Learn the basics for safe and effective twists. Twists are great for restoring mobility to the spine, bringing healthy blood flow to the organs and creating balance in the whole body. Props: Towel/blanket.
An all around great practice for when you want to move the body, enliven your breath and let stress melt away. Slow, strong movements linked with long deep breaths will meet you in whatever state you are in and help bring you to a place of centered calm.
What do you do when you get angry? Spend twenty minutes learning how to better understand angry energy and what you can do in order to transform and purify it. Settle yourself through grounding practices that focus on moving energy down with exhalations.
Practice these simple tools offered in this class every day to know how to handle and use angry energy. Find ways to settle your energy with your breath and body, learning how to release peacefully, cooling down and chilling out when you need it most.
Open your body with the noontime sun using this 15-minute steady flow to generate and store energy. Focus on the act of rooting to rise with simple breathing through each posture, allowing you to become a beacon of peace and service for those around you.
Take time to transition from your day to night and then to sleep by unwinding with supported yoga poses designed to slowly relieve tension and tightness. This class is a great way to prepare your consciousness to enter a deep state of quietness and rest.
When we wake up in the morning, we invite the breath into the body. In this practice, we will use restorative movement to nourish our body with this early pranic energy, preparing it for the day ahead.
"Where attention goes, energy flows" is a common saying in yoga. Practice turning your attention towards gratitude to experience joy and mental well being. Open the side body, ribs and lungs to help create a feeling of lightness and freedom.
Get in touch with your physical and emotional center in this guided meditation with Rodney Yee. As you arch your attention inwards, you will encounter how the architecture of your true being is built simply out of peace, love, and light.
Release any anxiety stored in your body in this simple, prop-supported restorative yoga class with acclaimed yoga teacher Rodney Yee. Have a strap, two blocks, a blanket and a bolster at hand for this session.
Unwind and realign your entire body in this restorative yoga class. Nourishing, prop-supported postures will help you tap into the subtle aspects of your physical and emotional self. Recommended Props: Strap, blanket, two blocks, chair.
In this restorative practice made for the midnight, you will learn how to let go of the anxiety of awakeness with postures that quiet nervous system and a slow and steady breath.
Please have two blankets and a chair nearby for this class.