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20 Minutes a Day Keeps the Chaos Away

20 Minutes a Day Keeps the Chaos Away

A quick journaling and meditation practice to check in with the four parts of your Self, get the junk out through free writing, and Pranayama using the Pranic Breath technique.

Core Strengthening Moves Using the Yoga Wheel
Core Strength with the Yoga Wheel
Core Strengthening Moves Using the Yoga Wheel
Find Flight! Side Crow Tutorial

(Full Sequence + Printable + Link to 20-min Video)

Beginner’s Vinyasa Sequences

{Click on an image to access a printable version of each sequence}

Half Sun Saluations and Basic Standing Poses
Full Sun Saluations, Warrior 3, and More
Stepping Forward from Downdog to Lunge + Hip Opening Flow
Foundations of Flow - Fire Up Your Flow
Fire Up Your Flow (Sun Saluation B Series)

Accompanying videos are part of the "Foundations of Flow" course on my online class library. Come flow with me!

Advanced Vinyasa Sequences

Level 2/3. This sequence uses lots of work in the legs, belly, and arms to pull into the core and get connected. Building a shelf for the arms in poses like Chaturanga and Wide-Legged Forward Fold help set the foundation for Tripod Headstand. Hovering the bottom arm in Extended Side Angle and Triangle Pose require lots of hugging in action from the legs and into the belly. Handstand hops (they don’t have to be big!!) challenge your bravery and train you to start thinking “hips over shoulders.” A little core work thrown in and a Reclined version of Bakasana, which is harder than you think, but great for those of use with wrist issues. It all culminates in Bakasana to Tripod Headstand. You could even go back to Bakasana from Tripod if you’re so inclined. Enjoy!!

Crow to Tripod Headstand

This sequence is part of the Dynamic Ladder Flows series on my online yoga studio Dynamic Ladder Flow #1 Connected Core Flow. Head on over and do the practice if you have a membership!

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