Flow Classes

Flow Level 1-2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian leads a challenging class that works in a variety of squats and lunges. He throws in a few arm balances and standing balances that utilize the same shapes. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 13th.

Slow Flow
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Chris leads a slow flow with a focus on the hips. Just because it is slow, doesn’t mean that it is easy. Beginning with moon salutes, this class evolves into a steady flow that includes bound skandasana, half moon pose and front splits. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 11th.

Flow Level 1-2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Where your attention goes, your energy flows. Chris leads a general level 1-2 flow with some deep stretches and arm balances. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 10th.

Flow Level 1-2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian leads an flow class that incorporates a few different arm balances. Even if you don’t have arm balances in your practice, you will get the opportunity to test them. This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 29th.

Flow Level 1-2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

This is a general flow with some challenge by way of binds, arm balances and standing balance poses. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 8th.

Note: the video is out of focus for the first 1:20.

Flow Level 1-2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Beginning with joint mobilization, Chris keeps the idea of mobility and range-of-motion as a priority throughout the class. With deep lunges, splits and squats, this class is sure to challenge both strength and flexibility. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 7th.

Open Level Flow
Average: 5 (1 vote)

This is a general open level flow that tends toward the more challenging. It is available to all skill levels and if you are newer to the practice, you may be taking some modifications in things like crow pose, dancer pose, malasana or firelog pose. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 6th.

Conditioning Yoga
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian opens the class by explaining the concept of taking your yoga off of your mat and incorporating it into your daily life before taking you through a vigorous, challenging class that is open to most practitioners. This class focuses on building core strength and incorporates some handstand prep drills. It first aired on Facebook Live on June 5th.

Flow Level 1-2
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian leads a general flow class with a bit of challenge including bird of paradise, forearm stand and wheel pose. He speaks in the beginning about enjoying the journey of your experience instead of focusing on the destination. This is more enjoyable and also ensures greater success. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 3rd.

Open Level Flow
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian uses the concept of handstand conditioning for this class. You do not need to have a handstand or even have an interest in being able to handstand to appreciate this class.. Utilizing yoga poses to build strength and flexibility required for handstands. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 9th.