ONLINE CLASSES

Move On Your Mat

The student-teacher relationship is important to me, so even though we can’t connect in person, I would love to hear from you and know what you are experiencing.

If you are using online guidance please remember to work within the parameters of your own body, and what is physically and mentally possible for you, on any given day.  Please be mindful of your own experience, and please be in touch with any feedback or thoughts that arise.

If you experience high blood pressure, diabetes or are recovering from a serious illness please seek advice from your medical professional.

Get on your Mat

Gentle Flow of Sun Salutations including Meditation and Relaxation.

Move on your Mat – Back Bending

Elements of Ashtanga Yoga Sequence and Asana

Increase strength, stability, flexibility, and opening in your spine.

 

Move on your Mat – Shoulders & Spine

Yin Yoga sequence to increase strength, stability, flexibility, and opening in your shoulders and spine.

 

 

Move on your Mat – Hips

Yin Yoga Sequence to increase strength, stability, flexibility, and opening in your hips.

 

Move on your Mat – Shoulders

Using elements of Ashtanga Yoga to increase strength, stability, flexibility, and opening in your shoulders.

 

Connective Tissue Release on your Mat

Myofascial and fascial openings

Move on your Mat – Core Strengthening 

Elements of Ashtanga Yoga Sequence and Asana

Increase strength and flexibility in your core.

 

Move on your Mat – Hips

Elements of Ashtanga Yoga Sequence and Asana

Increase strength and flexibility in your hips

 

Breathe on your Mat

Looking at Pranayama, Ujayi, Bandhas, and Dristi – Breathing Work, Energy Flow

 

Sit on your Mat

Dharana, Meditation, Concentration, and Focus

 

Relax on your Mat

Guided relaxation, Philosophy, Yogic Sleep, Yoga Nidra