vinyasa yoga online

  • Fresh Vids + Vibes: Cutting Cords, Embracing the Light, and More!

    What are the latest offerings on YogaVibes?

    Be steady as a rock.

    warrior II

    • A Twist & Balance Exhale Spa SmartFLOW with Tiffany Russo // Start reclining to release tension in the shoulders and neck in this well-rounded SmartFLOW yoga class with Annie Carpenter's assistant, Tiffany Russo. Get the body heated with core work and a series of Sun Salutation variations. Open your chest, but keep the front body and core supported to balance in half moon pose (ardha chandrasana). Continue to challenge your balance in pyramid (parsvottanasana) and revolved pyramid pose. Finish with camel pose, core work in navasana (boat pose), seated hip openers, twists and forward folds. (82 mins.)
    • Xen Strength Yoga with Weights Core Balance Challenge Part Deux with Danielle Diamond // Begin with a quick hip opening warm-up before moving into a standing balancing pose sequence that requires you to engage your core for an extended period of time while strengthening your upper body. After more hip opening poses, boost your heart rate with a unique transition from malasana to down dog and back again. This practice can be done with light hand weights or without. Your practice. Your call. (20 mins.)


    Spew the internal garbage.


    • Cord Cutting Meditation with Ashley Turner // This short, guided meditation class will help you release relationships or people in your life that have been toxic or unhealthy or even help to release things like dreams that you need to let go. Release the ties that have bound you to these relationships and toxicities. Throw out all the internal garbage to create space for the light. (13 mins.)


    Bring in the light!

    camel pose

    • Embrace the Light Exhale Spa Slow Flow with Cristi Christensen // Start standing in this energizing slow flow online yoga class. Warm the body with a core plank series and Sun Salutation variations. Challenge your balance with a standing series involving triangle, half moon, and dancer's pose. Have time to work on hanumanasana as well as an arm balance before finishing with a long cool down of backbends, cooling inversions, fish pose, and reclining twists. (89 mins.)

    You now have the goods to cultivate steadiness and strength, cut the cord on stuff that is no longer serving you, and step into the light! Make a move to your mat to bask in the fresh vibes, yogis.

  • Class Review: Hard Core on the Floor with Gigi Yogini

    The deets.

    Filming Location: Gigi’s Secret Studio in Los Angeles, California Style: Vinyasa Flow Length: 26 minutes Intensity: Level 2 = Moderate Intensity Focus: Core + Sweat Inducing Props: Block Recommended Average Rating: 5/5

    On the teacher.

    Gigi Yogini is an advocate for JOY. Her diverse, empowering flows help students to find a natural rhythm for their practices and a sense of self-love. Fusing inspiration with bouts of laughter, Gigi Yogini creates a yogic bundle of bliss you’ll surely return to time and time again.

    camel pose

    On the class.

    • Work into your core. Begin with a heating form of pranayama - Breath of Fire - to really activate your center. Follow up this brief warm up with some mild, mindful core work.
    • Find what works for you. Every body is different. Explore different variations and modifications to determine what works best for your practice and your body.
    • Do some third chakra fine-tuning. Tap into your core center - the home of the third chakra and your place of joy. Connect to your core strength to access more joy.
    • Get it low to the floor. All core exercises in this online yoga class are performed on the floor. Simple, right?
    • Burst with joy. Where there’s Gigi, there’s joy! Expect to have some fun and maintain a sense of humor, no matter how challenging this practice might be for you.

    gigi yogini yoga

    What people are saying.

    "It is so fun to practice yoga with friends! I really love the integration of singing, meditation, serious core strengthening movement, and JOY!" ~Lauren L 

    From Gigi’s website: Brigitte Kouba, M.A., also known as Gigi Yogini, inspires women of every age, shape and size to love their bodies and practice joy. She teaches weekly classes and works one-on-one with private clients at her studio in West LA. Gigi also leads retreats and teaches at festivals internationally. Her specialty is blending yoga with world music and dance to create empowering, blissful and transformational experiences. In recognition of her work, Gigi was named an ambassador for Lululemon Athletica, YogaEarth and Manduka.

    Find more online yoga classes with Gigi Yogini HERE.

    Get more on Gigi Yogini at, find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.


  • Class Review: Core Flow to Bhujapidasana with Sarah Ezrin

    The deets.

    Filming Location: Los Angeles, California Style: Vinyasa Slow Flow Length: 47 minutes Intensity: Level 2 = Moderate Intensity Focus: Arm Balances, Core, Alignment-Based Props: Block + Blanket Recommended Average Rating: 5/5

    On the teacher.

    Sarah Ezrin delivers what I’m going to call a “subtle a** kick.” Her Vinyasa flows, though slow moving and incredibly mindful, are surprisingly challenging. Plus, she’s an alignment-cuing queen. Her stellar and precise instructions, combined with her intelligent sequencing, will allow you to work into postures with greater depth and awareness.

    flip dog pose

    On the class.

    • A Plank Party. True to its name, this class is heavy on the core work. Get prepared to plug in the belly and settle into lots of plank holds.
    • Shoulder Snuggling Action. Spoiler alert: The peak pose of this Vinyasa slow flow is Bhujapidasana, which translates as shoulder pressing pose. Don’t worry. Before you reach the summit, you’ll do some preparative training to make this arm balancing asana more accessible. If you can’t reach the summit today, there are still places you can work and play.
    • Slow Your Roll. This class is an opportunity to slooooow down. This doesn’t, however, make this experience any easier than a fast moving Vinyasa class. In fact, in many ways, it ups the intensity. Expect to really settle into poses, deeply connect to your breath, and sustain longer holds to build your endurance.
    • Instruction Heavy. Expect lots of awesome cues and options for various modifications on more advanced poses. There’s a lot to absorb in this class, which is why I recommend practicing it more than once. It really sets the stage for solid alignment and proper core engagement.

    ab workouts

    What people are saying.

    "This is a great video! It was pretty challenging, but not unmanageable. Sarah did a great job of explaining Bhujapidasana when it was time to try that pose!" ~ Nomnso K

    From Sarah’s website: Based out of her hometown of Los Angeles, Sarah is a RYT-500. She is trained in Vinyasa Flow and the Ashtanga method, which is her daily practice. Sarah received the YogaWorks certification to conduct teacher trainings in early 2011. Internationally recognized, she teaches workshops and retreats across the globe.

    Find more online yoga classes with Sarah Ezrin HERE.

    Get more on Sarah Ezrin at, find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

  • Fresh Vids & Vibes: Core Crazes, Learning Your Limits, and More!

    Core Infernos. core exercises

    • Core Stability Flow with Alexa Lane // In this Vinyasa flow class, focus on core stability, strength, balance, and stretching the hamstrings. This online yoga class includes Half Moon Pose, Warrior III, Side Plank, Monkey Pose, and Boat Pose. Enjoy a seated cool down followed by savasana. (31 mins.)
    • Core Focused Flow with Gigi Yogini // Strengthen your core with the use of a block (or other creative prop) between your thighs to activate your lower abdominal muscles and pelvic floor. Challenge yourself by using this online yoga class as a regular practice to increase your overall strength. (14 mins.)
    • Xen Strength Yoga with Weights Core Balance Challenge with Danielle Diamond // This yoga with weights class focuses on building core strength while challenging your balance with a creative combination of standing poses and extra hip opening asana. Add upper body strength moves to sculpt your arms, plus cardio bursts to elevate your heart rate, and create core strength and balance like never before! Relax with a long cool down, savasana, and pranayama exercise. Practice with light hand weights or none at all! (72 mins.)


    Prenatal Restoration.

    prenatal yoga online

    • Second Trimester: Hips Open! with Olynda Smith // Focus on poses that are fantastic for the second trimester, but can also work well for anytime during pregnancy. After a prenatal specific warm-up,  focus primarily on hip openers. These grounding poses can help bring calmness and peace during periods of great change. They also prepare the body for the great transformation of the birthing process. Feel grounded, calm, refreshed, and connected to your body and baby. (30 mins.)


    Know Your Bounds.

    Lunge Twist

    • Learn Your Limits with Sage Rountree // In this online yoga for athletes class (and everyone!), work on learning where your limits are, and what might cause them. Along the way, develop the wisdom to discern between what you can control and what you cannot. Start with an innovative belly-down sequence to work the spine, hips, and shoulders. Then, move to a surprisingly tough sit-to-stand-to-sit exercise. Assess the range of motion in your hips in standing balance poses, then release your hips deeply in lunges on the floor. Finally, practice surrender in a resting position appropriate to your body's unique needs. (74 mins.)


  • Class Review: 30 Minute Pick Me Up with Joan Hyman

    The deets.

    • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California
    • Style: Vinyasa Flow
    • Intensity: Level 2 = Moderate Intensity
    • Focus: Backbends + Hip Openers
    • Props: Block + Blanket Recommended
    • Average Rating: 4/5

                                                                                                                                   On the teacher.

    Joan Hyman always brings her A-game. Her excellent instructions, challenging and upbeat flows, and openhearted approach create an alluring yogic elixir of intelligence, intensity, and lightness.


    On the class.

    • Sweat. This class packs a punch for its brevity. It you’re looking for a dose of intensity and perspiration, this class is where it’s at!
    • Energize. Start with a very stimulating pranayama exercise: Breath of Fire. Get the Shakti surging in no time!
    • Stretch it out. Open up the hip flexors – typical areas of tightness and tension.
    • Feel expansive and awake. Practice Ustrasana (Camel Pose) to feel open and energized for your day.

    yogaworks vinyasa online

    What people are saying.

    • “I've never had a class with Joan in person, but I've had bazillions with Jeanne Heileman and she has always spoken highly and fondly of Joan, so I thought, "why not gives this class a try?" I'm a stay at home dad and sometimes only have small snippets of time so a 30 odd minute class sounded great. And Joan did not disappoint. You get a nice little all around practice here and feel like you've probed the depths in a good way. And it's definitely a "pick me up"! I think Joan may have intended this as a way to get going in the morning, but I practiced it in the evening of one of those logy Sundays where my kids had worn me out and I just couldn't get going. This did the trick! Thank you Joan!” ~Eric O.
    • "Ahhhh, thank you Joan! Missing our great two-hour practices but this is a whole lot more do-able these days, and it was just what I needed. Cleared a lot of those cobwebs right out. I'll be seeing you again tonight for a pre-sleep wind-down! Would love to see more of these shorter practices... for those days when a little is better than nothing!" ~Anne F.
    • "Perfect pick me up and centering after a busy day!" ~Emily W.
    • "Great way to start the day! Thanks, Joan!" ~Kendra M.
    • "This is a lovely class. It's well paced and packs a lot of good movement into the 35 minutes. I feel energized, a lot less sluggish than I did beforehand, and more relaxed all at the same time." ~Elana M.

    From Joan’s website: Joan Hyman is a distinguished YogaWorks Senior Teacher, who weaves her personal yogic journey into popular teacher trainings, workshops and retreats around the world. Her teachings come from an organic, intuitive place as she draws upon the joyful study of Ayurveda (the science of life), chakras and meditation. With over 20 years of experience, Joan is E-RYT 500-hour certified with Yoga Alliance and a dedicated, 10-year Ashtanga practitioner who is proficient in second series and recently has begun Advanced A (third series)—a high level of achievement among Western yogis. Her challenging and upbeat YogaWorks Vinyasa flow classes are well liked among the Los Angeles yoga community. Practicing with Joan is an experience; her instruction is intelligent and light, infused with a strong level of intensity that stems from years of focused study.

    Find more online yoga classes with Joan Hyman HERE.

    Get more on Joan Hyman at, find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.


Items 16 to 20 of 147 total

Please wait...