Challenge Begins October1st
As we return to school, work, busy schedules can we also return to a routine and consistent practice? We all know that yoga helps us keep our energy flowing and helps us navigate the ins and out, ups and downs of all aspects of life. This 2 week challenge is the kick start needed to create a routine of getting on the mat daily to help maintain balance and wellbeing. Doing something everyday for 2 weeks makes it a habit, why not start a healthy habit this Fall?
To join: If you already have a subscription, you don't need to do anything. If you are not a subscriber, choose an option on the right to enter the challenge - $14 to just do this challenge (that is accessible forever), or a subscription that auto-renews for $10/month or $99/year.
Want to join but are short on cash? Apply for a bursary.
Reset, Recalibrate, Revive
Difficulty: Intermediate II
Join Tracey in this intermediate vinyasa flow class where standing balance, thoughtful transitions, and a sense of curiosity are interwoven through a series of postures designed to ground your energy, and calm your mind.
What Can Our Hips Teach Us?
Difficulty: Intermediate III
In this class with Jonni-Lyn, we ask ourselves: What can our hips teach us? Can we open and go further, perhaps lifting into an arm balance? Or maybe we need to back off and give ourselves time and space. Through this practice we will start to open our hips with some sun salutations, standing poses and hip openers. We'll also explore an arm balance with these open hips and then move into our final relaxation and short seated meditation.
Difficulty: Intermediate Ill
Props: 2 blocks
This vinyasa flow class with Josh focuses on hip strengthening and core strength. Prepare to move through a playful and strong power sequence that builds to astavakrasana (also known as eight angle pose), a challenging arm balance.
Integral Practice for Heart Opening
Difficulty: Intermediate I
Props: Strap, blocks, blankets
This integral heart opening yoga practice with Rachel combines all elements of the practice: kriya, asana, pranayama and meditation to create a full and well-rounded class experience. You’ll leave the practice feeling open, calm and refreshed.