Level 2-3

At this level, you are assumed to have an understanding of intermediate yoga poses. Classes are designed to improve your intermediate yoga practice by challenging your stamina and pushing you towards learning more difficult poses. Level 2-3 classes involve holding poses for a longer amount of time, trying to perform advanced and physically demanding poses, and incorporating challenging flows and variations. You move at a faster pace, and go deeper in the poses.

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9 Classes

30 min

May Ur Asana be Pretty as a Peacock

An impressive looking bird and posture, peacock pose requires abs and a good sense of humor. This flow will prepare you to take flight, or as much as a peacock can fly at least. 
20 min

King of the Pigeons: Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

Want to know the secret? It's all in the grip. I'll show you. 
30 min

BendSoYouDon'tBreak

Dynamic Flexibility: Back & Spine

Perhaps the most important area to have dynamic flexibility, backbends require both strength and openness. Whether you are looking to deepen your backbend or strengthen your back, this class balances both so your back stays healthy and limber. 

60 min

It Takes Two to Tango

Dynamic Flexibility: Hips and Hamstrings

Find the sweet spot between a rubber band and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Balancing flexibility and strength is paramount to preventing injury and advancing your practice.

20 min

Abnormal flow

What's normal or not normal? Come and move with me in different ways in this short but sweet abnormal flow. 
45 min

Back in to the Future

Backbends feel challenging to many of us as they require us to move in the direction of the unknown, to where our gaze does not reach. Become comfortable with not knowing what’s around the corner, and safely ease into slightly deeper backbends by opening the front of the body. 

30 min

Mandala style flow

Move from side to side, front to back and in a repetitive pattern that will allow your body to open more and more.
90 min

Ashtanga Full Primary Series

Less instructions, Just simple guiding and timing of postures in this full primary series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. A Led Primary Series class is effective in taking away bad self-practice habits such as a wandering mind, losing the connection with the breath, or fidgeting between postures, and provides an opportunity to refine your practice by following the ‘count’ as it is traditionally prescribed.

30 min

Short ashtanga practice

If you are short of time, a shorter yoga routine is of course much better than no yoga at all. You start this session with still sitting to get grounded before start building up heat with Surya namaskar Continuing with forward folds, twists and to finish of with a couple rounds back bends.