PRACTICE | Foundational Yoga

PRACTICE | Foundational Yoga

These Foundational Yoga classes will encourage you to build on classic yoga poses, encouraging you to focus on the basics and gain confidence in your practice.

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PRACTICE | Foundational Yoga
  • Sit Practice

    This short practice will get you comfortable sitting and breathing intentionally. It’s a practice of being present. Remember — when we still the breath, we still the mind. Feel tension releasing from the top of your head to the tips of your toes as you finish this practice in Savasana, our consci...

  • Spine Practice

    Spine Practice focuses on the strength and health of our spines. In our everyday lives, we rarely articulate our spine through its full range of motion. This practice will leave you refreshed and is a great supplement to sitting for long periods of time. It is also a great practice to do if you s...

  • Hamstring Practice

    Hamstring tightness is one of the most common problems that students face when beginning a yoga practice. This restorative practice focuses on opening the hamstrings with slow and conscious movements. Bring gentle awareness to the tightness in the backs of the legs, releasing tension with each br...

  • 15-Minute Practice

    The 15-Minute Practice takes you through Sun Salutations, transitions into sitting and breathing exercises, and ends in Savasana, calling for you to focus on reaching a place of intentional relaxation and release of stress and tension in your body. After this practice, you should feel both calm a...

  • Restorative Practice

    Restorative Practice is a healing practice important for all levels. This gentle sequence takes you from one relaxing resting pose into the next, encouraging you to give yourself permission to rest. Poses are held for a few minutes each, so it’s normal for the mind to wander.

  • 25-Minute Practice

    The 25-Minute Practice combines all of the poses and transitions from the Learn component into a full body strengthening practice. Focus on moving with the breath and maintaining the correct alignment throughout the practice.

  • Introduction to Yoga for Bed

    In this interview with Amanda June Giannakos, Kate takes us through why she created this five-part series, who will benefit, and how restorative yoga can be a form of therapy and comfort for everyone.

  • Yoga for Bed | Part 1

    In this 6-minute practice, Kate explores how to use your bed and pillows as props for deep release through your neck and shoulders.

  • Yoga for Bed | Part 2

    In this 10-minute practice, Kate guides you through deep shoulder release using the bed as a prop for support and opening.

  • Yoga for Bed | Part 3

    In this 10-minute series, Kate guides you through the twist, a deep release posture, using the bed as a prop to find extra opening and support.

  • Yoga for Bed | Part 4

    In this 7-minute practice, Kate guides you through using the support of the bed to safely build strength in your core.

  • Yoga for Bed | Part 5

    In this final part of Yoga For Bed, Kate takes you through an intermediate 4-minute flow that opens up your whole body, using the support of your bed to provide support and grounding.

  • Yoga for Sleep

    In this 14-minute practice, Kate guides you through a grounding practice designed to prepare you for deep and restful sleep.

  • Yoga for Focus

    In this 6-minute series, Kate guides you through a practice designed to increase focus and leave you feeling calm and alert. This sequence can be used before an event, presentation, interview, exam, or any moment in your life you want to feel grounded.

  • Yoga for Mornings

    In this 11-minute practice, Kate guides you through a sequence designed to awaken your body and prepare you for the day ahead.