30-45 Minutes

30-45 Minutes

30-45 minutes for a "main course" style home practice that still leaves time and space for everything else in your life!

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30-45 Minutes
  • Integration

    This practice supports taking a pause to integrate what’s been going on in your life lately.

    It gives you a chance to digest recent experiences and process them through a methodical pace, mindful breathing and hip openers of all 4 quadrants of your hips.

    May it be of benefit, especially during...

  • Back At It

    For a lot of us, our mid and upper backs lose mobility due to posture, lifestyle and a lot of the same movements over and over again.

    This practice aims to restore some mobility and increase a feeling of freedom in your mid and upper back as well as their neighbors, your shoulders.

    It combines ...

  • Cool Down

    Whether it’s after a training session or it’s just HOT outside, this practice will support you in cooling down your entire body-mind complex.

    We’ll move slowly with deep stretches and focus on forward bends and hip openers to pacify both your physical and energetic heat.

    And we’ll finish of wit...

  • Heart of Gold

    This practice enlivens your heart center – all 360 degrees of it.

    If you’re feeling a little dull or just want to amplify your heart’s offerings, this practice will help!

    It includes side openers, chest expansion, twists and a little core cultivation to get you feeling empowered, free and shin...

  • In Focus: A Classic Practice

    Flow is fun but there’s something so powerful about a classic practice that invites us to sharpen our focus and hone our awareness in the individual postures.

    This alignment-centered practice creates an opportunity for you to make some refinements and reconnect with the activations within postur...

  • Recovery Boost

    This practice aims to support your physical and mental recovery through both slow flow and static stretching.

    The sequence provides stretches to all major muscle groups while the pacing and vibe give your mind and nervous system a chance to downshift and restore.

    It’s a great recovery practice ...

  • Yoga For Emotional Overload

    This antidote to emotional overload embraces simplicity, breathwork, evidence-based techniques and downward-energy movements and postures to support your return to feeling, focused, safe and centered.

    We’ll tap into the power of movement to support an emotional shift.

    And we keep it simple to s...

  • Full Circle: Move In A Mandala

    Full Circle is a “mandala” practice – a mandala is a circular, sacred space that represents wholeness and is a container in which you can flourish.

    Inside the mandala, you celebrate your inner world, your creativity and offerings.

    We’ll move through familiar poses in a circular pattern in a sea...

  • Yoga For Anxiety

    This practices supports you in centering and grounding when you’re experiencing a bout of anxiety!

    One point of focus is APANA, or the downward flow of energy so you start to come out of the head-spin and get grounded. The other focus is SAMANA or the inward flow of energy so you regain a feelin...

  • Yoga For After Sitting

    Whether its work from home or at the office, long hours in the car or unbearably long plane rides, it is so nice to have a yoga practice on hand for after long periods of sitting.

    This practice focuses on chest, shoulders, core and hips to open you back up and restore some balance to your body a...

  • Awake & Alive

    This is great for a morning yoga practice or any time of day that you want a little boost.

    It’s joint friendly with a lot of room to find what’s just right for you and has just a bit of core activation to stoke your inner fire.

    Let’s get you feeling awake and alive!

  • Happy Knees

    This is a strength and stability practice to support those hard working joints, your knees.

    This practice pays special attention to not hyperextending your knees, where your quads, hamstrings, calves and shins can be mostly passive and avoids deep knee bending as well as avoids all postures tha...

  • Slow & Low

    Sometimes the best antidote for stress is simplicity.

    This practice is just that, simple and effective with hip openers and spinal flow with an overall feeling of gentleness and kindness for yourself.

    It can be just what you need for working with anxiety, grief, the blues or anytime you need a ...

  • Grateful For Grounding

    This stabilizing practice combines hip openers with twists for that sublime result of feeling centered and grounded.

    In busy times, sometimes the most effective way to achieve a desired mental and emotional state is to go through your body. The movements in this practice are a reminder that you ...

  • Encore

    This practice is the Encore. It’s a time when we often expect to hear a band’s classic song or two, those tunes that people never seem to tire of hearing and we leave on a high note, already excited for the next show.

    And so, this class is a classic – made up of all classic yoga poses that have ...

  • Set Break

    Set Breaks during a live show are about sustainability – a little recalibration and rejuvenation for a strong second set.

    This practice is for those much needed Set Break moments in your life – some slow movement through all your joints culminating in an efficient and powerful bit of restorative...

  • First Set

    First Set is where the vibe is ignited – personally I’m a fan of opening with a banger that gets the energy flowing for everyone!

    This practice gets you moving right away to elevate your vibes and move anything that’s stuck right through you.

    The playlist includes artists who were intending to...

  • Get Grounded

    Stress can feel like a wind storm within. And in high winds, you always want to ground yourself.

    This downtempo practice supports you in feeling steady, stable and grounded through slow, methodical movement, hip openers and breathwork.

  • Energetic Detox

    While your liver does the amazing work of detoxing your physical body, sometimes an energetic detox is in order!

    This practice is informed by the fire element, the element of detoxification, and is composed of smart movements and sequences that support you moving energetic toxins through your bo...

  • Fluid Flow

    This water element inspired practice is a continual flow of movement and breath without any significant long holds.

    It’s fluid effects are felt as dissolving tension patterns, like solid ice melting.

    It’s a perfect practice for when you’re feeling the urge to move and breathe freely to find eas...

  • Moon Landing

    In Yoga, the energy of grounding, soothing and releasing is considered lunar energy.

    This super-chill practice that focuses on hip and leg stretches was designed to embody lunar energy for letting go of stress, anxiety and worry.
    It ends with a series of affirmations to support a healthy headspa...

  • First Light

    This is what I’d call a low-key fire element practice. Not blazing, but more like the sun just rising or just about to set.

    The energy and activation are there in the form of twists and expansive postures but it’s tempered by a feeling of calm and groundedness.

    This is a great practice to get ...

  • On The Road - AM Practice

    As the name would suggest, this practice pair is designed for travel! Sometimes you’re in tight spaces, sometimes you don’t have as much time as usual.

    The AM practice is great for daytime, wherever and whenever you can squeeze it in. In addition to some well-rounded postures, it includes a litt...

  • Fresh Air

    This practice is like stepping out for a breath of fresh air.

    It supports you in activating your life force and reinvigorating yourself.

    I included expansive movements within poses, just the right amount of flow and simple heart openers to lift you up.