45-60 Minutes

45-60 Minutes

45-60 minute home practices for when you've got more time to dedicate to self-care.

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45-60 Minutes
  • 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...

  • Earthly Delight

    This practice is an embodied ode to our glorious planet Earth.

    We’ll move through a story of postures that invoke reverence, delight, care and celebration.

    It’s an opportunity to celebrate being a part of life on Earth and in your earthly body!

    And I’ll close the practice with a special offeri...

  • 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...

  • Live Asana 2/6/22

    Live Asana 2/6/22 - Februrary 2022 Theme: Self-Love - A heart-centered and creative practice. Light hearted and engaging!

  • Live Asana - Winter Solstice 2021

    Live Asana - Winter Solstice 2021 - Downtempo but still luminous. Hip openers that celebrate your inner light.

  • HIPnotic

    HIPnotic is one of my signature hip-centric practices and I absolutely LOVE teaching it.

    Your “hip muscles” are actually quite diverse and as a very mobile ball-and-socket joint (second only to your shoulder!), it’s important to acknowledge all the muscles that act on the joint, not just the one...

  • Solid Ground

    Focus on the present moment has been an effective technique for getting grounded since time immemorial.

    This practice emphasizes legs and hips and your relationship to the solid ground beneath you to support your feeling of presence and stability.

    You might like to have a block for this practice.

  • Nectar

    Nectar is a rich and sweet liquid produced in the depths of a flower. As such, I’ve always associated it with essence and the sweetness of our life experiences – like we savor the nectar of our experiences so we don’t miss them.

    Today’s practice is nectarian in that it is slow flow leading to re...

  • Isle of Calm

    This home practice is a RESILIENCY supporting practice informed by the Earth and Water elements.

    In Yoga’s sister science Ayurveda, your inherent resiliency is called OJAS and a practice like this supports healthy ojas to meet the challenges of life head on with strength and competency.

    It’s a ...

  • Balanced Energy

    Sometimes you need to rev up to balance yourself. Sometimes you need to downshift to balance yourself. And sometimes, you need to maintain the balance you’ve got!

    This is one of my SolaLuna practices that is a balanced blend of solar, or active energy and lunar, or receptive energy. We start out...

  • YINside

    This contemplative Yin Yoga practice serves the dual purposes of tractioning all 4 quadrants of your physical hips, front, inner, back and outer AND in drawing your awareness towards your inner landscape to foster quietude within.

    Suggested props: 2 blocks or large books and a blanket or towel

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  • Wring It Out

    In those times when we just feel FULL of emotions, of responsibilities, of ideas, of stress, nothing satisfies quite like a deep twisting practice to holistically wring yourself out.

    This active yet methodically paced home practice combines stretching your side body with lots of different twists...

  • Transmute ~ Working With Anger

    I'm not a fan of pretending we always experience love and light! Our shadow side is an amazing teacher, if we learn how to work with it skillfully. In this case, anger is something we all experience from time to time and a natural part of being human. When we try to suppress it, deny it or hide i...

  • The HIPness

    Lots of different muscles and other tissues work together in support of our hips moving in all the ways they do.

    This Integrated Vinyasa practice aims to address every single one!

    Besides the anatomical benefits of maintaining healthy range of motion, hip-centric classes like this can also be s...

  • Steady As She Goes

  • Stay Grounded Stay Open

    This Integrated Vinyasa practice is a sweet combo of hip openers and heart openers to support feeling steady, stable and grounded without losing your sense of open-heartedness and receptivity.So helpful in stressful times when we start to shut down.

    Suggested prop is a bolster or folded blanket ...

  • Neck & Shoulders: Tension Relief

    Two of the most common tension areas are your neck and your shoulders.

    But relieving the tension doesn't work so well when we try to force it out. If our bodies feel under attack, they'll lock down even more.

    nstead, this practice involves fluid, mindful movement through your entire range of mo...

  • Moonrise ~ Lunar Slow Flow

    This Integrated Vinyasa home practice has a downtempo energy meant to support you in activating your relaxation response through slow, rhythmic movement, mindful transitions and grounding hip openers.

    Take your time and savor this downshift.

    Suggested props: If you have 2 yoga blocks or big boo...

  • Low Back Love

    At one time or another, just about everyone has experienced low back pain due to overuse, underuse, strain or stress.

    I created this home practice to support you in gently moving your spine in every direction, to stretch and strengthen the muscles that do that and to bring awareness to abdominal...

  • Know Your Own Strength

    Challenging times in life call for a keen awareness of our resilience and fortitude.

    This Integrated Vinyasa practice gives you opportunities to witness your holistic strength by including a Progressive Namaskar flow sequence, empowered standing poses and accessible arm balances. And because eve...

  • Invincible

    This Integrated Vinyasa home practice is inspired by the Hindu deity Durga, whose name means INVINCIBLE

    Her mythology is that she faces the impossible battle, one she's unlikely to win because nobody has succeeded before her. But in the heat of it, she finds an inner well of power to triumph.

    M...

  • Immunity Boost

    There are a lot of ways we can support our immunity like rest, hydration and keeping our stress levels down. Another way is to support the movement of lymph, which collects and clears away toxins in our bodies.

    This practice focuses on movement at the main lymph node sites - throat, armpits, gro...

  • Decompress

    Decompression is the relief of high pressure. I created this home practice for anyone who is feeling like they've been steadily working with high pressure that's coming from any number of sources.

    The practice begins with slow flow to help you move the impact of high pressure through and out you...

  • Patience

    Patience requires the dual powers of stamina and softening.

    In this home practice, we’ll explore and embody both through repetition, which requires stamina, and hip openers that require softening.

    We’ll also have some well-timed check-ins on our current patience levels as well.

    This fruits of...