|Yoga Alchemy: Coffee or Else
||Here's a vigorous, well-breathed, hip-intensive practice designed to help you dissolve whatever psycho-emotional, culturally-imposed nonsense you've come to believe about yourself and then replace it with... well, nothing at all.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Axis
||This class begins with some potent core work, then moves into a vigorous, decidedly physically demanding series designed specifically to draw your attention away from the unreliable, addictive noise of the mind, toward the deep, eternal, always-on, the sacred axis around which everything else orbits.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Doomed
||Here’s a deep, grounding to do just that: tonify the body, bring attention in to the heart, untie those karmic knots of cruel injustice and bleak headline, so they can transmute back into useful action.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Fear
||Here’s a fiery, nicely demanding class focusing on the Muladhara chakra, on essential grounding poses (goddess, warriors, malasanas galore) and balanced breathing to help relocate and strengthen your core stability and sense of innate calm when all feels poisonous and manic and OMGWTF.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Fluffy Bunny
||This hour-long blast of challenge is designed to help you NOT race through difficult moments, or clutch too tightly to only the ones you like - the nature of consciousness, after all, is 'spanda': vibration, movement, pulse and flux, the eternal inhale and exhale, not getting stuck anywhere for too long.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Hot Mess
||Here’s a vigorous, fiery sequence designed to help you unify, to calm the hell down, and to focus on the single, perfect, un-fragmented moment you are in, right now. Every pose offers a chance to focus on what you are doing – and nothing else.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Recycle
||Here’s a vigorous flow designed to help locate those stuck, toxic knots of prana, and, instead of trying to “let them go,” work to dissolve them and recycle their potent energy back into the system as bright, healthy and useful.
|Yoga Alchemy: The Two Tools
||It begins with nadi shodhana (alternate nostril breathing) to clear and tonify the primary left, right and center (ida, pingala, shoshumna) energy pathways – essential to moving pranic dynamism more freely through the body. There is also core work to awaken heat and enhance stability.