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Hatha Alignment Hatha Alignment (60 minutes)Chris Loebsack

Chris leads a class that builds up to eagle pose (garandasana). While the final pose may be challenging, attention is spent gradually building up to that pose. The pose is broken down in a manner that the pieces will be accessible to everyone regardless of whether you are able to experience the final pose. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 25th.

Dynamic Level: 1
Difficulty Level: 1

 

Flow Level 1-2 Flow Level 1-2 (60 minutes)Chris Loebsack

Chris leads an invigorating flow class. It egins with some pranayama and then Chris brings some twists and binds. For good measure, she throws in forearm stand, bird of paradise and wheel. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 24th.

Dynamic Level: 4
Difficulty Level: 4

 

Open Level Flow Open Level Flow (58 minutes)Brian M. Davis

One might assume that a slower moving vinyasa class would be easier, but that is not always the case. Brian leads a slow flow with long holds type of class that will challenge you in ways that might be surprising. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 23rd.

Dynamic Level: 2
Difficulty Level: 2

 

Beginners Plus Beginners Plus (57 minutes)

Freedom around the spine is essential for general mobility. Chris leads a class that focuses on spinal mobility which means that she moves the spine in a variety of different directions. She does so in a way that is accessible to all practioners. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 23rd.

Dynamic Level: 1
Difficulty Level: 1

 

Yin Yoga Yin Yoga (58 minutes)Tracy Gross

Tracy leads us through a yin yoga class that hits all the major spots. Opening with a bit of heart opening and moving into some lunges, folds, hip openers and twists. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 22nd.

Dynamic Level: 1
Difficulty Level: 2

 

Conditioning Yoga Yoga Conditioning (71 minutes)Brian M. Davis

Brian leads a yoga conditioning class that incorporates side-body and front-body engagement using 'crunch' movements. As with all of the yoga conditioning classes, it is an open level experience and you can increase or decrease the challenge by taking modifications or adding more difficult variations. This class first aired on May 22nd on Facebook Live

Dynamic Level: 4
Difficulty Level: 3
1/2 Hour Flow 1/2 Hour FlowBrian M. Davis

Brian leads a simple half hour flow that can be used as a stand-alone practice or to warm up for a more challenging practice. This is a perfect sequence if you only have a short amount of time and want to get the entire body moving without getting to sweaty. You will pass through many of the standard poses that occur in a vinyasa class and there are some options to increase or decrease the challenge.

Dynamic Level: 3
Difficulty Level: 3
Chair Yoga Chair Yoga (31 minutes)Chris Loebsack

Chris leads a sequence in which you will remain seated in the chair for the entire sequence. The class focuses on spinal mobility with a bit of hip stretching at the end. Because the movements are smaller, this class can be done in the middle of your day without any special props, clothing or preparation.

Dynamic Level: 1
Difficulty Level: 1

 

Progressions to Expressions Progressions to Expressions - Chakrasana (73 minutes)Chris Loebsack

Chris leads us through progressions to chakrasana. A very gradual build-up to the final expression. The pose is a challenging transition and there are many pieces that are broken down here. Whether you achieve the final pose or not, you will find aspects to work on and challenge yourself.

Dynamic 2
Dynamic Level: 2
Difficulty 4
Difficulty Level: 4
Chair Yoga Chair Yoga (18 minutes)Chris Loebsack

Chris leads a short, shoulder-stretching session from the chair. This is a great sequence if you are working at a desk or if you have difficulty moving around a yoga mat. It does not require any special clothing or props.

Dynamic Level:1
Difficulty Level:1