmth of summer and the fire and earth energy to the cooler temps, change in food, and nature transitioning. Just like the trees, we go through this transition and supporting this transition is pivotal in making it go smoot...

  • Yin Yoga for Autumn | Transition

    It's the time of transition from late summer to fall and for many this transition can be challenging both mentally and physically - resulting in energy feeling stuck or low and digestion struggling. In Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, there is a period of time between seasons in which ...

  • Yin Yoga First Responders, Emergency Personnel & Firefighters

    Thank you for your sacrifice. Thank you for your care. Thank you for your compassion. Thank you for taking such good care of us...

    To all of the medical personnel, first responders, firefighters, emergency care personnel - this is for YOU. Full body practice to unwind tension, release tightne...

  • Yin Yoga for Anger & Frustration | Liver Meridian

    Everyone believes anger is a bad thing but in reality, it's a natural part of our human psyche. Instead of pushing it down, pretending it isn't there, ignoring it - anger is often a great way to explore, experience, and make positive change.

    Today we explore anger through the Liver meridian (th...

  • New Moon Lunar Yin Yoga | Creativity & Sensuality

    Each New Moon, our energy naturally wanes and we find ourselves being more reflective, more introspective and needing more time to settle, ground, breathe and center. Yin is perfect for this. In this practice we hold our poses longer, focusing on the Liver meridian and forward folds. We set ou...

  • Full Moon Yin Yoga | Gratitude

    The full moon is the peak of our energy cycle and the time of the month when we have the most energy and are at our most active. This is a time to look back over the lunar cycle to see what you have manifested, let go, and feel gratitude for each step in your month that has brought you to this p...

  • Waxing Moon Yin Yoga | Action & Expression

    You have set your intentions for this lunar cycle during the New Moon and now your energy is rising, and you are ready to take action! Today we connect to our Solar Plexus Chakra to stimulate our personal will and to our Throat Chakra to express our authentic self.

    Using these two chakras, ...

  • Waning Moon Yin Yoga | Letting Go

    The Waning Moon is the beginning of the downward turn of our energy and it is a time of release - letting go of whatever is holding you back so you can move forward at the New Moon. There is no better area to work with than the hips when it comes to letting go as the hips are dense with connecti...

  • Elemental Yin Yoga Fire | Heart Meridian | Summer

    The element of fire is associated with summer, the heart and small intestine meridians and the heart chakra. In this practice we focus on opening and balancing the Heart and Small Intestine meridians that run on the inner seam of the arm, into the neck and chest. Focusing on these meridians can...

  • Elemental Yin Yoga Metal | Autumn | Quieting

    In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Metal element peaks in Autumn - a natural time of quieting and turning inward. Many people find they become more introspective and nostalgic during this season and it's a great time to work with your creative side (coming up with new ideas and plans for the w...

  • Elemental Yin Yoga Water | Flow with Grace | Winter

    In our practice today we focus on the Kidney/Bladder meridians, the element of water and the season of winter. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, this season/element are the peak of the Yin cycle - the time of turning inward, connecting to ourselves deeply, and flowing with our natural rhythms.
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