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
  • Be The Light

    The body-mind feedback loop has a powerful impact on how you feel and show up in the world. What’s going on in your mind is constantly being expressed through your body and how your body is moving is reflecting in your mental state too!

    This practice includes strong standing poses, expansive sid...

  • Cherish

    This slow flow practice leads to deeper pauses and holds in hip openers to support a need to move energy through your body and then cherish yourself in stillness.

    It focuses on hip mobility and centering balance poses while cultivating nervous system equilibrium.

    You might enjoy being near a wa...

  • Basics

    I created this practice for anyone craving a simple practice, anyone who never got some of the nuts and bolts of the basics, anyone re-starting a practice and of course, anyone who is new to yoga!

    We cover all the orientations – seated, kneeling, inverted, prone, standing and supine and do some ...

  • Charging ⚡️

    Charging…we see it when we plug in our phones and other devices but do we give ourselves the same opportunity to restore your energetic charge?

    This practice aims to do just that – we start with some very simply flow to discharge any energetic debris and then settle into a seated hip opening seq...

  • Reflect

    Reflect has two meanings – there’s a turning inward to witness what you’ve been through and where you’ve come from as well as a shining out of light, sound or heat into the world.

    This practice supports and encourages both a tuning in to assess and a shining out from your heart and what you valu...

  • Replenish

    This practice emphasizes simplicity along with hip stretches and forward bends to support a downshifting of your nervous system to replenish you and sustain your capacity for action.

    We’ll end this practice with a few potent affirmations to help you feel grounded and safe.

    You might like to hav...

  • Bless Up

    Bless Up is an opportunity to ground yourself in gratitude, to connect with our many blessings, even when life feels hard.

    This practice is mostly low to the ground with emphasis on the four quadrants of your hips.

    It culminates with some full-spectrum gratitude affirmations and a blissful sava...

  • Nurture

    This practice creates an opportunity to slow down and turn your awareness inward to take stock of what you NEED right now to feel your best.

    A little bit of simple slow flow plus a couple longer holds in hip openers may be just right for getting right with yourself.

    You might like to have a blo...

  • The Sunrise Within

    This lively practice emphasizes twists as a way to ring out anything that would dim your inner light and leaves you with a sense of rising up into a fresh start.

    We’ll combine flow with core work, balance and standing poses before we wind it down and ground ourselves with a couple well-timed hip...

  • Stabilize

    Stabilize is a practice I created in response to requests for knee friendly practices! It’s the second in the Happy Knees series!

    In this one I focus on stability - poses and movements within poses that will strengthen the muscles that support your knee joints including quadriceps and gluteus m...

  • Renewal

    Renewing ourselves calls for emptying out internal clutter to make space for what we value most.

    This quiet practice emphasizes groundedness in hip openers and twists, breathwork and deep stretches to release the dead weight and open us up to what’s possible.

  • Nourish

    Like a delicious dish rich with layered flavors, this practice includes both dynamic and static stretches to satisfy your entire body mind complex.

    We’ll explore creative takes on some classic poses that will leave you feeling nourished on every level.

  • Sweet Release

    This lunar practice is full of glorious static stretches to support a deep feeling of dissolving the stress of the day in your body.

    We’ll take a journey through all the major joints and common tension spots in your body and invite your parasympathetic nervous system to the party for deep relaxa...

  • Down A Notch

    Some days it feels impossible to THINK ourselves into chill.

    Down A Notch is a hip centric practice that emphasizes APANA or downward moving energy to get you into that state of ease that you’re craving.

    We’ll be sure to touch all 4 quadrants of your hips and prioritize slow, deep breaths to do...

  • Live Asana: Hearts & Hips from Bali 3/15/23

    Live Asana: Hearts & Hips from Bali 3/15/23

    A morning practice on the day we explored Relational Health. Focus is on both our hearts and our hips. Once again my attempt to capture Michael singing live was thwarted, this time by Zoom trying to cancel out "background noise". Hard to do this withou...

  • 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...