Greetings and salutations! I'm so happy to be sharing my love of breath and movement with the world! Yoga keeps me balanced, literally and figuratively. Just a little bit of time and attention goes such a long way. It helps me turn off my anxious brain and think more calmly. Flow with me! We'll improve ourselves together, one breath at a time.
This hour-long Flow is designed to open up your hips, hamstrings, and quads.
We’re committing as much time to warming up and cooling down as we are to the standing series, and are left with a well-rounded practice that relaxes us even as we’re being challenged. Enjoy!
This is my very first online yoga class, and I'm obviously super excited about it! It's an easy half an hour (ish) flow with a sweet slow start, some Sun Salutation A's to warm up, and then a juicy hip stretch. Make sure to rest and drink plenty of water afterward!
This brief and lovely flow begins and ends grounded in a peaceful seat, and in between there's a focused and joyful standing series that visits every Warrior posture. There's also some shoulder opening, a visit with crow pose, and of course some hip stretches. Flowing at the feet of Stevie Ray Va...
The focus of our flow is your poor tootsies! People do not stretch their feet enough, but this ends today! It's a sweet little flow, but pick and choose what you need. Remember these foot stretching techniques and take them with you out into the world!
If you're looking for a very disciplined guided meditation, look elsewhere. If you're looking for someone to breathe with you, someone who (like you) might not be the best at meditation but who is trying her darndest, then spend a few minutes on this! I'll sit with you if you'll sit with me.
This class is designed for people who may be on their period! It's slow, gentle, and great for helping with cramps and low back pain. But even if you're not currently surfing the crimson wave, it's still going to feel great for your back, shoulders, and general mood. Have some chocolate after!
We're talking about anxiety, y'all. This video was unplanned and from the heart, it's just me speaking about some stuff that I and lots of other folks deal with on a day to day. Let me know what you think!
This is an extremely accessible class designed for people of any age or mobility. You can flow along completely or take what stretches you need and discard what doesn't serve you. No matter what is going on, this is stuff you CAN do!
Perfect for first thing in the morning, here are five Sun Salutation A's, but each is just a little different from the one before. Which one is your favorite? It's a low-commitment time, easily tailored to what you need from day to day.
This sweet Flow isn't designed to exhaust OR relax. It's designed to stretch you out, wake you up, and prepare you for more activity. Whether that's a more high-impact workout or a long day behind a desk, this will rev you up but in a chill, stimulant-free way!
Y'all know what I'm talking about. Sometimes I find it extremely challenging to motivate myself to complete even the simplest of tasks. It's hard to make it to your mat when you can barely find the energy to get out of bed. This flow is for exactly those kinds of days. Slow easy movements and gen...
Do you want to learn how to do a fun arm-balance with a pachyderm theme? Give this a watch! Maybe you're just listening and learning, but if you're ready to give it a go, make sure your core is warmed up, your hips have been opened as comfortably as possible, and do a few chaturanga pushups to a...
Falling out of your practice is normal. Travel, family, work; so many things can pull our focus and interrupt our momentum. Are you coming back to your mat after a short (or lengthy) sabbatical? Me too! Let's see what happens, shall we?
This is a short series of stretches that will help if you have a backache, cramps, or any other of the wondrous symptoms that accompany your ride on the crimson wave. Low effort, high reward. *However, don't feel left out if you're lacking a uterus; this will feel great for everybody!
This a little-less-than-an-hourlong flow has a little bit of everything: there's strengthening and lengthening, twisting and balancing. We finish with a sweet whole-body cool down. Please let me know what you think!
A brief(ish) breakdown of first the arm-balance crow pose, or bakasana, and then once we've got it, a similarly brief explanation of tripod headstand, or salamba sirsasana II. We'll spend time talking about how the two poses are related to each other.
This is an hour or so of ridiculous relaxation. I don't do nearly enough yin, which is a soft and gentle practice that involves cooling and relaxing the fascia that sits on top of your muscles, as opposed to warming and activating the muscles themselves. Lots of props are used in what is basicall...