Core

Core

These home practices emphasize strengthening your core including, abdominals, back and stabilizers. While these home practices also include movements and postures that touch other areas of your body, they accentuate the hub of our body, all 360 degrees of our core.

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  • Heart Warming

    This is a practice for ventilating your heart center – to clear away any heaviness or stuckness in your chest, upper back and shoulders.

    It begins with a progressive vinyasa flow, evolving one element each round and culminates with a beautiful and accessible heart-opener before settling back dow...

  • 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...

  • Heartcore

    A fire in your belly ignites brilliance in your heart.

    This practice is equal parts core cultivation and heart openers to activate your third and fourth chakra energies!

    It also supports core strength and chest and shoulder stretch to keep you strong and supple.

    I’ve woven them together in a w...

  • Twist of Fate

    A twist of fate is an unexpected change in circumstances and often our Yoga practice provides just that, a shift.

    This practice uses twists of all sorts to shift your perspective and wring out any stagnancy or stuck thoughts and emotions. There's an option for a twisted arm balance and alternati...

  • Energize

    When life gives us obstacles, we want to meet them with the dual powers of fortitude and flexibility. A belief in our ability to rise to the challenge but without attachment to how it unfolds.

    This practice harnesses your energy with postures that support you being strong, supple and radiant.

    E...

  • Steady & Strong

    Did you know bison walk INTO a storm, unlike other animals like cattle? They instinctively know the fastest way out of a storm is to go directly through it rather than to drift with the winds of the storm.

    Walking into challenges, both those we choose and those we don’t, requires steadiness and ...

  • Change of Pace

    Today’s practice includes 3 distinct and cohesive segments: Activation, Transformation and Completion. It’s a well-rounded mobility practice that includes strength work as well stretch.

    The emphasis is on moving and breathing not on auto-pilot but with total awareness. To support this effort, we...

  • Purify

    To purify is to ceremonially cleanse and in this practice we engage our entire body-mind-spirit conscious complex to extract that which contaminates us and clouds our true nature.

    Through twists, flow, core work and rest we’ll support the moving through of that which only weighs us down and emer...

  • Lit From Within

    This practice reminds us of what Ayurveda calls TEJAS or the expression of solar energy in our body-mind-spirit complex.

    Tejas is associated with our intelligence, discernment, enthusiasm, digestion and capacity for transformation.

    This practice ignites your inherent solar energy, like lighting...

  • Trust

    This is a practice to help you establish or reinforce your inner trust of Self.

    This self-trust is an unshakeable foundation on which you show up in the world and is especially valuable in tumultuous times and when others may be looking to you for how to act or respond.

    Throughout this practice...

  • 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...

  • Got Your Back

    Fun fact: The muscles of your BACK body propel you forward. So physically, it makes sense to keep your posterior chain of muscles as strong as they are flexible.

    Metaphorically speaking, what is BEHIND you can propel you forward in life when you draw strength from the wisdom you earned from your...

  • 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...

  • All In A Day's Work ~ Evening

    These 3 short home practices were designed to support you throughout the day.The first practice is sensitive to your body and mind's needs in the morning before you get rolling.The second practice can be a mid-day pause at home or at work to hit the reset button.And the third practice supports de...

  • All In A Day's Work ~ Midday

    These 3 short home practices were designed to support you throughout the day.The first practice is sensitive to your body and mind's needs in the morning before you get rolling.The second practice can be a mid-day pause at home or at work to hit the reset button.And the third practice supports de...

  • All In A Day's Work ~ Morning

    These 3 short home practices were designed to support you throughout the day.The first practice is sensitive to your body and mind's needs in the morning before you get rolling.The second practice can be a mid-day pause at home or at work to hit the reset button.And the third practice supports de...

  • Basecamp ~ Stoke Your Fire

    This home practice was inspired by the natural elements Earth and Fire. It starts out with postures that support a feeling of groundedness and evolves into some fire stoking core and standing poses and then shifts back to earthy hip openers.

  • Come Into Focus

    From early on in practicing Yoga, I realized the most effective postures for cultivating focus were the ones that challenged it the MOST: balance poses.While you can pretty easily tune out in triangle or pigeon pose, it's a lot harder to daydream in balance poses.I crafted this home practice with...

  • Core Shot

    This efficient and fired up short home practice targets all 360 degrees of your core (abs and back) for a quick shot of power when you want to feel fortified and centered.This is 3rd chakra (Manipura) activation which can restore a healthy and strong sense of self in challenging times!

  • COREtified

    COREtified is an Integrated Vinyasa practice that supports your sense of fortified strength from the hub of your being out to the perimeter.

    The class features engaging core work along with standing poses and backbends for a full spectrum powerful experience to serve you in your life off the mat...

  • Here Comes The Sun

    Named after the iconic Beatles tune, Here Comes The Sun is a morning-friendly home practice I created for folks who want to get some mindfulness and movement in before the day's work begins.

    It is a shorter form Integrated Vinyasa practice that includes spinal awakening, some flow to get your bl...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Mood Lifter

    You never know when your inner spark is going to rekindle someone else's light.

    This accessible Integrated Vinyasa practice includes simple, rhythmic flows and grounded heart openers that support you in tending your own heart fire and elevating your mood to blaze brightly in the world.