Hips+Legs+Feet

Hips+Legs+Feet

These home practices emphasize strength, stretch or mobility in your hips, legs, feet and ankles. While these home practices also include movements and postures that touch other areas of your body, they accentuate our roots.

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Hips+Legs+Feet
  • Bonus Live Asana - 11/25/21

    An embodied celebration of gratitude, both giving and receiving it. Water element practice. Honoring the land, the water, the sky, all living things and the original stewards of the land we now call home.

    Starts with context for the sequencing.
    Gratitude meditation starts around 5:00.
    Asana star...

  • 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 ...

  • Let It Go Flow

    Let It Go Flow is a cathartic practice – an opportunity to burn off the uglies, those regressive patterns of thinking and feeling that leave you feeling not like your best self.

    Through a combination of standing flows and core work, we ignite the inner fire needed to transmute the bad juju into ...

  • Feel Good Flow

    Today’s practice is perfect for days you may be feeling stuck in a rut or your energy seems to have stagnated.

    It’s a progressive flow of simple poses where each round builds on the one before it, all synchronized with your beautiful breath.

    It can break up your holding patterns and restore a f...

  • 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...

  • Post-Hike Yoga

    Who doesn’t love a great hike?

    This is an effective recovery practice after a glorious hike, a long walk or even a run!

    It emphasizes stretching calves, hamstrings, quads and hips as well as opens up your chest and shoulders.

    Accelerate your recovery with this practice to get back out on the t...

  • 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.

  • Refresh - Upper & Lower Body

    REFRESH is a two part practice and you can choose to do one or both depending on what you need in the moment!

    First up is an upper body sequence that renews shoulder and spine mobility.

    Second is a lower body sequence that restores freedom to all 4 quadrants of your hips.

    They’re both thoroug...

  • Refresh - Lower Body

    REFRESH is a two part practice and you can choose to do one or both depending on what you need in the moment!

    First up is an upper body sequence that renews shoulder and spine mobility.

    Second is a lower body sequence that restores freedom to all 4 quadrants of your hips.

    They’re both thoroug...

  • 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...

  • Post-Workout Recovery 2

    This practice is all about stretch and release. After you exercise and exert yourself, it's essential to make time for recovery.

    This class emphasizes both stretching those hard-working muscles as well as encouraging your nervous system to downshift from activation into a more balanced state.

    A...

  • 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...

  • Live Asana - 7/11/21 - Earth & Water Energies for Cooling

    Live Asana - 7/11/21 - Earth & Water Energies for Cooling - Hip Openers in all 4 quadrants. Plus special guest, my brother Louis Caputo!

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Top Of The Morning

    This is a morning friendly, progressive flow practice.

    What that means is that we build a sequence gradually, one pose at a time so you get to ease into it before feeling the culmination of the entire flow.

    We follow that with a little hip opener love and slide into a short savasana before you ...

  • 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.

  • Fired Up

    Action often precedes motivation. Sometimes you just need to get the body moving and the motivation follows!

    This practice ignites with twists, core work, expansive standing poses and breathwork.

    We move at a workable pace to tend to your heart fire!

    You might like to have 2 blocks for this pr...

  • Go With The Flow

    This efficient practice is a progressive flow, incrementally building from simple to complex.

    The standing pose progression winds down to a little hip-opener, heart-opener sequence before dropping into rest.

    It’s a perfect practice for when you’re short on time but want to move mindfully and br...

  • Uplift

    What the body does, the mind follows and what the mind does, the body follows.

    This truth means one way to hack your mood is to move your body in the ways that are more in alignment with how you want to feel.

    Uplift is a practice to elevate your spirits with side openers and heart openers with ...

  • Moonbeam

    Moonbeams are rays of light reflected from the moon. Unlike the sun’s rays which are associated with heat and action, moonbeams are only visible in the dark of the night, a quieter and cooler time.

    Their energy is that of grounded radiance and this practice embodies that same energy.

    This inten...