I know that movement and breath are essential to a life worth living, and I hope I can share that with you. I was lucky to be introduced to yoga at a young age, and it's been a constant source of comfort and development in my life. My mission is to make yoga accessible to as many people as I can, regardless of age, skin color, ability, or income. We've got a little bit of everything on this channel, so come hang out!
Deep Stretch for Athletes - for the Olympian in all of us, this is a deep stretch class using static poses to relieve your muscles and help you relax. We’ll get deep into your low back, shoulders, and hips, and get an all-over stretch.
This pose is super fun, and is sure to impress your friends/family. If your hamstrings aren’t very warm, check out my compass tutorial as setup for this pose. 8 angle is less about strength and more about body awareness, so it’s a great mental challenge!
It’s crow’s big brother, with a twist! side crow uses the same arm structure as crow, but we twist elbows to outside of your thigh to balance. The easiest way to get into side crow is from a chair pose. I recommend warming up your core, especially side body (obliques), and shoulders before attem...
Backbend flow - this is a longer class designed to get you back warm and loose for backbends. We’ll work on strengthening your back muscles, as well as opening your hip flexors and chest, to get you feeling bendy.
Beginner flow - go back to basics with this juicy beginner flow. We’ll move slowly, keep the poses simple, and we’ll spend more time making sure your body is aligned. This class is about half flow and half deeper stretch.
Let’s get bendy! Compass is a deeeeep hamstring stretch, and requires your side body to be pretty open. You can see this pose standing, or as an intensification of a fallen triangle, but today we’re exploring this pose seated. Have fun!
This pose breakdown focuses on crow pose. This is a great pose to start your arm balance/inversion with, as it keeps your body compact and close to the ground. If you can do a chaturanga, you can probably do a crow pose! I recommend having a warm core and shoulders before attempting.
20 minute opening flow
This flow is meant to feel stretchy and juicy - we’ll open up through your heart and your hips, and I added in some twists to round it all out. You’ll finish this practice with your body feeling gooooood
The first in our chakra series, the root chakra sets the foundation for all our other chakra work. We’ll focus on poses that ground and support you as we explore your connection to the Earth.