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Slow, Mindful, Playful, and Fun is how these practices are characterized. Designed for students who already have a practice – as more detailed explanations are not included simply to maintain the practice and flow. For those of you familiar with Forrest yoga, you will see some Forrest inspiration here. If you’re newer to the practice, have some sensitivity and injuries in your body, or need something gentler, check out our other videos.

The Shorter Core Flow:

Short and Sweet: 25 mins
This short and sweet practice will ground you in your body and is perfect for any time of the day. We play with core, hips, legs, back bend, and a twist.

Practice Includes:

  • Shoelace (double pigeon) with uddiyana bandha and side bend
  • Bridge, lifting leg
  • Scissors
  • Lunge hops
  • Lunge-pyramid
  • Half pigeon
  • Twist
  • Savasana

The Longer Core Flow

Playful Cooking: 80 mins
This longer practice is designed to activate you as well as get your blood flowing while you still keep your inner calm. We play with core variations, suns, shoulder strengtheners, backbends, inversions, and leg cookers. It’s just overall fun. As there are practices in here without too much explanation (nauli and bakasana for example) some prior knowledge is helpful.

Practice Includes:

  • Tadasana
  • Half sun salutes
  • Fingers interlaced behind back
  • Malasana
  • Cat-cow
  • Bridge 2x with legs up variation
  • Abs with roll
  • Elbow to knee
  • Straddle lifting through
  • Twists
  • Roll ups
  • Crow/bakasana
  • Uttanasana with Uddiyana Bandha
  • Dolphin
  • Uddiyana Bandha
  • Horse
  • Nauli
  • Sun Salutations to Standing:
  • Lunge with variationsPyramid
  • Standing Splits
  • Shoulder Shrugs
  • Warrior II
  • Reverse Warrior
  • Half moon
  • Extended Side Angle
  • Turn Signal
  • Low Boat
  • Bow
  • Downdog on the Wall
  • Neck, Wrist, Shoulder Release
  • Lunges on the Wall
  • Inversion of Your Choice
  • Happy Baby
  • Savasana

 

Of course, you’re welcome to practice this even if you are a beginner but know that some familiarity with poses are helpful. Also, the assumption is that your body is pain-free and that you take responsibility with how you move in your body. These are suggestions in how to practice but it’s up to you to know what’s best for you. If you do have any sensitivity in your knees, low back, neck, shoulders, or elsewhere – take responsibility for what is healthy for your body.


1.Flow Yoga All Videos$15.98
2.Flow 24.m4v$7.99
3.Flow 80.mp4$7.99