This 30-minute yoga practice for teens (and the whole family!) is focused on happiness hacks you can use daily! Move your body, focus on your breath and practice mindfulness with Kelly.
This 20-minute home practice with Lauren is great for beginners or anyone who wants to get back to basics. Suggested props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket.
Connect with your breath to remain grounded and stable. Find fluidity and adaptability in your practice. Includes Anjaneyasana (low lunge), Ardha Hanumanasana (half-split), and Pigeon Pose.
Cultivate the Steadiness and Ease of the lotus flower with Lena. Includes Anahatasana (Extended Puppy Pose), Malasana (bead pose), and Ustrasana (camel pose.)
Try this complete level I class with a variety of poses including cobra, Warrior II, standing half-moon, triangle and eagle pose.
Strengthen your core with standing and seated postures, which includes twists, plank, and balancing asanas.
Strengthen your solar plexus through asana and pranayama, which include sun salutation variations, camel pose, and breath of fire!
Open your shoulders in this 10 minute seated sequence, which includes twists and bends. Be sure to grab a strap before you start!
Open your heart through deep twists, shoulder openers, and variations of downward dog in this sweet video with Lena Schmidt.
Awaken your heart awareness. Explore gentle backbends to open the front body. Build confidence. Lead with your heart!
Lena guides an energetic practice to activate and stimulate your core. Core strength is basic to good posture. 10 minutes a day…
Deepen your back bending practice. These postures build strength and confidence while opening the heart… Let your heart guide you!
In this short yoga sequence, Keith Macpherson will guide you through a full body vinyasa-inspired practice to help you stay aligned, even on a busy day!
Energize your abdominal and back muscles through various twists and abdominal crunches, plus cat/cow and bridge pose.
Bring energy and blood flow to your toes, ankles and legs as you learn to use a yoga posture to stretch out. Block and blanket recommended.
Breath awareness is key in learning how to stretch out your quad muscles before running.
From a seated position, open up your thighs, hip joints, inner groins and stretch your hamstrings. Blankets and strap recommended.
Improve range of motionfor your hips as you stretch out the hip flexors then transition to a yogic exercise focusing on your hamstrings.
Stretching after a run is just as important as stretching before. Combine your breath with movement as you stretch out your calf and hamstring muscles.
Bring your breath awareness into your stretching as you stretch out your hip flexors and hamstrings before a run.
Broaden your practice with more advanced poses such as supported backbend, headstand and Halasana, or plow pose. Use of props recommended (strap, block and 2 blankets).
Enjoy this smooth flowing class that includes poses such as cobra, down dog, lizard pose and twisted side stretch.
A rigorous level I class, starting with sun salutations and progressing to poses such as twisting triangle, tree pose, crescent pose and eagle arms. Use of a strap recommended.