This class begins with a focus on the upper body, the neck, shoulders and torso. Chris takes us through some stretches seated, kneeling and then standing. She then moves into the lower body. She shows how to progressively increase the challenge so that everyone can work a bit. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 2nd.
Chris leads a class that explores the concept of pratyahara and applies it throughout the class. Pratyahara is shutting down the senses and turning inward. The application of this concept includes longer held poses and longer periods of silence. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 9th.
Chris leads us in Beginners Plus class. It is a slow moving exploration utilizing deep breathing and incorporates some balance. This class first aired on May 5th on Facebook Live.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 21st. Chris talks a bit about connection and attention; connection within ourselves and how that builds toward attention. The class stays focused on the spine, hips and shoulders in an very accessible manner. Chris throws in some pranayama and ends the class with a chant.
This class first aired on April 18th on Facebook Live. Chris spends a few minutes discussing the yogic concept of saucha. The practice is intended to open up the side body while being aware of our thinking which relates back to the concept of saucha.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 9th. Chris focuses on twisting in order to create freedom around the spine. Beginning on the ground with some gentle twisting and opening, the class gradually builds to kneeling and lunge twists. The class ends with seated stretches.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 7th. Chris takes us through some hip mobility work. From the beginning in our seated centering posture to the lunges, hero's pose and then into some reclined stretches.
Originally aired on Facebook Live, Chris Loebsack takes us through a a 60 minutes sequence that stays close to the ground. Starting on our backs, We transition to a few seated poses using props to find comfort and depth and then returning to a supine position for the last few poses.