July 13 @ 3-4 p.m. EST: Live Yin Class with Tamika Caston-Miller
Summertime and the living is easy…sometimes. Oftentimes, it’s a season of distractions. While many of us enjoy taking time to rest and reset during the summer, we can easily get caught up in chasing this self-care ritual through anxious preparation and planning. Tamika Caston-Miller invites you to slow down with this one-hour yin yoga practice curated with the summer meridians in mind.
On-demand class coming soon here.
July 20 @ 7-8 p.m. EST: Live Vinyasa Class with Ari Halbert
Finish your day with a strong, intelligent flow followed by a soothing meditation set to the sounds of a truly unique and beautiful instrument: the Hang Drum. This one-hour class will take you through a set of potent postures designed to open both the physical and energetic bodies, creating a deep state of receptivity. From here, you’ll have the space to relax, drop in, and soak up the sounds of the music.
July 22, 2021 @ 3-4 p.m. EST: Live Conversation with Robert Sturman
A dedicated yoga practitioner, photographer Robert Sturman captures the timeless grace and embodied mindfulness of yoga in his stunning work. Robert’s portraits—from prisons to pristine beaches, and chaotic cities to calm retreats—remind us that there is beauty everywhere and that around the world we share the poetic language of yoga. In Sturman’s own words, “I often think of Rumi’s words ‘I can’t stop pointing to the beauty.’ That feels right to me.”
July 28, 2021 @ 5-6 p.m. EST: Live Power Vinyasa Class with Nicole Calhoun
A handstand is just like an onion. There are many layers to peel back, examine, and understand before you can finally nail the pose. This one-house ELXR power vinyasa flow class will help you navigate the flexibility and strength needed for hand-standing. The fundamental flow will focus on hamstring flexibility, shoulder flexibility, shoulder strength, and core strength.
Expect arm balances to help teach body awareness involved in strength poses like handstands, backbends, and binds to create space within the upper back and shoulder girdle, and plenty of chances to test your courage by mixing inversion training into the flow.