Vinyasa Flow › Vidya Heisel

Vinyasa flow is dynamic flowing style of yoga. It's really popular and we love it because it covers a real breadth of teachers and teaching styles from a fast 'power' flow to an alignment based or more meditative flow. Vinyasa flow is when we harmonize breath and movement to give strength, grace and freedom.

 

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  • Arm Balancing Flow 53:49
    Arm Balancing Flow

    Vidya Heisel

    A lovely, swift-moving Advanced vinyasa yoga flow class with a focus on arm balancing. Allthough we open hips, hamstrings and the shoulders ready to arm balance, you'll be surprised that if you're not yet ready to arm balance, or you don't want to do so today, if you visualse them, this can have a wonderful effect!! Enjoy! You will need a blanket.



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  • Progress Your Practice: Backbends48:27
    Progress Your Practice: Backbends

    Vidya Heisel

    The third class in progressing your practice series, this beginners yoga class focuses on backbends. Backbends help to keep the back and shoulders open after days hunched over a computer or smartphone and are essential to keep the back and spine healthy. With some slow flow and twists to counterbalance your backbending class. You will need a blanket, rolled up and two bricks.



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  • Progress Your Practice: Healthy Spine and Twists46:10
    Progress Your Practice: Healthy Spine and Twists

    Vidya Heisel

    The second class in progressing your practice series, this class is perfect for keeping your spine healthy with twists. 'You're as old as your spine' is the saying and there is no better way to keep your spine healthy than with plenty of twists and gentle movement of the spine. A perfect way to progress your practice and to keep healthy every day. You will need two bricks.



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  • Progress Your Practice: Forward Folding Flow 44:35
    Progress Your Practice: Forward Folding Flow

    Vidya Heisel

    The first in a progressing your practice series, great for those who have mastered the basic yoga poses but are looking to start to flow! The first class in this progressing your practice series is a fully rounded class, featuring some of the standing poses you'll have grown familiar with, but with a focus on folding forwards. Forward folds help to release hips and hamstrings - things which those of us who have seated work may struggle with. You will need a blanket, a strap and two blocks.



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  • Heart Opening Backbends47:21
    Heart Opening Backbends

    Vidya Heisel

    An intermediate flow sequence that will challenge, move the whole body and focus on the breath. You will move through asymmetric backbends, exploring a more advanced version of Natrajasana, dancers pose, Ardha Chandra Chapasana, half moon arc pose and Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana 1, Pigeon Backbend. You will need a block and a strap. Enjoy these beautiful heart-openers and move for joy with Vidya.



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  • Mindful Hip Openers14:56
    Mindful Hip Openers

    Vidya Heisel

    Increase the range of motion in your hip joint, through easefully releasing tension in the muscles, tendons and connective tissue that surround it.



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  • Seriously Hip Flow36:29
    Seriously Hip Flow

    Vidya Heisel

    In preparation for Eka Pada Galavasana, flying pigeon. Join Vidya in this intermediate/advance fun sequence that artfully warms up the hips in preparation for more challenging arm balances.



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  • Deep Forward Folding Flow49:17
    Deep Forward Folding Flow

    Vidya Heisel

    In preparation for Eka Pada Sirsasana, leg behind the head pose. Join Vidya in this skilfully sequenced flow, which demonstrates how to use PNF, facilitated stretching, to warm up the hamstrings, inner groins and hips, in preparation for leg behind the head pose.



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  • Building Shoulder Strength And Flexibility31:15
    Building Shoulder Strength And Flexibility

    Vidya Heisel

    In preparation for Pinca Mayurasana, forearm balance. Join Vidya in this sequence that combines Kundalini Yoga Inspired movements to warm up the shoulders, as well as careful preparation and detailed alignment cuing to help you master forearm balance.



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