Theme is shoulder opening and upper body mobility. The purpose of this class is to bring awareness of movement from the perspective of the shoulder blades (scapula), using stretches, twists and binds.
Working with crow pose. This class will build up to crow and offer some variations. Whether you have a crow pose in your practice or not, you will find value in this practice as we progress towards the pose. This class originally aired on Facebook Live on May 6th.
This offering is a flow class that builds up to forearm stand. We get the body warmed up and there are a few poses that open up the shoulders and then explore a few modified variations as well as the full pose.
Brian explores the idea of working at your edge. That does not mean working your hardest or doing the most challenging pose, but working in a place that makes you slightly uncomfortable. With this in mind, Brian moves into poses in which you can stretch to your limit and then challenge your stability. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 2nd.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 1st. This class hits all of the major body areas and brings in some balance challenge in plank pose and one legged squats. There are also some handstand hops, full wheel and some deep shoulder stretches.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 25th. Brian leads us through a vinyasa class that focuses on the squat position in various configurations and with added complexity. Because it incorporates the same shape with the legs, he offers a brief tutorial on crow pose.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 23rd. Chris leads us into galavasana or flying pigeon pose. She begins by opening up the hips and then warming up upper body and back in order to prepare for the engagement required. There are a few intermediate arm-balance steps that build up the final pose.