This platform was born out of the requests of many students near and far. A way to bring home practice to you. You will find rich and nourishing practices from gentle to vigorous, mantra to movement, quick connections to deep dive series. Influenced primarily by the teachings of Krishnamacharya in the tradition of Vinyasa Krama classes emphasize the link of breath, movement and overall peace of mind.
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Yin and Prānāyāma for the Liver, Lung and Large Intestine Meridians
This practice involves Yin yoga postures, deep inner awareness and Prānāyāma to activate and balance for the Liver, Lung and Large Intestine Meridians. A wonderful practice anytime but especially to work with excess vata or to ground during the Fall season.
The spleen meridian runs up the inner foot, leg, waist and front of the ribs. It is a yin meridian and by TCM standards is responsible for our connective tissue- literally what supports our bodies (the inner webbing that binds us together). It also is highly responsible for digestion and circulat...
This "no-flow" hatha and restorative practice is focused on therapeutically oriented movements and positions to bring stability and space to the lumbar spine (lower back) region. Expect gentle hip mobility work, spinal traction and deep restorative asana.
This hour long yin practices is great for any time of year! A well rounded practice ending in pranayama. Mildly invigorating and extremely soothing this practice is a great one to keep in your rotation!
When the liver meridian is out of balance we can experience more anger and frustration. This practice is a balancing practice for the liver/gallbladder and offers a safe space to land exercising peace and patience.
The Spleen meridian when balanced represents faith, intention and honesty. When out of balance we can experience worry, angst and self-doubt. This practice focuses on bringing attention and energy to the inner legs, hips, spine, throat and tongue to balance the Spleen Meridian and ground our ener...
An intelligently sequenced, full body yin practice incorporating side bends, forward folds, backbends, twists, an inversion, breathing and intention with a focus on the heart, liver and small intestine meridians. A wonderful reminder to cultivate kindness, grace, and relationship over anger, gree...
This 45 minute restorative yoga practice helps to relieve vata (dryness, stiffness, air) from the digestive system and lower back. A great practice for the Fall transition or anytime you feel the need for grounding and relaxation!