Flow Classes

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

Discover what is essential by cutting out all that is unnecessary in this class and maybe applying the concept to the rest of your life. Work through some hip strengtheners like wheel, leaning triangle and fallen triangle. Enjoy some hip stretches like lunge mermaid, pyramid and front splits. This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 5th.

Dynamic Level: 3
Difficulty Level: 3

 

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

Chris leads us through a sequence with many variations and modifications that has some interesting lunge/backbends and downdog options. There are a few not-so-common seated forward fold variations on top of the usual options. Originally aired on Facebook Live on March 30th.

Dynamic Level: 3
Difficulty Level: 3
Open Level Flow
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Dynamic Level: 2
Difficulty Level: 2

It focuses on twists and binds with increasing levels of challenge. Moving from low lunge to high lunge to triangle and perhaps on to bird of paradise, you will have the opportunity to experience how the challenge can impact the pose. This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 4th.

Conditioning Yoga
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Pranayama is practiced in boat pose. This class has a little bit of everything. From core strengthening to standing balance and a few twists. There is a generous warm-down at the end of the class. This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 3rd.

Intensity Level: 4
Dynamic Level: 4
Difficulty Level: 4

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

We take a few basic movements and repeat them in various configurations of increasing challenge. It first shows up in tabletop, extending opposite arm and leg and then pulling them in towards each other. Mixed in with the theme, is a flow class with flamingo pose. This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 1st.

Dynamic Level: 3
Difficulty Level: 3

 

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

It builds slowly and gradually and once it gets going, it has a slow and steady movement that keeps the heart rate up. No one pose is particularly hard, but by maintaining movement, the challenge builds throughout the class. This class first aired on Facebook Live on March 31st.

Dynamic Level: 3
Difficulty Level: 2

 

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

Chris gets this flow going quickly with an active pranayama linked movement and starts right in with some sun salutes. Hitting many of the standards and moving into some fun variations, she also throws in hanumanasana and a funky arm balance.

Intensity 3
Intensity Level:3

 

Difficulty 4
Difficulty Level:4
Dynamic 3
Dynamic Level:3

 

 

Open Level Flow
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian starts off with a simple lunge sequence that gradually builds in intensity and challenge. He throws in some wrist release and shoulder stretch as well as some balancing squats and crow poses. Originally aired on Facebook Live on March 28th.

Dynamic Level: 3
Difficulty Level: 3

 

Yoga Conditioning
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Brian M. Davis takes us through a vigorous conditioning yoga class. The Pranayama is in a floating table position. The flows focus on core strengthening and hip mobility.

Dynamic 4
Dynamic Level: 4
Difficulty 3
Difficulty Level: .
Intensity 4
Intensity Level: 4

 

 

Progressions to Expressions
Average: 5 (1 vote)

This class offers many options that build up to a pinnacle pose. Today, the pinnacle pose is visvamitrasana. Chris builds up strength and mobility by opening up the inner thighs, working on arm strength and standing balance. Originally aired on Facebook Live on March 26th.

Dynamic Level: 1
Difficulty Level: 4