This Summer-focused practice evokes lazy days sitting under a tree; the sounds of crickets lulling me into a state of satisfied stillness. I created this class to evoke your favorite relaxed Summer memor
Respected family therapist Virginia Satir recommended 4 hugs a day for survival, 8 hugs a day for maintenance and 12 hugs a day for growth. What to do when you can't get enough hugs? Try this practice. 6 MINUTES.
Destress your neck, shoulders and upper back with this lovely class. Bring a strap. 60 min.
Energy travels along the spine, up the Ida as we breate in and down the Pingala as we breathe out. We have unconsciously noticed these movements in energy, saying we are "up" when feeling good and "down" when we are not. This practice attunes us to the balanced flow of prana in our bodies along these spinal channels. 60 min.
This gentle class focuses on expanding lung capacity for deeper breathing and greater health.
Join Joanna and her students for this nourishing practice. 60 MINUTES.
The lymphatic system plays a major role in the body's immune system, This gentle chair practice emphasizes familiar poses that massage the lymph system, vital for healthy immunity. 45 MINUTES.
Got an hour? This gentle morning practice covers all the basics: Asanas seated, standing, forward folds, back bends, twists, pranayama and savasana. 60 MIN.
This relaxed-pace class focuses on self-nourishing poses and present-state awareness.
Aparigraha, "non-grasping, non-covetousness," is one of the 10 yogic virtues. Letting go of what you don't need, physically and mentally, creates immense peace and freedom. The asana practice related to letting go is hip openers. Our hips carry childhood stress, they also give us the flexibility to move forward in life. The pranayama practice is ---breathng. With every exhale, we let go, with every inhale we accept newness. Enjoy this practice to develop the virtue of Aparigraha. 60 min.