Intermediate Yoga Classes
Take your yoga workout to the next level with our intermediate yoga routines and poses. Our free online yoga videos guide you through how to do intermediate…
In my personal practice I like to tune into my breath and hold the poses for a little bit longer in order to continue to improve my flexibility long term. If you are a more intermediate student, try holding each of these poses for about 5 to 10 breaths.
The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year, but that also means the return of the light. The days get longer from here. This time is a great chance to reflect on what has been and has happened and what lies ahead. It is a great time to spend some restorative relaxing time on the mat, with passive long held poses combined with affirmations.
A full moon is a time of brightness, clarity and illumination. It is a great time to reflect and be grateful for all that is, has been, and will be. Work through these poses with slow, mindful, and fluid transitions to honor the full moon.
Do you hold a lot of tension in the inner thighs? You might not even realize it until you start to stretch. Personally I’ve been horseback riding every day and this area is overworked. My fellow equestrians you will really enjoy this sequence. But I believe this one is truly great for everyone.
So you’re a yogi, and you’re always talking, thinking, working on improving your flexibility. But how often do you work on your mobility? Especially as we age, it is increasingly important to shift the focus to mobility overall.
Some times slowing down can really increase the strength and difficulty of a pose. I almost always find that to be the case in yoga. Try these 7 poses, and hold each one for at least 5 deep breaths for an intermediate yoga challenge of strength and balance.