Intermediate and Strong Beginners

Here you’ll find Yoga Flow classes in different lengths for intermediate students and strong beginners. Some are Vinyasa flow style while others are wrist-free and hands-free yoga flow practices. There is minimal instruction in most of the basic poses to give you a chance to tune in to your breath and enjoy your own exploration.

Intermediate Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class: Twists and Balance Poses – 60 Minutes

This is a strong Vinyasa Flow Yoga class appropriate for intermediate and strong beginner students. The yoga practice is 60 minutes – 55 minutes of postures and a 5 minute Savasana at the end. We work on some fun and challenging balance poses like Eagle Pose (Garudasana), Balancing Half Moon (Ardha Chandrasana) and our peak … Continue reading Intermediate Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class: Twists and Balance Poses – 60 Minutes

Wrist-Free Hands-Free Yoga Flow for Lower Body Strength – 40 Minutes

This is another WRIST FREE HANDS FREE YOGA FLOW practice. We avoid Downward Facing Dog Plank and Chaturanga. I recommend this video for strong beginners and intermediate students. This is a great practice when you have wrist pain, elbow pain, shoulder or hand injuries, tendinitis, and you’re unable to put weight on your arms. This … Continue reading Wrist-Free Hands-Free Yoga Flow for Lower Body Strength – 40 Minutes

Wrist-Free Hands-Free Yoga Flow for Strength Flexibility and Balance – 60 Minutes

This is a SPECIAL Yoga Flow Class with NO DOWNWARD DOG, PLANK, and CHATURANGA! We still do a strong well-rounded yoga practice (backbends, forward folds, twists, balancing, side stretches, hip opening, core and upper body strengthening) and work the entire body to increase overall strength, flexibility, and balance. This practice is suitable for intermediate and … Continue reading Wrist-Free Hands-Free Yoga Flow for Strength Flexibility and Balance – 60 Minutes

1 Hour Vinyasa Flow Yoga – Wheel Pose

In this 60-Minute Vinyasa Flow, we prepare the body for our peak pose – Wheel Pose (Urdvha Dhanurasana). There are modifications for poses so you can work at the intensity level that feels right for you.