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Advanced Calm Classes

Are you a seasoned yogi looking to calm your body and mind? This advanced program specifically designed to help you release stress and focus on stillness and breath, while invigorating your body and finding your inner harmony. Whether you’re looking to boost mental clarity, unwind after a long day or rejuvenate your mind and body, this program will help you be and feel more calm.

Check out all of our advanced calm program classes:

  • Stoked & Still with Rod: An asana prep for meditation – Get the most out of meditation by physically preparing yourself with this class. Calm and steady your body while opening your hips and lower back muscles, preparing yourself to support a tall, straight spine. On another level, prepare yourself energetically. Address your body, energy, and mind as you prepare to meditate or to simply move into life balanced and prepared.
  • Reframe Your Day with Tiffany: Shift your mindset and reorient your day whether you’re feeling tired, uninspired, tense, frustrated or otherwise in need of change. A nice combination of mindful movement and held postures to help you reframe your perspective. Begin by preparing your practice with pranayama work, progressing into some timed inversions, self massage, core work and surya A’s and B’s to reorient and ground you. Experience a personalized shift that you can use over and over again. Props Needed: Two blocks.
  • Unlocking the Intelligence in Your Hips: Ground and uplift yourself. Open your shoulders, hips and groin through standing, seated and hip opening postures designed to usher you into lotus pose and into a sacred internal space. Props Needed: One or two blankets.
  • Grounding Inversions with Jo: Inversions can be grounding, especially those with a wider base. Ground any mental stress with a highly effective sequence, going from down dog to dolphin to forearm balance. Continue going upside down in headstand with variations, followed by shoulderstand. Bring calm to your mind and refresh your body. Savasana on your own. Props Needed: Two blankets, a block and a strap.
  • Restorative Backbends with Annie: Super tired and feeling tight? This yummy practice will open your entire front body: shoulders, chest and hips with almost no effort. Grab all your props and relax into a sweet opening. Props Needed: Two blankets, a block and a strap.
  • Short, Intermediate Series Flow with Mary: A flowing short form of the Intermediate Series from the Ashtanga system. This practice is ideal for balancing the mind and nervous system, in particular on days that you find yourself with extra energy that needs taming. Most appropriate for intermediate to advanced students.
  • Precisely Peaceful with Chelsey: Drawing your attention inward towards your center makes poses like vrksasana (tree pose) satisfying and peaceful for your mind. As you know life is not predictable or stationary and you are asked to find your stability within the flow. Practice this as you transition from standing straddle to tree. Catch your drishti, commit and calm your mind. Keep that same peace as you explore leg variations in tripod headstand before a nice savasana. Props Needed: A bolster.
  • Rewire Your Nervous System: This is the sequel to the first Get Your Head in the Game class with less information and more steeping yourself in the process. This practice will ebb & flow like the first one to rewire the nervous system and help you get to the core of the practice with brief meditations along the way.
  • Relax, Unwind, Rejuvenate: Relax, unwind and rejuvenate from your day with this grounded sequence of deep forward bends and hip openers. Alternate Nostril Breathing (Nadi Sodhana Pranayama) balances and calms the energies of the mind and body. Seated postures variations of Head-to-knee pose (Janu Sirsasana & Parivrita Janu Sirsasana), Pose of the Sage Bharadvaja (Bharadvajasana), Seated One Leg Folded Forward Fold (Triang Mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana), Cobblers Pose (Baddha Konasana). We open the wrists and feet then enter into a wee little flow stretching quads, hamstrings and spinal twist. Inversions are Dolphin followed by a delicious Headstand with variations (Sirsanana)! Finish with hip openers Cow faced Pose (Gomukhasana) try the headstand transition and Reclining Cobbler’s Pose (Supta Baddha Konasana) to finish.

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