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Ashtanga Yoga

Many of today’s most popular forms of yoga trace their roots back to the Ashtanga style. Ashtanga is a part of the vinyasa tradition, steadily flowing between poses with synchronized breath. Traditionally, Ashtanga’s specific system of sequential poses means the primary, intermediate or advanced series you perform in your practice is same as the primary, intermediate or advanced series performed by yogis all over the world. Though some instructors vary the traditional sequencing with additional poses and postures, the Ashtanga style is always a great choice for yogis looking for a mentally invigorating and physically challenging class.

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ratingRating: 4.86
based on 7 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga40 mins

Ashtanga Standing Postures

Jack Cuneo

Ashtanga Vinyasa is one of the classic forms of asana practice that brought yoga to America. It's still thriving today, thanks to the tireless work of its students and lineage-holders. This class will move you through the beginning of the Ashtanga sequence, which features Sun Salutations and a rigorous set of standing and balancing poses. Your legs will really feel this one.

Jack Cuneo shines a respectful, devoted light on this practice: "Ashtanga Vinyasa was my initiation into yoga. I am not exclusively devoted to the style, but I hope my love and experience with it comes through and benefits you. Because the Ashtanga Vinyasa system is deep and precise, if you enjoy my Ashtanga classes, I highly recommend that you seek out a Certified or Authorized teacher to learn this practice in a traditional way!"

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Level
Intermediate

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You'll Feel It

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None
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
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ratingRating: 4.96
based on 12 reviews

Align & Flow1 hour 18 mins

Align and Flow: Ashtanga Inspiration

Jack Cuneo

Inspired by the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series, this class will open your entire body and guide your awareness as you prepare for Kurmasana (Turtle Pose). Along the way, you'll practice standing poses, twists, arm balances, hip openers, hamstring stretches, and more.

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Level
Adv. Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

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None
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.97
based on 37 reviews

Vinyasa Yoga59 mins

Strong to the Core

Pradeep Teotia

It comes down to the strength at your core. In this challenging class, Pradeep invites you to go deep within - within your center, your body, your spirit. And true to Pradeep style, in this practice we will access that core through multiple creative flow sequences, postures, and his gentle words of encouragement. This practice might become one you return to, over and over.

VIDEO

Level
Intermediate

Intensity
Bring a Towel

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None
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.61
based on 19 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga59 mins

Everyday Ashtanga

Blair Bradley

Ashtanga is the original flow practice from India. The technique of vinyasa, linking the poses together in a flowing sequence of movements timed to breath, originates with Ashtanga Yoga. This vigorous and flowing practice focuses on a set, a progressive series of postures. This class is an accessible and condensed version of the Ashtanga Primary Series, focusing on breath and concentration to help calm your mind and strengthen your body. This a full body, warming, and flowing practice that will warm and ground you.

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Level
Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

Props
Optional block
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.60
based on 5 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga49 mins

Chinnamasta Badass Shakti Flow

Jeanie Manchester

Calling all lovers of Ashtanga flow and breath! This class flows from pose to pose like pearls on a necklace. This is a super meditative class with little instruction, mostly Surya Namaskar, challenging asana holds of 5 breaths, and standing poses that flow like a wave - breath by breath. We end with some seated postures, twists, foreword folds and meditation. If you want to build strength, stamina and heat, this class is for you. This sequence will warm you up for just about anything.

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Level
Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

Props
Blanket
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.77
based on 71 reviews

Vinyasa Yoga28 mins

Free Flow w/ Pradeep

Pradeep Teotia

This FREE class will wake up the body and mind, get the blood and prana flowing for your day. We will do sun salutations and some nice long standing poses. Even though it's just a short one, this practice works the whole body. A good practice for every day.

Oh happy day! Welcome home.

VIDEO

Level
Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

Props
None
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 5.00
based on 4 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga5 mins

Pranayama, Dristi, & Bandhas in Ashtanga Yoga

Alik Brundrett

This FREE short talk by Alik Brundrett is an easy introduction on how to use Pranayama (intentional breathing), Dristi (point of focus), and Bandhas (energy locks) in any Ashtanga Yoga practice.

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Level
All Levels

Intensity
Everyday Namaste

Props
None
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Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.59
based on 11 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga48 mins

Ashtanga Short Form Primary Series

Alik Brundrett

This class provides a great way to practice the essential Primary Series postures in a quicker format. This class moves through the Ashtanga Yoga Sun Salutations, most of the Standing Series postures, some essential Primary Series postures, and most of the Finishing Series. Short Form Ashtanga is perfect for all levels, and offers a structured alignment-based class option for people on the go!

VIDEO

Level
Adv. Beginner & Up

Intensity
You'll Feel It

Props
Block and a strap
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.61
based on 9 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga49 mins

Intro to Ashtanga

Alik Brundrett

This is a fun and easy way to get introduced to the Ashtanga Yoga series. This class explores the Ashtanga Sun Salutations, Standing Series, and Finishing Series while taking each pose slightly slower than normal and working up to each pose through modifications and props. This class is perfect for somebody who is interested in learning the Ashtanga Yoga series, or someone who just likes a shorter, well-balanced class.

VIDEO

Level
Adv. Beginner & Up

Intensity
Everyday Namaste

Props
Block and a strap
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ratingRating: 4.64
based on 18 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga1 hour 5 mins

Led Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow

David Michael Hollander

Ashtanga Yoga is designed to gradually open up the body and deepen the breath through a intelligently sequenced series of postures that move along at a steady pace. In this class David leads you through a vigorous, fun version of most of the primary series up to Bhadda Konasana. There are variations to help with individual needs as well as to protect the hamstrings and knees. We skip over a couple of parts that are best learned directly from a teacher. Be prepared to breath deeply, sweat and challenge yourself!

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Level
Adv. Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

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None
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ratingRating: 4.04
based on 45 reviews

Vinyasa Yoga45 mins

Yoga for Waking Up

Alanna Kaivalya

Wake Up! Do Yoga!
Want a great way to wake up and stay energized throughout your day? I've given you the practice I engage in every morning to start my day. It keeps me a sane, nice person, and balances my body for whatever the day presents. It's essentially an abbreviated form of the Ashtanga Primary series and takes only 45 minutes. Feel refreshed, relaxed, and ready for anything!

Check out Alanna's **NEW** Online Yoga Teacher Training Program!

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Level
All Levels

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You'll Feel It

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None
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ratingRating: 4.68
based on 14 reviews

Ashtanga YogaMultiple Lengths

Dharma Flow

Alik Brundrett

Dharma Flow is a grounding and challenging flow class based on the Ashtanga Primary Series and the Dharma Mittra practice. It involves both foundational and advanced postures that explore the roots of classical yoga and build up to elusive challenge postures through mindful preparation. This class is intended for intermediate to advanced students only.

VIDEO AUDIO

Level
Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

Props
None
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ratingRating: 4.79
based on 24 reviews

Ashtanga YogaMultiple Lengths

Ashtanga Primary Series Lite

Alik Brundrett

For those of you that want an Ashtanga Primary Series class, but found Alik's full-length 120 min Primary Series class too long or challenging, we made this Ashtanga Lite class just for you!

Yoga Chikitsa, the Sanskrit title for the Ashtanga Primary Series, means yoga therapy - a program that when done regularly (so the story goes) cures your ailments and purifies the physical body to make you ready for deeper yogic practice - both physical and meditative. This is a traditional style of yoga first introduced to the west by K. Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India. It takes its name from the 8 limbed (or ashta-anga) system outlined by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutra in 200 BC. Only one of Patanjali's limbs was concerned with the asanas (poses) and his treatise is primarily a roadmap toward meditation and enlightenment. Pattabhi Jois (and before him, his teacher Krishnamacharya) alleges that this system of asana practice is the practice of Patanjali.

VIDEO AUDIO

Level
Intermediate

Intensity
You'll Feel It

Props
None
YogaDownload Online Yoga Class
Flower Yoga Download

ratingRating: 4.72
based on 9 reviews

Ashtanga Yoga2 hours

Ashtanga Primary Series

Alik Brundrett

Yoga Chikitsa, the Sanskrit title for the Ashtanga Primary Series, means yoga therapy - a program that when done regularly (so the story goes) cures your ailments and purifies the physical body to make you ready for deeper yogic practice - both physical and meditative. This is a traditional style of yoga first introduced to the west by K. Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India. It takes its name from the 8 limbed (or ashta-anga) system outlined by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutra in 200 BC. Only one of Patanjali's limbs was concerned with the asanas (poses) and his treatise is primarily a roadmap toward meditation and enlightenment. Pattabhi Jois (and before him, his teacher Krishnamacharya) alleges that this system of asana practice is the practice of Patanjali.

AUDIO

Level
Intermediate

Intensity
Bring a Towel

Props
None