6 Poses to Stoke the Fire Within Each of Us

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Passion. Destruction. Transformation. Energy. Self confidence. Self Esteem. Digestion. These are all associated with the element of fire within you.   When this element is out of balance you may find yourself low in energy, lethargic, and unable to find the drive to chase after something you want. On the opposite end of this, if you have too much fire you may find yourself quick to judge, quick to anger, feeling burned out, and have a hard time controlling your emotions.


Passion. Destruction. Transformation. Energy. Self confidence. Self Esteem. Digestion. These are all associated with the element of fire within you.

When this element is out of balance you may find yourself low in energy, lethargic, and unable to find the drive to chase after something you want. On the opposite end of this, if you have too much fire you may find yourself quick to judge, quick to anger, feeling burned out, and have a hard time controlling your emotions.

The following 6 poses and short sequences will help you to restore balance of the element of fire within you. The poses practiced here are focused down the midline, and thus there is an emphasis on core work. Beyond poses, we will work with Pranayama (control of breath) and Mudras.

If you would like a full 40 minute practice with the focus of Stoking the Fire Within, catch my latest YouTube class.

You will need one (1) block for this practice, have it ready as we use it right away.

1. Breath of Fire - Though you may do this cross legged, I find it easiest to do when kneeling. Either way, you may want to set yourself up on a block to elevate the hips. Here we will use Kali mudra (interlace the fingers together, release the thumb and index fingers, crossing the left thumb over the right). Keeping the hands engaged in this mudra, reach the arms up overhead. Now introduce the breath of fire. This is done by taking a quick half inhale through the nose, then forcefully exhaling through the nose while pumping the stomach back. Do this for a count of 40, then take a pause before starting this breathing pattern again. Meanwhile, think about what in your life needs to be infused with fire, as well as that which may need to be tamed.

2. Slow Bicycle - Laying on your back, lift the feet and bend the knees, aligning the knees over the hips. Squeeze your inner thighs together as you press your low back into the floor. Interlace the fingers and bring them behind the head. As you inhale, curl up towards the ceiling (not towards the thighs). As you exhale twist over towards the right, while extending the left leg straight. Keep the low back touching the ground. Inhale back to center. As you find your exhale again, twist to the left and extend the right leg. Repeat this cycle a handful of times. When in the twist, keep the shoulder blades and extended leg hovering just off the mat.

3. Bridge Pose - Stay laying down here, but bend the knees and bring the soles of the feet to the mat, Grab hold of your block, placing it between the thighs. With arms resting on the mat at your sides, bend your elbows so that your fingers are pointing up to the ceiling. Squeeze the block as much as possible, press the heels down into the floor, and curl the tailbone up. Lifting the hips to mid-back from the mat. Shrug your shoulders underneath you, pressing into the top of the arms to lift hips higher. Feel the inner thighs engage, preventing the knees from opening to the sides. Add some movement to the pose, with every inhale lift higher, with each exhale lower the hips to hover just off the mat.

4. Lunge Series - Make your way into table top pose. Step the right foot forward to the outside of the right hand. Curl the back toes under, lifting the back knee from the mat. You may opt to stay here with your finger tips down on the mat (or a set of blocks). Or to intensify the pose, extend the right arm forward and the left arm back, making one long diagonal line from right fingertips to left foot. To take a twist, bring the left hand down and open to the right with the right hand reaching for the sky. Return the back knee and right hand to the mat. Extend the right leg back, dropping the heel down and turning the toes out. Extend the right arm up overhead for a modified side plank. Option here to float the right leg up for more heat. Inhale it up, exhale to lower and hover. Repeat this sequence to the other side.

5. Chair Pose Sequence - Standing at the front of the mat, reach your hands over head, finding Kali mudra once again. Bring the big toes together and heels apart, bend into your knees and rock your weight back into the heels. Draw the low belly in as you sink lower into chair pose. Bring the hands to the heart, keeping the chin and chest lifted. Exhale to take a twist, hooking the left elbow over the right thigh. Looking down at the floor, shift the weight into the right foot, pick up the left foot and carefully step it back for high lunge. If you did not maintain the twist while transitioning, find it here again. Take this sequence on the other side.

6. Lunge to Standing Leg Lift - Standing at the front of the mat, inhale to step the left leg back in high lunge with hands over head. Exhale, pulling it all in (coming to stand, elbows down and in, knee lifting up towards the chest). Continue to cycle through, moving back and forth quickly to really build some heat. On the final round, when you exhale forward, keep the leg lifted. Find your balance and then slowly transition into Warrior 3 (hinging forward as lifted leg reaches back. You know the drill, repeat these actions on the other side.

For more of this fire building practice, watch the video below.


Thanks for heating things up with me,
Kassandra




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Passion. Destruction. Transformation. Energy. Self confidence. Self Esteem. Digestion. These are all associated with the element of fire within you.   When this element is out of balance you may find yourself low in energy, lethargic, and unable to find the drive to chase after something you want. On the opposite end of this, if you have too much fire you may find yourself quick to judge, quick to anger, feeling burned out, and have a hard time controlling your emotions.


Passion. Destruction. Transformation. Energy. Self confidence. Self Esteem. Digestion. These are all associated with the element of fire within you.

When this element is out of balance you may find yourself low in energy, lethargic, and unable to find the drive to chase after something you want. On the opposite end of this, if you have too much fire you may find yourself quick to judge, quick to anger, feeling burned out, and have a hard time controlling your emotions.

The following 6 poses and short sequences will help you to restore balance of the element of fire within you. The poses practiced here are focused down the midline, and thus there is an emphasis on core work. Beyond poses, we will work with Pranayama (control of breath) and Mudras.

If you would like a full 40 minute practice with the focus of Stoking the Fire Within, catch my latest YouTube class.

You will need one (1) block for this practice, have it ready as we use it right away.

1. Breath of Fire - Though you may do this cross legged, I find it easiest to do when kneeling. Either way, you may want to set yourself up on a block to elevate the hips. Here we will use Kali mudra (interlace the fingers together, release the thumb and index fingers, crossing the left thumb over the right). Keeping the hands engaged in this mudra, reach the arms up overhead. Now introduce the breath of fire. This is done by taking a quick half inhale through the nose, then forcefully exhaling through the nose while pumping the stomach back. Do this for a count of 40, then take a pause before starting this breathing pattern again. Meanwhile, think about what in your life needs to be infused with fire, as well as that which may need to be tamed.

2. Slow Bicycle - Laying on your back, lift the feet and bend the knees, aligning the knees over the hips. Squeeze your inner thighs together as you press your low back into the floor. Interlace the fingers and bring them behind the head. As you inhale, curl up towards the ceiling (not towards the thighs). As you exhale twist over towards the right, while extending the left leg straight. Keep the low back touching the ground. Inhale back to center. As you find your exhale again, twist to the left and extend the right leg. Repeat this cycle a handful of times. When in the twist, keep the shoulder blades and extended leg hovering just off the mat.

3. Bridge Pose - Stay laying down here, but bend the knees and bring the soles of the feet to the mat, Grab hold of your block, placing it between the thighs. With arms resting on the mat at your sides, bend your elbows so that your fingers are pointing up to the ceiling. Squeeze the block as much as possible, press the heels down into the floor, and curl the tailbone up. Lifting the hips to mid-back from the mat. Shrug your shoulders underneath you, pressing into the top of the arms to lift hips higher. Feel the inner thighs engage, preventing the knees from opening to the sides. Add some movement to the pose, with every inhale lift higher, with each exhale lower the hips to hover just off the mat.

4. Lunge Series - Make your way into table top pose. Step the right foot forward to the outside of the right hand. Curl the back toes under, lifting the back knee from the mat. You may opt to stay here with your finger tips down on the mat (or a set of blocks). Or to intensify the pose, extend the right arm forward and the left arm back, making one long diagonal line from right fingertips to left foot. To take a twist, bring the left hand down and open to the right with the right hand reaching for the sky. Return the back knee and right hand to the mat. Extend the right leg back, dropping the heel down and turning the toes out. Extend the right arm up overhead for a modified side plank. Option here to float the right leg up for more heat. Inhale it up, exhale to lower and hover. Repeat this sequence to the other side.

5. Chair Pose Sequence - Standing at the front of the mat, reach your hands over head, finding Kali mudra once again. Bring the big toes together and heels apart, bend into your knees and rock your weight back into the heels. Draw the low belly in as you sink lower into chair pose. Bring the hands to the heart, keeping the chin and chest lifted. Exhale to take a twist, hooking the left elbow over the right thigh. Looking down at the floor, shift the weight into the right foot, pick up the left foot and carefully step it back for high lunge. If you did not maintain the twist while transitioning, find it here again. Take this sequence on the other side.

6. Lunge to Standing Leg Lift - Standing at the front of the mat, inhale to step the left leg back in high lunge with hands over head. Exhale, pulling it all in (coming to stand, elbows down and in, knee lifting up towards the chest). Continue to cycle through, moving back and forth quickly to really build some heat. On the final round, when you exhale forward, keep the leg lifted. Find your balance and then slowly transition into Warrior 3 (hinging forward as lifted leg reaches back. You know the drill, repeat these actions on the other side.

For more of this fire building practice, watch the video below.


Thanks for heating things up with me,
Kassandra




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As the cooler days and longer nights of fall approach, fashion takes on a moody edge making it prime time to update your fall wardrobe. Are your go-to fall looks full of jet black leggings? Time to rethink that wardrobe, girl! Take advantage of all the deep, rich prints this season has to offer. Enter head-turning options from subtle herringbone to sophisticated leopard prints. Here are four ways to add fall's "it" prints into your yoga outfits:


By KiraGrace

As the cooler days and longer nights of fall approach, fashion takes on a moody edge making it prime time to update your fall wardrobe. Are your go-to fall looks full of jet black leggings? Time to rethink that wardrobe, girl! Take advantage of all the deep, rich prints this season has to offer. Enter head-turning options from subtle herringbone to sophisticated leopard prints. Here are four ways to add fall's "it" prints into your yoga outfits:

1. MENSWEAR + FLORALS
Kira discovered this ombré Herringbone print in Italy and immediately fell in love. For us, it signifies feminine strength and beauty. This subtle, menswear-inspired, monochromatic pattern makes it super easy to wear. So many different colors and patterns work with this printed yoga legging. We especially love it paired with our Goddess Mesh Yoga Tank in Siren printed mesh.
 

2. LEOPARD CHIC
We firmly believe that a girl can never have too much leopard, which is why we have not one, but TWO gorgeous new leopard prints out this fall season: Dark Leopard and Charcoal LeopardLeopard print has almost a magic-like quality to it. Whether it's a statement piece or a small accessory, it automatically adds a flash of irresistible pizzazz to every look. Leopard print has a long fashion history, and although it's a bold print, it's very wearable. With the natural tones, you can make this print your new neutral. The key? Balance. We love wearing our leopard leggings with a simple, elegant top like the Glamour Goddess Luxe Halter.

3. MONOCHROMATIC MANIA
We are loving the way our warrior Brenn Micael styled her Grace High Waisted Herringbone Leggings with just a pop of the Flirt Charcoal Leopard Bra peeking out and topped it off with fun accessories like a white denim vest, cool kicks, and a fashionable hat.

4. MOODY FLORALS
There's nothing like a decadent, stormy floral to get you into a fall mood. Our captivating Siren print cultivates elegance, confidence, and beauty. You can either wear this print in all its vibrant glory in our Goddess Ruched Legging. Or we are loving the more subtle take on this printed legging in our Goddess Siren Yoga Tightwhich features slim, enchanting mesh gathers down the length of the leg.

We want to see your fall style! Post a photo on Instagram and tag us @kiragraceyoga. XO!

Namaste,
Kassandra


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Are you ready to stoke the fire within? This 40 minute Vinyasa Flow class focuses on the element of fire to build internal heat and fuel you with drive, determination and passion.

The element of fire is associated with destruction, transformation, passion and energy. It is also closely related to our self-esteem, self-confidence and our digestion. When unbalanced and underactive, we are low energy, lethargic and have a hard time making decisions and reaching our goals. When unbalanced and overactive, we are quick to anger, frazzled and destructive.

This class is meant to help you find balance with the element of fire! This is a midline focused class so most poses will be focusing on the core through abdominal work or twists. We are also going to incorporate Breath of Fire and use Kali mudra to make the practice whole and complete.


You will need one block in order to do this fiery practice! Look out for other elemental themed classes over the next few weeks :)

Peace, love and balance,
Kassandra


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Pride comes before the fall. Stay humble. Have you ever wanted to try an advanced pose in class but get too worried that you will fall so you sit it out? OR been overly confident, fallen out of it and felt your ego bruise as you quickly look around to see if anyone noticed?   Let's forget about all of that, have fun with our practice as we play around with balance, challenge ourselves to go for the new pose, and most importantly be able to brush it off and get back up to try again.   These six balancing poses will kick your practice up a notch, while also asking you to stay grounded and humble. As an added bonus all the plank variations will really work the core.


Pride comes before the fall. Stay humble. Have you ever wanted to try an advanced pose in class but got too worried that you will fall so you sit it out instead? OR been overly confident, fallen out of it and felt your ego bruise as you quickly look around to see if anyone noticed?

Let's forget about all of that, have fun with our practice as we play around with balance, challenge ourselves to go for the new pose, and most importantly be able to brush it off and get back up to try again.

These six balancing poses will kick your practice up a notch, while also asking you to stay grounded and humble. As an added bonus all the plank variations will really work the core.

Have a set of blocks handy, though I don't ask for them at any point in these poses, know that it is perfectly okay to reach for them at any point for support.

This is a more challenging sequence so I do recommend that you be at an intermediate level to try it out. If you are new to yoga, please check out the other yoga sequences I have on my YouTube channel, and I'll see you right back here soon!

Since these are more advanced poses and may be new to you, please feel free to watch the video lesson instead, Balance, Core and Asymmetrical Poses. If you watch the video you will even see me wavering and struggling to get the final pose over and over again.

Otherwise, let's dive in, have fun and bring our sense of humor to the mat.

1. Two-Legged Table Top Sequence - Find a neutral table top pose, where your spine is parallel to the floor and your belly is engaged. Lift the right leg up and back, reaching it straight out behind you. Keep the right hip from opening up, instead have it pointing towards the ground (along with your knee and toes). Push the right elbow straight, and then extend the left arm out in front of you. With every inhale extend your reach, as you exhale contract and bring the elbow and knee to touch. Repeat this motion a few times. Return your left hand to the ground. Keeping the right leg long, drop just the toes to the ground. Roll onto the inner edge of the right foot. Leaning onto the left hand, extend the right arm up in a modified side plank. Find a spot to focus on as you try to float the right leg up off the mat. Return back to table top. Switch to the opposite arm and leg extended.



2. Low Lunge Side Stretch - Bring the left foot forward with the knee over the ankle. Drop the right knee to the ground. Upright the torso and sink into the hip flexors. Bend the right elbow, bringing the hand to rest between the shoulder blades. Place the left hand onto the right elbow as you take a side bend. Breathing deeply into the side waist. After holding here for a few breaths, move through a vinyasa flow and then take this low lunge stretch on the other side.


3. Two-Legged Table Top Sequence Part 2 - Return to table top. Extend the right leg back as before, but this time reach the right arm forward so that all of one side is lifted. Keep that right side from opening up, hip and shoulder are rotating down. Finding your balance in this pose will be much trickier than when you had opposite sides lifted. Keep your gaze steady and squeeze the glutes. Now you may open up to the side, returning to a modified side plank. Right leg extended and lifted parallel to the ground, right arm reaching up overhead. Maybe look up towards the fingers if it is okay on the neck. If this isn't already enough and you want to try taking it further, let's try for a bow pose variation from here. Bend the right knee, and reach the right hand back to try to catch hold of the foot. Aim to keep the knee and ankle in the same plane, as you push the foot into the palm. Lean the chest back to take a nice back bend. Remember wobbling here is totally normal. Carefully let go, returning to all fours. Try it all on the other side.

4. Warrior 3 Sequence - Come into a high lunge with the left foot forward and back heel and knee off the mat. Bend deep into the left knee, making sure it is in line with the middle toes. Extend the arms overhead, and feel free to take a bit of a bend in the back knee if that's more comfortable. Find a point ahead to focus on as you bring your hands together at the heart. Come to stand just on the left leg, pulling the right knee into the chest. Reaching the arms back overhead, inhale and extend the right leg straight in front of you. Point your toes. As you exhale, slowly float the right leg back behind you. Coming into Warrior 3. Flow through a few of these, inhale the leg forward body upright, exhale hinging forward and floating the leg back.

5. Eagle Pose - From Warrior 3, inhale forward but this time cross the right leg over the left. Take a bend in both knees as you wrap the legs together. Wrap the right arm under the left, bending the elbows and bringing the backs of the hands to touch. Keeping eagle arms, try once again to take a Warrior 3, reaching the right leg back behind you. Breathe through the wobbles and wavers. Bend deeply into the standing leg as you return the right foot and both hands to the ground.

Repeat 4 and 5 with the right leg on the ground and left leg lifted, before moving on to our apex pose.

6. Two-Legged Dog - Before we begin this pose, let me take a moment to remind you not to get frustrated if it doesn't work the first, second or 100th time. I fell out many, many times and still do (honestly, watch the video if you don't believe me). Start first in downward facing dog. Hands flat on the floor, fingers wide, feet hip width distance apart. Tuck the toes and lift the hips up and back. From here, kick the right leg up for 3-legged dog. Bend the right knee, and open the hip to the side. To keep going, come first to the fingertips of the left hand. If you can find steadiness here, walk the fingers back to the center of the mat. Stay here if you want, it is already quite a difficult position. If you still want to play, try to lift the left hand entirely. Reaching it back behind you, try to clasp hold of the back foot. If you find connection push the heel into the palm, and work on bending the back as in the bow pose variation. If you fall, try, try, try again. Return to downward dog, take a child's pose or wiggle it out, before trying on the other side. You may find one side more attainable than the other.

You did it! Whether you clasped your back foot in the final pose or not, you showed up, you played around, and you did it all with a smile on your face (right?)!!!

If you are at all confused, please watch the video below and practice along with me.



Peace, love and balance,
Kassandra


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Hey yogis, you've been requesting some more challenging flows for intermediate students so I decided to put together a class that focuses on balance and core strength with lots of asymmetrical poses! I absolutely love working on balancing poses. They are always very humbling because no matter how experienced and advanced you may be as a practicioner, some days no matter what you do you just can't balance! We'll also play with a lot of great plank pose variations that really get into the obliques and make you engage the inner thighs. You'll need 2 blocks for this practice as we will use them for a few of our plank pose sequences. The key to a class like this one is to not get discouraged and JUST HAVE FUN! Don't take yourself seriously if you fall once, twice or a million times! It's all good and it happens to everyone. The goal of yoga is not to have a seamless practice where everything is perfect. In fact, there is no goal! Simply enjoy the process and trust the fact that you are getting stronger every time you step on your mat. You are doing good for your body and that's what counts!




Tag a friend who could use a bit of a challenge in their practice...

Speaking of challenges, have you signed up for the 14 Day Challenge that starts October 9th? Doors close October 5th so register while you can!! http://bit.ly/14dayyoga
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As a yoga teacher I often feel like I should be doing "more" and "better". The truth is I've gotten so busy that I've neglected my home practice and I feel really guilty about it..

While I do have an active practice, it's often in front of a camera for a YouTube video or when I'm planning my next class.. None of this is wrong, but I really miss my daily "me" time on the mat.

So.. I'm doing something about it! On October 9th (my 27th birthday) I'll be going through my 14 day yin and yang yoga challenge in the hopes of getting my routine back on track! Would you like to join me?

If you want a community that will support you and keep you accountable for 2 whole weeks of Vinyasa and Yin Yoga, this is it!

Doors close for registration on October 5th and we begin on the 9th. No more shame, no more putting it off and no more excuses! I'm doing it and I hope you will too 😊 

>> CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE & SIGN UP

Kassandra


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My 27th birthday is coming up on October 9th and I want to kick it off with a BANG! To celebrate, I've decided to gift myself with two weeks of daily yoga. I'll be doing my 14-Day Yin & Yang Yoga Challenge and I'd LOVE for you to do it with me 

Starting a yoga practice is one thing but maintaining it is a completely different story. One of my biggest struggles is getting on the mat consistently... You'd think this would be easier for me since I'm a yoga teacher but it's really not. Life has a tendency to get in the way!

If you've been in a "yoga rut", this is for you. By combining Yin & Vinyasa yoga in easy to follow 20-30 minute classes, you'll get the boost of inspiration and motivation you need to get back to your regular yoga practice while helping you get stronger, leaner, more flexible and a whole lot calmer!
There are tons of bonuses added to this challenge such as 7 core workouts, an ebook of 100 yoga poses, access to our private facebook group and more!
Since this is starting on my 27th birthday, the challenge is now just $27 (that's 46% off normal price!).  Click the link http://bit.ly/14dayyoga to learn more and join!
Registration and sale ends October 5th. HOPE you'll do this program with me!!  Already purchased this in the past? You get free access!! I'm going to be emailing all past students with a coupon code that let's you sign up for the October 9th start date free of charge 


Kassandra


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