Warrior 3 tests your balance while recruiting some serious strength and flexibility in the standing leg. Jules introduces you to the pose
Breakdown the inversion, Forearm Stand, using props to help you find strength and balance. These teaching tips are great for beginners an
The Warrior 2 tutorial with Jules helps you find the strength this pose demands. Try all 3 variations and see which one challenges you th
Discover different ways to use a prop to help you get the most out of your downward dog – whether it’s your hips, shoulders,
Use a block and a wall to learn about Mountain Pose as you explore several options to determine which is best for you. Sometimes the feed
Learn the intricacies of Half Moon Pose so you can feel more successful while discovering the areas in which you need to focus. You will
Tips for a strong and healthy headstand.
Our feet do so much for us… so this class is dedicated to our feet. It you sometimes have questions about where your feet go, this
Tips for a better triangle pose.
In this short instructional video, you will get all of the basics for how to align yourself properly for a barre class – a descript
A tutorial on how to maximize core strength with a focus on boat pose aka navasana. These tips will give you the core and arm strength ne
More from Tatiana’s Focus Pose series. This one is all about hero and breath alignment.
Learn proper techniques and alignment for triangle pose in this quick 5 minute teaching tip.
Relax and spend some valuable time getting deep into your shavasana. Pure joy.
Calvin explores Downward Dog in this quick teaching tip. Let’s break it apart and put it back together again.
Another segment of Tatiana’s Focus Poses. This time it’s all about lunges and Warrior poses.
With the precision instruction that Calvin always brings, here he breaks down the proper skills for Chaturanga Dandasana.
Another quick tutorial in Tatiana’s series of Focus Poses. In this one she guides you through proper alignment of Downward Dog.
This is quick 5-minute breakdown one of the most called for poses in a vinyasa class.
In this 5-minute teaching tip, Tatiana breaks down cat, cow and child’s poses.
This teaching tip will offer alternate poses you can take while in a flow practice to avoid impact or stress to the knees.
Curious why Vasisthasana, side plank, is so difficult for you? Learn how to properly align your pose to find ease and strength in this ch
Tatiana breaks down another focus pose in this cobra tutorial. In five quick minutes you can learn the basics to this pose which is integ
Are you practicing these videos at home with someone else? Do you wish there was one of us teachers there in your living room to help giv
Using the wall is great when you’re by yourself, but practicing handstands with friends is so much more fun! Here are some ways to
Jules Mitchell breaks down what props you might need, how to set them up in a class, and gives you some good options to use if props are
Another teaching tip from Rudy Mettia to help you understand Triangle pose. Demonstrated by the lovely Anna Hanson.
To perform saf
In this Teaching Tip Rudy and Meghan teach you the basics of Vinyassa Yoga and also how to modify Sun Salutations with the knees. This is
External Rotational Poses are postures where the hips actually rotate outwards away from the body. You may be familiar with some of the
As you move through any vinyasa flow you’re likely to encounter Cobra, Up Dog, or Sphinx. These three poses are essentially modifi
Child’s pose is a very important part of the practice. Many people refer to it as a resting pose, but it can be so much more than
For those of you who have been taking our classes regularly, you probably know the movements of Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutations) without
Crescent Pose is pose we visit on occasion throughout our practice. It may look similar to Warrior 1 however there is one very small cha
Many times throughout our vinyasa flows we step our foot through our arms to the front of the mat. This is a movement that can be a bit
Sometimes yoga postures that we find easiest are actually ones that we need the most help with. We raise our hands above our head all the
Tadasana is the fundamental standing asana of which all standing poses are built from. In most forms of yoga the pose consists of feet
Vinyasa is a Sanskrit term often employed in relation to certain styles of yoga. It denotes a flowing, dynamic form of yoga, connected t
A sequence of beautiful movements… You’ve heard it in class and you think you know what to do when the teacher calls it out
Plank position is something we visit almost every single time we set foot on our yoga mats. Although it looks simple, there are many diff