A relaxing practice of restorative poses. This class is especially popular after a long day of work, when you feel the need to release tension and restore your energy. Allow yourself to unwind and come to the stillness of your being.
Erica guides a gentle, flowing sequence to land you in your hips, giving you room to accept the love and nurturing we so often offer others.
This is a longer and advanced version of the Gentle Playfulness practice. In this class you will start with a few minutes of breath work, turning your attention inwards, with an intention of compassion. From here you will take that intention into a playful and challenging asana practice, including headstands and backbends. You will close the practice with a short meditation on loving kindness.
This class guided by Kristin opens with gentle breathwork, turning your attention inwards, with an intention of compassion. From here you will take this intention into light and playful movements. You will close this practice with a short meditation on loving kindness.
This sequence on flexibility works through endurance, stamina and spinal extension. Kino guides you through both accepting your limitations in terms of flexibility, as well as extending your heart. Back-bending is an important lesson along the spiritual journey of yoga. So when you’re ready to move into your spine, start here.
In this short tutorial Kino guides you to a safe and beautiful Upward Facing Dog, or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, step by step. You will learn to avoid some very common mistakes and discover what it feels like to get it ‘right’.
A vinyasa flow class focused on grounding. With this practice, you will become more present and establish a strong connection to the Earth. The focus is on hip openers, standing postures and forward folds.
A spirited and uplifting vinyasa flow class. The class is designed to turn off the critical part of our brains to experience a state of “flow.” It is full of creative transitions and is sure to leave you feeling more spacious inside.
An extensive practice that begins with a gentle warm up before leading you through a grounding yin practice. Gradually, the practice develops into a slow vinyasa flow. This is great for cultivating consistency, strength, and insight.
An uplifting class, for all levels, based on Ayurvedic principles. This dynamic practice brings heat into your system and helps to clear the mind. It is suitable for everyone, and is extra beneficial when you have a high kapha dosha and need more energy.