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Links to Specific Class Types
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If you’re new – or newer – to yoga, here are a few classes to get you started (safely).
An introduction to online yoga. Learn how to “leave your luggage outside the door” and be in the moment, safely.
Another gentle introduction to online yoga. Learn proper alignment and how to approach your home practice.
This class is a beginner breakdown of Sun Salutations and a few more active poses like Warrior III.
Learn the basic components that go into structuring your own home practice, so you can DIY your yoga experience.
Quick Yoga Classes
A 1-hour practice for a day when you don’t really want to do yoga. A progressive practice for one of “those days” to help you start somewhere.
A more active 1-hour practice to help us face a busy or anxious day. Connecting with the body and breath can make all the difference.
A 45-minute practice based around multiple rounds of sun salutations.
A 45-minute more-active strength-building and balancing practice.
A 30-minute standing practice incorporating a few rounds of Sun Salutations, so you can fully move and the body in a short amount of time.
A 30-minute practice that helps us deal with anger and frustration. How can we use our internal fire to transform and work it through (and out) the body.
Sometimes life isn’t what you expect. This gentle practice helps you take the flexibility from yoga out into the world.
This gentle floor-based practice is ideal for practicing during hot weather. Move and stretch so you don’t overheat!
A yoga practice for when you don’t want to do yoga, with plenty of stretching. Ease into the body with slow movements.
A yoga practice that breaks down the idea of what makes us happy, examining “being” versus “doing.”
A “doga” practice with my two fuzzy helpers. An exploration of what it’s like to practice with our furry companions.
A class with dog helpers, examining what to do when we’re overwhelmed and “too busy” for self-care.
Integral Hatha Yoga
This is the basic Level 1 Integral Yoga Hatha-style class.
This is a Level 2 Integral Yoga Hatha-style class.
Slow-Paced Yoga Classes
Restorative yoga poses are held for around 5-10 minutes each. The practice is focused on the parasympathetic nervous system and stress relief.
Yin yoga is a wonderful complement to our other practices. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes and focus on the joints and connective tissue.
Take care of your back with this slow and gentle floor-based practice.
Special thanks to friend and fellow yoga teacher Gena Rockwell for the basic structure of this class, which I adapted.
This 35-minute class is a purifying breath and stretching practice that helps cleanse and clear out the body.
(More) Active Yoga
An active practice for the first day of spring, with an exploration of breath and body through movement.
This practice helps us explore how yoga can help us cultivate an easeful body, a peaceful mind, and a useful life.
Under stress, humans tend to take shallow breaths. Learn how to tap into the relaxation response through deep breathing.
A practice in honor of Beltane, an ancient celebration of spring, breaking the symbolic chains of winter.
When there is no “playbook” for our current situation, how can we bring compassion to the playing field (including self-compassion)?
A practice that explores the power of imagination, to turn inward and find a space where we can find peace. (And a random Calvin & Hobbes reference.)
Centering in Four Directions
This practice asks the listener to ground below, rise above, and center behind and in front of the physical body. It then guides you to reflect on your deeper purpose before making your way back out into the world, calm and focused.
A systematic method of complete relaxation, holistically addressing the body’s physiological and neurological needs. It reduces stress and anxiety, regulates blood pressure and the adrenal glands, and allows you to relax by unwinding the nervous system.