An offshoot of Ashtanga yoga, Vinyasa Flow teachers use creative sequencing to facilitate the sensation of a moving meditation. Vinyasa Flow classes focus on joining breath and movement, building strength, toning, and calming your mind - with a playful spirit.

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  1. Water Element Flow

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    $9.99
    Tap into your natural ability to flow in this vinyasa practice with Tara Eschenroeder that is as nourishing as it is challenging. Music provided by Nick Gonnering.
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  2. DeMystifying Arm Balances: Kapinjalasana

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    $9.99
    Join Lillian for a 50 minute vinyasa flow that builds to kapinjalasana, which is a playful, heart opening variation of side plank.
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  3. Demystifying Arm Balances: Bhujapidasana

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    $4.99
    Join Lillian Jacobs for a 35 minute flow building up to bhujapidasana, arm pressure pose.
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  4. Earth Element Flow

    $9.99
    Guided by the rhythm of movement and inspiration of poetry, Tara Eschenroeder will take you on a flowing journey through the earth element. The music accompanying this class is by Nick Gonnering.
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  5. Yoga 101: Hips & Hamstrings

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    $4.99
    Join Sarah Keely for a Yoga 101 classes that is focused on hips and hamstrings. You'll learn lunges, half-splits and side plank in this quick flow. Great for a beginner yogi.
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  6. Yoga 101: Standing Poses

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    $4.99
    Join Sarah Keely for a Yoga 101 class focused on standing poses. You'll learn Warrior 1, Triangle, Twisted Triangle and Standing Hand to Foot in this quick flow. Great for a beginner yogi.
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