Pre-recorded videos have less talking and clearer music. For these videos, there is carefully edited voice-over which gives you crisp instruction without compromising the sound and video quality. Strong and clear music playlists are layered over the video to give you a sensory experience with music and clear instructional queues. Unlike the live classes, I am generally not speaking to the camera in these videos.
Live Class Recordings are recordings of the online Zoom classes. Each class has a different music playlist that is associated with the intensity of the class. It is like you are in a group class setting with me as I am providing instruction while doing the class with you, speaking directly to you. Join me for past live online classes and practice on your own time.
Pre-Recorded Yoga Videos
Centering Slow Flow For Mind-Body Connection
In this 60 minute slow flow, I provide poses that range from gentle to challenging, but done with stable, self-centering energy. The pace of this class classes is understandably fairly slow and the emphasis is placed on safe alignment and the maintaining balance of the slow breathing. True to the nature of slow flow, there are some vinyasa flows sprinkled in this practice, but the majority of the practice is holding static postures. It is designed to transform the way you think, feel, and move, increasing physical capabilities in tandem with the mental. This video includes a gentle warm up, a series of standing poses, and grounding seated postures before we move into an 8 minute savasana to round out our practice.
Easy Gentle Yoga to Calm The Mind
This slow moving easy gentle practice focuses on letting go and letting gravity assist you in your poses to soften down. This practice welcome's all levels from beginners to advanced. This is a 70 minute practice to help reduce stress and anxiety, let go of our outside surroundings, turn inward, and increase flexibility We turn inward towards the breath and find stillness within the poses to reduce the constant buzzing in our brains, slow down, and reconnect with our breath and ourselves.
Restorative Yoga with Props
This is a 60 minute restorative yoga practice with props. Through the use of props for support, the postures are held almost effortlessly. Restorative yoga is suitable for beginners and practitioners of all levels. Restorative yoga is a restful practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. We don't move much, which allows us to soften down into the pose, relax, and let gravity do the work for you. Restorative yoga is a completely different experience than most other styles of yoga. It is important to slow down and embrace the power of rest. When the body enters a state of relaxation the mind can also consciously relax as tension is released from both body and mind. The only work that's required on your part during a restorative yoga practice is to pay attention to your breath and become aware of any sensations or thoughts that may arise.
Strengthen the Shoulders and Glutes
This 60 minute flow focuses heavily on strength building, specifically in the arms/shoulders area, the glutes, and the core. We also work on deep flexibility in the hamstrings. This is an intermediate yoga flow. This powerful practice will challenge you and leave you feeling that you put in a good day's work. Come ready to build strength internally and externally. Be sure to hydrate and eat something healthy before and afterword to get the most out of this practice.
Yoga To Invigorate and Energize
An 80 minute flow if you are looking to energize and invigorate the mind and body body simultaneously. This is a beginner/moderate yoga course. Intermediate and advanced are welcome. With a gentle start, we work through some reclined poses to begin with to slowly begin to connect with the body. We eventually make our way up to seated before we do our first vinyasa flow about 20 minutes in. Then we work through some standing poses like tree and a variation of standing pigeon. We will end seated and then lying on our backs for a brief meditation. This is a great course to practice to begin your day to slowly wake up and energize. It is equally beneficial to help unwind after a long day.
Yoga for Focus and Concentration
Join me for a 60 minute flow for focus and concentration. This flow has several intermediate level yoga poses. Twist and turn, stretch the hamstrings, open the hips, and lean into the breath during some challenging balancing asanas. Let the breath guide you through these challenging poses and focus inward and let all of the other things in your life melt away, just for this moment together. Music by Artists: Onyx Paper Planes Ziv Moran Sarah Kang I am Fowler Ateller Kick Lee Veshza The Guy Shani Stefano Mastronardi Ben Winwood Dear Gravity
Yoga For Flexibility
This is a 70 minute yoga class that focuses heavily on flexibility. This flow contains beginner, moderate, and intermediate yoga poses. I invite beginners to join, and to be mindful of their body during the practice to prevent injury. We begin gently warming up the body and deepening the breath. Once the body is warm, we will move through some yoga poses which focuses on flexibility to even out the body. We then will do a brief resting meditation before we end our class. Enjoy! Please email me, message me, call or text me, with any feedback, suggestions, or comments. I love to hear form you. Artists featured during this practice: Ben Winwood Paper Planes Ziv Moran Sarah Kang Sunny Fruit Skygaze Anthany Lazaro
Yoga for Core Strength, Balance, and Confidence
This 50 minute vinyasa flow helps balance the solar plexus chakra. This flow includes beginner and moderate yoga poses. We do three unique vinyasa flows to warm up the body so that we are warm and capable of opening up the hips in an extended pigeon posture. We then end with a 5 minute resting savasana meditation, a mudra, and a mantra. The Solar Plexus Chakra is the third of our seven chakras. It is located above our navel area and is associated with our self-worth and self-confidence. When our Solar Plexus Chakra is balanced, we feel confident and driven to follow our goals, and we move through the steps to reach our goals with ease. Due to its location in the body, the Solar Plexus Chakra also relates to our core strength, stomach, and digestive system. We will briefly warm up and stretch it out through some seated postures, then move through some vinyasa flowing. We will then cool down in some more seated postures, and enjoy a restful savasana for a few minutes before we end our practice. Enjoy!
Power Yoga Flow for Inner Strength
This 60 minute flow helps to build mental and physical strength. This flow includes beginner and moderate yoga poses. Yoga and meditation help us become stronger in mind and body. They remind us that we have the inner fortitude and courage to overcome any obstacle. When we gain dominion over our minds and bodies through meditation and asana, we learn that we are strong and resilient. The strength we achieve in our bodies, we also achieve internally. As we hold asanas for longer periods of time or master challenging asanas, we increase our body’s physical strength. When we master the practice of meditation and breathwork, we increase our internal and mental strength. Remember that the strength you need to overcome any challenges is always inside of you. All you need is just a little awareness and practice to draw it out. Music By: Campagna from the album Hello Love Oliver Michael from the album Hold Me Down (instrumental) Lux-Inspira from the album Traveling With You FASSounds from the album Natural Forces Rory Childs from the album Intermission Lance Conrad from the album Guilty Pleasure
Yoga Flow for Hips, Hamstrings, and Inspiration
60 minute flow to stretch the hips, hamstrings, and inspire creativity with multiple lines of repetition. This flow includes beginner and moderate yoga poses. You'll find yourself in standing splits a lot for this sequence, so this can double up as an amazing hamstring strengthener. Movement can inspire us and create a flow of prana or energy in our bodies. This burst of energy can illuminate our mind to get our creative juices flowing. Breath work and yoga practice has the power to increase creativity because it brings a healthy flow of blood throughout the body. Through our yoga practice we can work to remove mental clutter, bringing more clarity to our vision. When we practice mindfulness and move with intention, we can tap into our intuition, which also leads to "aha" moments that ignite our projects with creativity. We all have the power to tap into the infinite creative insight that lies in our minds and hearts, ready to be used in any area of our lives. Music by: Kick Lee from the albums Kick Lee and My Light
Vinyasa Yoga to Calm, Ground, and Ease your Mind
In this 60 minute flow I focus on calming and grounding asanas that help us get in touch with our own gratitude. This flow includes beginner and moderate yoga poses. Some of the poses in this flow include asanas where arms are stretched outwards, to symbolize receiving blessings in our lives, such as Mountain with arms reaching upwards (Tadasana), Chair (Utkatasana), Warrior 1 (Virabhadrasana I), and BalancingTable (Dandayamana Bharmanasana). Gratitude can improve our health by boosting our immunity, improve our sleep, and lower our blood pressure. It can improve our relationships, make us more compassionate, and ultimately make us happier. Gratitude creates a space where we can allow positive and transformative growth to occur.
Vinyasa Flow to Embrace Change
This 60 minute flow focuses on embracing change. This flow includes beginner and moderate yoga poses. Fall is a season of transitions and change, of embracing this change and of understanding the importance of transformation in our evolution and spiritual growth. As the air grows crisp and the leaves begin to radiantly change and fall away, so do the seasons of our lives. Fall is also time for us to slow down and reflect on the things that are no longer serving our true purpose so that we can let them fall away. It’s a season to go within and be more aware of whatever is holding us back from reaching our highest selves. This season also relates to our Root Chakra and the idea of grounding. Being grounded helps us to be more stable and feel supported or guided in our lives.
Live Class Recordings
Morning Vinyasa Flow to Energize and Rejuvenate
This class was recording on 5/8/2021. Level 1 / Beginner - Moderate level vinyasa flow. We will begin in child's pose and then warm up with some grounding postures. We will begin to warm up the body with a sun salutation variation, and then move through two separate vinyasa sequences. We will then cool down for about 10 minutes and end with a resting savasana.
Morning Hatha Yoga for Connection
Recorded on 5/5/2021, this gentle morning hatha yoga sequence is to give you time and space to wake up and get into the body. We move very slowly at the beginning to breathe and let the body neutralize after it was in a sleeping state. We wake up slowly, and then work our way to a couple standing postures. We will work on gently heating up the body before we move on to some hip openers like low crescent lunge and lizard pose. Then we will enjoy deep shoulder stretched and finally make our way to our back for a cool down and savasana meditation.
Power Yoga For Core Strength and Stability 4/27/2021
This power yoga class is an energizing and challenging power yoga class to build strength through the abdominal region, arms, and legs. We will flow through three different sequences on both sides, ending with a balancing sequence, and then about 15 minutes to cool down and a brief savasana meditation.
Power Yoga to Find Your Edge 4/20/2021
This power yoga flow is meant to challenge you to explore and find your edge. Push yourself even more to see your potential, or pump the breaks once you have reached your edge. Lean into your deep breathing to focus and concentrate on the breath. You can persevere.
Slow Flow to Tune In and Listen 4/21/2021
This slow flow class is meant to allow you to find space within each pose, and to practice intentional listening to your body and breath to tap into your true intuition. We always in communication with the body. We must open our mind and hearts to what the body is telling us so we can adjust and react accordingly to the situation with gentleness and forgiveness.