MIKKI TROWBRIDGE YOGA

This is a 45 minute all levels yoga class, with enough instruction to be appropriate for beginning yogis. We’ll move through a well-rounded practice, but our focus is mindfully cultivating stability and ease in the shoulders. Have less than 45 minutes? Do the first 20 minutes or the last 15 minutes, and your shoulders will thank you. Read More

This is a 25 minute morning flow, that really could be practiced any time of day, but the intention behind sequencing was to gradually shift your body from bed into movement. Read More

his is a full, well-balanced 60 minute yoga class that’s focused on grounding energy and exploring the deep twisting poses. From the comfort of my home to yours. We’ll begin slowly with some breathing and opening work on our backs, before moving into a steady flow that builds towards revolved triangle, with the option for revolved half moon. Along the way we will visit some low lunge and crescent variations, along with warrior 1, warrior 2, extended side angle, revolved chair, wide leg forward fold, and more. We’ll end with some release work for the outer hip, supported bridge and legs up the “wall” before settling into savasana. Read More

This practice is for those days when you need to move mindfully, but you don’t have a ton of time. Just a little over 20 minutes of steady, nonstop movement (no savasana included, so you’ll want to leave some time for that). Our flow includes many classics – down dog, cat cow lunges, all three warriors, extended side angle, humble warrior, eagle pose. Plus an invitation for some challenge work in plank and side plank, dolphin, and potentially some handstand hops (with non-hopping options given). Read More

Just shy of 45 minutes, without savasana. This Level 2 flow yoga class builds to Crow Pose (Bakasana), but never requires you to actually take flight if you don’t want to. The flow will build the awareness, strength and space necessary for Crow Pose – meaning that for those of you who aren’t interested in arm balances, this is a core and hip focused class that will be enjoyable whether or not your feet leave the ground. Read More

Just shy of 45 minutes, without savasana. This Level 2 flow yoga class is meant to simply get you moving and flowing. Intended for those times where you feel stagnant, maybe because you’ve been sitting for a while, or just simply when you feel sloth-like. Read More

35 minute flow created to help get you out of your mind, and down into your feet, and ultimately into your body. Utilizing movement, breath and asana to help ground our sometimes crazy monkey mind. This is a level 2 steady flow class.

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20 minute core-focused flow to prep the body for 1 legged balance poses – specifically Warrior 3. This is a level 2 steady flow class – meaning that very little instruction is given on HOW to do the postures – and is more focused on getting you moving and connected to your body/breath.

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27 minute hip opening flow – building to lizard variations and an option for Eka Pada Koundinyasana II. This is a level 2+ steady flow class including cat/cow lunge variations, Triangle and Warrior 2, and a nice blend of strength/stability and flexibility work. Expect to spend some time in squats and lizard poses. An optional Forearm Stand is also included.
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25 minute Rise & Shine flow meant for the start of your day – but honestly, this video could be used anytime during the day when you need to move and energize the body and the mind. This practice builds to camel pose, so is generally a front body opening class. This is an all levels class. Happy Practicing!
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30 Minute steady flow that focuses on opening the side body, shoulders and hips to prepare you for mermaid (or merman) and dolphin or forearm stand. This is intended as a Level 2 flow class – but lots of options are given to make it all levels.

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20 Minute Slow & Steady Flow – for those days when you just want to move with your breath and need to hit refresh.

The movements and transitions in this sequence are slowed down a bit – but nothing is held for more than a couple breaths and therefore there’s not much explanation or instruction of poses. I don’t recommend this class for beginning yogis.
I also give several options in class – including handstand and arm balance options if you want them, but I always give alternatives if you don’t.

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