Wheel pose is a challenging yoga asana that requires length in the front of the body while the entire back line is engaged. You need open hips, quads and shoulders to do this posture safely. It also requires courage to shift
It’s a new year and what better way to ring in the fresh start than with happy hips! This creative flow sequence helps you open the hips. Physically, more prana flows through this region and you’re able to execute the tasks
Most vinyasa classes today link postures together in a fast-paced sequence. Yet many times you want to teach students to connect more deeply with their body and mind. That’s why a slow flow style class is so appealing! You get to
The Earth’s gravity weighs the body down and negative thoughts of the world can cause your spirits to dwindle. This 75-minute yoga flow sequence uses viloma pranayama to go against the grain of such heavy influences. Instead, you can use this
Dhanurasana is an energizing pose that elongates the spine, opens the shoulders and expands the heart. And, if you (or your students) tend to shy away from backbends, this 75-minute flow sequence will make this challenging pose much more accessible.
Warrior 3 can be a challenging yoga pose, and for good reason. On a physical level, it requires length of the hamstrings, openness of the shoulders, and strength of the core. Mentally, you are called to a higher level of awareness
I am a huge fan of taking yoga classes of all styles. The following sequence is inspired by a local Sarasota studio, Yoga from the Heart. The Iyengar-influenced approach taught there is done is an extremely safe way, and I just