Peaceful Yoga Practice for Intermediate Students and Teachers

Peaceful Yoga Practice for Intermediate Students and Teachers

If you are a more advanced practitioner, or perhaps even a fellow yoga teacher, sometimes you still want to take a class. To be instructed on what to do next. To mix up your sequences. But you just don’t want all the talking. If you don’t need the...
7 Poses for a Strength Building Yoga Flow

7 Poses for a Strength Building Yoga Flow

Are you looking for a bit more of a workout on your mat? Short on time but want to build heat and feel a bit of a burn? Feeling a slump and needing to get that energy up quick? Try these 7 poses for a practice that’s equal parts strength and stretch. No props...
Rejuvenate Your Practice with Fun and Challenging Poses

Rejuvenate Your Practice with Fun and Challenging Poses

Are you feeling stuck and stagnant? Whether in your body, mind, or energy. Let’s get it flowing with these 7 poses and short sequences. No props required, but if you like please feel free to use them. A strap can be really beneficial for binds especially. 1. Tap...
7 Poses to Do If You’ve Been On Your Feet All Day

7 Poses to Do If You’ve Been On Your Feet All Day

Do you spend the majority of the day standing? Running around? Or stagnant but on your feet? Maybe you work retail, maybe you have little ones to chase, maybe you are in the service industry, maybe you like to hike. Whatever it is, unwind at the end of the day with...
7 Yoga Poses for a Good Morning

7 Yoga Poses for a Good Morning

Just because the practice is short, doesn’t mean it can’t pack a punch. Try these 7 poses this morning for a fiery little start to your day. 1. Butterfly – Start seated. Bring the soles of the feet together and let the knees drop out to the sides....