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Yoga Class Description

Twists are not only a great way to detoxify the organs, but they are also good for wringing out and realigning the spine. As we go into deeper twists we will visit Parsva Bakasana (side crane pose) and finish off the practice with mild backbends. This online yoga class was filmed live at Yoga Tree Hayes. (35 mins.)

Level: 2 Style: Vinyasa Flow Yoga Focus: Arm Balancing + Inversions Yoga, Twisting Yoga  

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Comments & Reviews

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Lauren F

This class was the perfect short flow following my run. I loved the variety of poses and creative sequencing with a nice challenge toward the end. As usual, Laura's cueing means looking at the screen is unnecessary. Hope to see more like this, thanks Laura!



Laura Burkhart

Laura Burkhart is the founder of Yoga Reach International and a widely celebrated yoga teacher. She instructs at some of the most popular yoga studios in San Francisco, including Yoga Tree. She’s passionate about continuing to develop Yoga Reach International, which specializes in yoga travel-adventures, classes and workshops with a philanthropic intention: to support the communities that it touches through hands-on projects and donations. Laura’s smooth and rhythmic flow style yoga videos are creative, intelligently sequenced and challenging. Her teachers, Shiva Rea and Jason Crandell, have strongly influenced her intuitive, free-flowing and eclectic way of teaching. Areas of focus on YogaVibes: Yoga for Beginners, Vinyasa Flow, Chair Yoga, Arm Balances and Inversions. For more on Laura: www.LauraBurkhartYoga.com.

Classes By Laura Burkhart

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Lauren F

This class was the perfect short flow following my run. I loved the variety of poses and creative sequencing with a nice challenge toward the end. As usual, Laura's cueing means looking at the screen is unnecessary. Hope to see more like this, thanks Laura!