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  • 15 Yoga Practice Tips & Strategies for the Holidays

    Maintaining a yoga practice during the holidays can get tricky. We tend to eat heavy, drink heavy, and play heavy. Mix in kids and travel and it becomes that much more difficult to hit the mat. Yes, difficult...but not impossible.

    Here are some tips and strategies to ensure you maintain a little mat action amidst all the holiday madness:

    1. Get family members, friends, and visitors on board. Commit to a class or practice yoga at home together. You can even include the kids with this practice by Lindsey Valdez!
    2. Keep your mat unrolled on the floor at home as a reminder and invitation to practice a short asana sequence, meditation, pranayama technique, or a brief, yet blissful savasana.
    3. Read a book on Ayurveda and food. I highly recommend The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook. This book will inspire clean eating, a health-conscious lifestyle, and maybe some creativity in the kitchen.
    4. Drink warm water and lemon every morning to keep the system alkalized and promote digestion.
    5. Stay hydrated!
    6. Eat in moderation.
    7. Enjoy plenty of rest so food can digest properly.
    8. Cleanse and detox the body with some sweet, long twisting poses. Enjoy these online yoga classes, focusing on twisting postures:
    9. Inhale deeply, exhale fully. This mantra becomes especially effective if you are dealing with confrontational family members or traveling with rambunctious kids. Repeat as much as needed to remind yourself to breathe. Infuse your experience with some deep Ujjayi breathing, as well.
    10. Take extra long walks.
    11. Leave the holiday parties before things get too wild.
    12. Practice a short meditation every day to soak up the moment and facilitate stillness and calm. Enjoy our abundance of online meditation videos.
    13. Infuse some grounding restorative postures into your home sequence. Check out these short practices (under 15 minutes) for inspiration.
    14. Cut yourself some slack and have a good time with friends and family. Adjust your practice accordingly. It is just a few days out of the year, so no harm done if you break your normal patterns of practice.
    15. Lighten up, enjoy the festivities, have a restful and merry Christmas Day, and live fully in each moment.

    What practice tips and strategies do you suggest for the most wonderful time of the year?


  • Fresh Vibes: Get in the Mood for Yoga with Jeanne Heileman

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    Los Angeles based Yoga teacher, Jeanne Heileman. She rocks asana and red boots and we dig it.


    A quick rundown of this alignment-based Vinyasa yoga slow flow…

    Jeanne's online yoga classes are typically strong, with clear instruction, and set in a playful environment, focused to discover a deeper meaning to one's practice. This online yoga class is no exception. Short and sweet, this online yoga practice will move your body in a gentle, yet energetic way. By the end of this practice, we promise that you’ll have a refreshed perspective on life and that your breathing will feel more expansive and effortless. This will help you to feel better all around. (17 mins.)


    This online yoga video was filmed in Gigi Yogini’s “Secret Studio” out in LA, California.

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    Before a longer practice.

    When you don’t feel like getting on your mat.

    When you don't wanna yoga, but know you should yoga.

    When you’re short on time, but still need to work in some flow.

    When you have no juice left for a crazy, intense practice.


    To feel sweet and wonderful, to get in the mood for your personal practice, or to get in a practice when you’re swamped with work and other obligations.

    And finally…how?

    Easy. Click on the yoga video below to get it on with your practice.

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  • Fresh Vibes: Meditate. Integrate. Elevate.

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    Dear Yogis,

    How ya'll doin'?

    Thanking whoever you thank for Friday? Psssh, I bet.

    There's lots of deliciousness on our updated online yoga menu, so go ahead and...

    Experiment. Experience. Enjoy.

    Legs for days.

    Legs Rule Supreme with Gwen Lawrence

    Sculpt and strengthen your stride! Join Gwen for a creative flow with a hybrid functional strength feel. This more energetic online yoga class will guide you to link breath with movement through a set of postures, dynamic holds, and core exercises. Target your legs, quads and hamstrings. Find stability and openness in your legs to protect your knees and hips. Practice this challenging, yet accessible, Vinyasa yoga class to get your heart rate going and your energy flowing! (62 mins.)


    Vinyasa Yoga to Connect to the Beauty of the Invisible with Jason Bowman

    According to classical yoga, the body and mind are inseparable from each other. The asana practice is a tool to disentangle the internal knots that make it difficult to appreciate the intimacy in which these two things relate. In this intermediate Vinyasa yoga video (filmed live at Yoga Tree), you will develop awareness of patterns of sensation in the body. Learn how to take residence in your body by simply feeling all the things that are invisible inside. Teach the nervous system how to remain graceful in all the movements of life. (78 mins.)

    Take a peek inside.

    Guided Meditation with Kino MacGregor

    Sometimes even the asana practice that we all love can be so physical that it is distracting for the deepest state of concentration and absorption. Tune into this guided meditation to begin the inner journey of mental fortitude that is the end goal of all yoga practice. Take the time to quiet, steady, and calm your mind. Anyone can benefit from meditation, not just advanced yoga practitioners. A calm mind makes for a happy life and we all want that! (15 mins.)

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    The Complete Yoga Core Strength Program with Kino MacGregor

    Deep core strength is a key component in every yoga practice. Developing your core muscles helps you to maintain good posture and a healthy back. No matter how beginner or advanced you are, this online yoga video offers you a comprehensive practice to boost your core strength. For regular yoga practitioners, this will be an intense practice aimed at burning away obstacles along the inner body. For new students, this will be an intro into the power of true core strength. Get ready to sweat! (52 mins.)

    Invert yo’self.

    Opening to Pincha Mayurasana: SmartFLOW Level 2/3 Practice with Tiffany Russo

    This well-rounded, alignment-focused SmartFLOW is perfect if you’re looking to deepen or challenge your practice. Focus on inner thigh work and shoulder openers, as you move through this booty kickin’ practice which preps you for the peak pose of forearm balance (pincha mayurasana). (88 mins.)

    Enjoy your practice!


  • Class Review: Morning Quick Flow with Justin Michael Williams

    The Deets

    • Filming Location: Gigi Yogini’s Secret Studio, Los Angeles, California
    • Style: Vinyasa Yoga
    • Intensity: Level 1 = All-levels + Beginner Yoga Video
    • Focus: Crazy Sweaty Flow 
    • Average Rating: 5/5

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    On the teacher.

    Justin Michael Williams is a yoga instructor and social media guru. He is fun, playful, and offers a powerful workout not only for your body, but for your mind and spirit as well. His online yoga classes balance ecstatic energy and sweet relaxation. By incorporating elements of Pilates, strength training, and traditional Vinyasa yoga, he provides a truly unique online yoga experience that will transform your body and take your personal practice to the next level.

    On the class.

    Okay, the sun is up. You’re up. Now what?

    A shot of espresso? News perusing? The snooze button?


    Rise and shine with movement and breath!

    This dynamic online yoga class will open up your energy channels so you can begin your day with strength and clarity. If you’re a yogi on the go and craving a quick, yet effective way to kickstart the day, this is the perfect morning yoga routine for you! (27 mins.)

    What people are saying.

    • Great way to start the day - even for a real beginner like me. Thanks, Justin!
    • Even a good afternoon pick me upper!!!!
    • A lovely, joint lubricating start to the day.
    • A nice, light energizing practice to start the day. Perfect for tight, cold muscles. I love Justin's calm demeanor and positive vibe.

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    For more of Justin's energizing yoga elixirs, check out his expanding collection of online yoga videos on YogaVibes!

  • Fresh Vibes: Power Hours, Coregasms, and More!

    Here are this week’s fresh and fab online yoga videos.

    Browse the new yoga videos to discover what aligns with your vibe.


    To create balance...

    Join Ashley Turner for a guna-balancing class. Balance the 3 gunas (qualities of energy): Rajas (action), Tamas (inertia), and Sattva (balance, poise, vitality). This online yoga class presents a unique opening sequence of side body, upper back and hamstring openers leading to a strong standing series, arm balances, and balancing poses. Focus on mentally and energetically creating poise and equanimity. (89 mins.)

    To feel online

    Check out Gigi Yogini’s online yoga video, incorporating hip openers, heart openers, core strengthening exercises, and more. Post-practice, feel empowered! (64 mins.)

    To release blockages...

    Flow with ease through Cristi Christensen’s live music class. Start this online yoga sequence slowly, finding space within the breaths. Enjoy the healing vibrations of live music from One Tribe, which will help you to let go of stuck energy. Move fluidly through this practice, emphasizing shoulder, chest, and heart openers. End feeling calm, focused, and connected. (90 mins.)

    To energize...

    Dive into Justin Michael Williams’ Power Hour flow. Get a powerful, quick, and effective workout that will leave you feeling strong and energized. This Vinyasa yoga class is specifically designed to give you a full body workout in just one hour! (61 mins.)

    To coregasm...

    Check out Psalm Isadora’s special online yoga series created to rehabilitate after her knee injury. She found that after years of doing yoga and martial arts, she still needed a more complete core workout that included the glutes, obliques, and hamstrings to gain core stability. Core stabilizing muscles influence everything. Build more core strength to avoid injuries, improve how you move in yoga classes, and to relieve back, neck, and shoulder pain. Explore cardio movements in this class to build stamina as well as longer holds to boost your strength. It may burn like hell, but you'll feel like heaven after! (24 mins.)

    Enjoy your practice!

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