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5 Yoga Classes for Stamina

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“Stamina is the strength and energy needed to exert oneself for an extended period of time. The word most commonly refers to the exertion needed for physical activities like exercise and sports. However, stamina can also refer to the mental exertion needed to perform a task or get through a difficult situation. Improving either type of stamina (or both!) is a great choice if you’re interested in living and feeling healthier.”

Looking to build your stamina? We’ve got the classes for you!

  • Stand Still Sprint with Darren Rhodes: This standing sequence evenly strengthens more than stretches the legs. This class promotes stamina, strength, and stretch. Each pose is held for one minute to challenge you just enough to asana align your state with sadhana (practice).
  • Backbends for Strength, Stamina and Playfulness with Noah: Begin with sun salutations, standing poses in vinyasa, thigh stretches, forearm balance variations, backbends with props (block, strap, folding chairs), into upward bow 1 and 2 and two leg inverted staff pose (dwi pada viparita dandasana) with a strap. This class uses a lot of props, to build opening with support. This class does not include savasana (final resting pose), so take time if you can to rest.
  • Down Dog Assist with Claudine Lafond: Give your partner a juicy assist in down dog while you work on building stamina in the upper body. Enjoy this quick exploration into an equal give and take experience. Strengthen your solo down dog, and use as prep for a solid handstand practice. A fun way to connect and build trust with your partner. Power up your arms and shoulders and invite more even more spaciousness in your back body.
  • Core & Upper Body Strength Flow with Jason: A straight forward vinyasa flow designed to strengthen your core and upper body. Focus on a well-rounded combination of salutations to warm up before mindfully moving through standing postures, accessible arm-balances and inversions. Gain an awareness of your core through targeted strengthening exercises throughout the practice. Discover how small changes made to your vinyasa practice can lead to greater strength, stamina and balance in your upper body and core.
  • The Truth of Life with Marc: Begin with a dynamic sequence to build heat and strength and follow with active restoratives to build strength and stamina. Finish with passive restoratives with pranayama and meditation. Expect standing poses, arm balances, and longer held restoratives to refresh and renew. A comprehensive yang/yin experience meant to nourish your body, mind and soul. Props Needed: A strap, block, bolster and blanket


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