30 - 60 mins

30 - 60 mins

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30 - 60 mins
  • Ashtanga Remix

    This practice follows a moderate pace, giving time to observe the breath and sensation as we move through a series of standing postures inspired by Ashtanga yoga. Accessible from beginning to end, we'll use blocks for support and take advantage of opportunities to cater the practice to whatever y...

  • Navegando tu core

    Esta clase sera un viaje desde el centro hacia la periferia, conectando con los músculos mas profundos de tu core, utilizando la postura del barco como ancla para movernos mas dinamicamente desde la estabilidad.

    This class will be a journey from the center to the periphery, connecting with the ...

  • Shoulder Binds Unbound

    This flowing practice helps to build the rotational capacity of our shoulders, building towards some of the more complex shapes we might see in our yoga practice.

  • Train Your Up Dog

    Join me in this deconstruction of your Up Dog - isolating and activating each component. Notice the difference as we then integrate this work into some flows, spending some extra breaths in this (usually) transitional posture. Have a couple of blocks handy and some support for prone work as needed.

  • Spring in Your Step

    Layering foot, ankle, and knee work, let’s see what the form of Warrior 2 feels like in your body when you build it from the ground up. You’ll have chances to see what changes from beginning to end as you ebb between detail work and fluid self reflection. A dowel, 2 blocks, chair or wall will hel...

  • Bow Pose AKA Tummy Time

    Adults don’t spend much time on our bellies, extending our backs and floating our limbs, but babies sure do. What can we learn from tummy time? Short, sweet, and steady, this practice offers lots of prep for easeful prone back extension to get you ready for Bow, as well as Camel and Bridge. A bla...

  • Hip Rotation - Greatest Hits

    No props needed for this class. Enjoy 45 minutes of some of my favourite juicy mobility exercises, designed to show us where we are with our current mobility and then have those hips feeling strong and buttery.

  • Unleash Your Inner Animal

    Animal flow is a movement practice inspired by different disciplines, including yoga. We'll prepare our joints of this class and then we'll jump right in some new movements that will challenge your mobility and strength.

  • Hips and Spine Combined

    In today's class we zero in on some movements around the pelvis, including the internal and external rotation of the hip capsule and some activation and stretching of the hamstrings. We also spend some time moving our spine through flexion, extension and rotation. We play with our balance briefly...

  • Shoulder to Shoulder

    In this class we focus on the thoracic spine and movement around the shoulders. Since we often focus on the front of the body we aim here to bring more awareness, balance and some strength work to the back of the shoulders. We use a block in this class but this can be substituted for a book of an...

  • You, The Wall, and Side Plank

    This standing practice is great for someone who wants to explore side plank in a way that puts less pressure on the shoulders and wrists. As well as being leg and knee friendly. This is also a fun way to explore if you struggle with side plank on the ground.

  • (Un)knotted Squat

    Join me in this exploration of the components of a twisted squat, inviting the arm position of binding without necessarily linking hands...unless you want to! Bring along a couple of sliders (or alternative) for your feet, a dowel or strap, 2 blocks and optional light hand weights.

  • Empujando Límites

    Clase enfocada en el empuje como nuestra capacidad de poner limites y definir nuestro espacio peripersonal a través de la movilidad y fuerza de nuestro cuerpo.

  • Step Through - No Momentum

    The step through, from downward dog to a lunge, is a very common movement in Vinyasa-style practices. Often times we might swing the foot forward a little to get it a bit further between the hands. But not today we don't ;)

  • Windup to Winddown

    Get up and get back down again, and again. This dynamic class will help you to build your strength, coordination, and balance.

  • Stand in Your Feet

    Enjoy a session with a block or book to challenge your balance and help you to connect with the ground. To notice and feel the small movements we might take for granted as we move through our days.

  • Asymmetry Central

    Get ready to feel a little frustrated with me with this one ;) Have a block at the ready, as we're going to be using it to both decrease stability and symmetry throughout this class.

  • Twist, Toes and Flow

    In today’s class we work through spinal segmentation and thoracic rotation. We spend time working on our feet in varying positions, focusing on extension and checking in with the movement of each of our toes. We use this foundational work to play with our balance; in some exploratory hinges and f...

  • Flow to One Legged Crow

    Want to feel some heat, tap into your inner child and even build a little self confidence? Well this flow is for you. Using "traditional yoga" poses to activate and prepare our bodies we flow to one legged crow. Seated and reclined options are explored ensuring that everyone will have a one legge...

  • Expansive Flow

    Enjoy a chaturanga-free flow class that aims to create a sense of expansiveness in your shoulders, spine, and hips using 360 breathing paired with fluid movement. Find your own rhythm, and experiment with breathing patterns. You may want a pair of yoga blocks for this practice.

  • Low Back Fix

    This practice includes movements that address low back stability and mobility. It is what I do when my low back is feeling a bit wonky!

  • Flow into Bliss

    In this class you’ll move your whole body and you’ll arrive to a beautiful savasana with a guided meditation. Are you ready show you and your body some love?

  • Salute to the Moon and Back

    Enjoy tapping into your creative flow as you move through this sequence of poses. We explore spinal extension and strong standing postures with plenty of opportunity to add in your own expression. We repeat the sequence a number of times to allow more freedom of movement and personal practice...

  • Low + Slow Hip Flow

    A lower body tune-up perfect for those times when you're in the mood to get grounded. No standing postures or weight-bearing on the hands means a more laid-back approach to hip mobility, one that will have you walking away from the mat relaxed and at ease.