Emily Perry - Shine Bright (30 mins) - Level 2

Emily guides us through a vinyasa practice designed to help connect to the heart space. We move through a series of core strengtheners, balancing postures, and back-bending postures to find more brightness in our day.

Ali Cramer - Welcome to Season 3 (1 mins) - Level N/A

Find a true state of balance. Ali welcomes us to Season 3 of Ayurveda where we explore the 5 Vayus or winds. This season we delve into asana and pranayama practices designed to help us cultivate an awareness of the subtle energies within our bodies while facilitating the circulation of Prana or life force to support our overall wellness and relationship with self.

Ali Cramer - What Are the Vayus? (10 mins) - Level N/A

Ali shares a talk on Prana and the Vayus—what they are, their benefits, and how to balance the energies.

Ali Cramer - Udana Vayu (40 mins) - Level 2

Inspired by Udana Vayu, Ali guides us in a rhythmic and strong vinyasa flow designed to promote clear communication and spaciousness in the throat. You will feel a fresh sense of energy and openness.

Michelle Marlahan - 3-Part Breathing Practice (10 mins) - Level 1

Michelle guides us through a 3-part pranayama practice to open the various parts of the torso that can become restricted when we are in a state of grief. This practice will hopefully result in promoting more spaciousness and ease in the body.

Michelle Marlahan - Lymphatic Flow (15 mins) - Level 1

Michelle guides us in a practice of self-massage and abhyanga to help move the lymphatic fluid in the body. You will feel a release of tension.

Emily Perry - Steady Simmer and Flow (30 mins) - Level 2

With an invitation to let the breath guide the movement, Emily offers a steady flow to find space while generating heat in the body. We move through a series of standing postures before making our way to the ground for a series of stretching postures. You will feel relaxed and spacious.

Michelle Marlahan - What Is Grief? (5 mins) - Level N/A

All loss is valid and it is all different Michelle talks about five ways that grief can affect us—emotionally, physically, mentally, behaviorally, and spiritually.

Michelle Marlahan - Welcome to Yoga for Grief (1 mins) - Level N/A

Michelle welcomes us to Season 1 of Yoga for Grief where we explore easy, gentle movement practices to start to feel into our bodies again while investigating various integration tools to help with the many facets of loss. Come exactly as you are.

Michelle Marlahan - Tool- Make a Resource List (15 mins) - Level N/A

Michelle shares a tool that was helpful for her in moving through loss and grief. She talks about how to distinguish pain from suffering, watching and tracking, and identifying things that bring more calm and spaciousness into your grieving process.Please see attached PDF Resource List to assist you with this integration practice.

Michelle Marlahan - Michelle's Story (15 mins) - Level N/A

Michelle shares her intimate and personal story of loss and grief and how she found her way back to her practice.

Michelle Marlahan - Meeting Again (25 mins) - Level 1

Michelle guides us through a quiet practice of simple, supportive movements. She provides clear and easy alignment instructions to help provide a safe container in which to feel.

Emily Perry - Find Your Rhythm (30 mins) - Level 2

Find your unique rhythm. In this groovy flow practice, Emily guides us through a series of fluid standing postures and an expansive heart opening Ustrasana (Camel Pose) before moving to the ground for some deep stretches and a replenishing Savasana (Corpse Pose).

Dylan Bernstein - Ashtanga Led Primary- Second Half (40 mins) - Level 2/3

Dylan guides us in the second half of the led Ashtanga Primary Series. With the traditional counted breath guiding our practice, we cultivate steadiness, ease, and efficiency. This practice is designed to be done directly after Ashtanga Led Half Primary.

Gil Hedley - Superficial Fascia (60 mins) - Level N/A

Gil delves into the world of fascia, taking a close look so you can develop a deeper and more intimate understanding of it. This video was filmed and produced by Gil Hedley. It includes videos and photos of dissections of cadavers (embalmed human donors). You can visit his website for more information about his workshops.

Gil Hedley - Dissection of Skin (35 mins) - Level N/A

The study of integral anatomy is an invitation to the whole person to study the whole person. Gil introduces us to the series so you know what to expect and then begins the dissection with the first layer, the skin. This video was filmed and produced by Gil Hedley. Please note that it includes graphic videos and photos of dissections of cadavers (embalmed human donors). You can visit his website for more information about his workshops.

Robert Sidoti - Active Recovery (35 mins) - Level 1/2

Work inward. Robert guides us through an active recovery practice to create more space and ease in the body. We move through a series of stretching postures to enhance mobility in the shoulders, hips, legs, and spine. You will feel a sweet release.

Suniti Dernovsek - Welcome to Somatic Experience (1 mins) - Level N/A

Suniti welcomes us to Yoga and the Somatic Experience, a 5-week course designed to help us move and feel from the inside out while finding greater freedom in the body, heart, and mind. Through weekly 60-minute practices, which inspire new ways of moving through curiosity and inquiry, you will feel more fluid, connected, and awake in your being.

Suniti Dernovsek - What is Somatic Movement? (15 mins) - Level N/A

Somatic practices are about feeling and being with the body. Suniti shares a talk on somatic movement, inquiry, and how somatics relates to the yoga practice.

Suniti Dernovsek - Tips for Success (1 mins) - Level N/A

Suniti offers five tips for stepping into our work together in this course—setting an intention, gathering a toolkit, tracking the experience, practicing curiosity, and engaging with the material. You will need a yoga mat, two blocks, a blanket, and a journal for this course.


Yoga for Detox

Poses to help you cleanse

From reading the celebrity rags, you may think that detox is something you do by either checking into a cushy rehabilitation facility or consuming nothing but liquids for 21 days. It seems either overly arduous or something only the rich and idle have time to do. But your body is designed to engage in detoxification every day.

Savory and Sweet Summer Fruit Guide + 3 Delicious Recipes

Some might say that the best part of summer is the longer days, or the warm temperatures, or the trips to the beach. But I respectfully disagree. My favorite part of summer is the ripe, flavorful fruits that will be in season from now until the fall.

Detox 101

Looking to detox? Find out which detox diet is right for you.

Benefits of Eating What’s in Season

Why seasonal food is better for you and the planet

Eat local. Eat what’s in season. Eat organic. Confused by multiple messages about what to eat and where to buy it?  We’ve looked into eating seasonal food and have it all figured out. Here’s why you should (really) do it.

Easy on the Wallet

4 Tips for July 4th Picnics, BBQs and Pool Parties

Have a happy, healthy Independence Day!

As I discussed in the article 7 Ways to Fast Track Your Weight Loss This Summer, eating healthy and staying on track with your nutrition plan during the summer months is not as easy as one might think. The increased socializing that often takes place during this time of year makes for quite a calorie challenge.

Restoring Your Soil

Tips to make your garden greener

“Mary, Mary quite contrary … How does your garden grow?" Even if the answer is “not well,” a black thumb might not be to blame. Instead, the culprit could be poor soil quality.

Getting Kids to Eat Right

A healthy French Toast recipe for your family

Meditation and Visualization

How to focus your mind to benefit your body, plus 4 types of meditation

Meditation and visualization are empowering tools to enhance consciousness and self-awareness and to focus the mind. Visualization is a healthy way of bringing positive energy into your mind, body and spirit, expanding your capacity for creativity.

Clean Eats Recipe: Maw Maw's Gumbo

Today, we are witnessing the greatest revolution in nutritional science. It’s the idea that food is not just calories, food is information. The food we eat is literally telling our bodies which gene switches to turn on or off. As a cardiologist, I take this insight seriously. I often see patients at my home, so after their consultation I always take them to my kitchen. I show them inside my fridge and teach them the important role food plays in their health.

Color Your Easter Eggs with Beets & Berries

Natural dyes made from foods you love

Martha Stewart, ever the model of elegant efficiency, is ahead of the rest of us when it comes to Easter eggs; all she has to do is head out to her Palais de Poulet and collect the perfectly pastel blue-green eggs her fancy Araucana chickens lay.


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