As we grapple with the human impact of COVID-19, many of us are feeling anxious and uncertain. We're here to support you in the best way we know how: by offering these free classes for you to use and share as needed. If circumstances dictate that you stay at home, we hope your practice and the Glo community can be sources of comfort and strength.
In the spirit of connection and support, we are grateful to offer you these yoga, meditation and Pilates practices.
This strong and steady flow will open and awaken your whole body, leaving you feeling balanced, energized, and ready to greet the day. You'll stretch out commonly tense areas like your quads, hip flexors, chest, and shoulders as you flow through a sequence including half moon, kapinjalasana, camel, and bridge, with a few arm balances sprinkled in.
Slow down and enjoy a relaxing full body stretch. Begin in hero with your toes tucked, then flow through a juicy sequence including side bends, forward folds, and front body stretches in locust and half frog. Come down to the mat for pigeon and supta sukhasana, then settle in for a nice long savasana. Props Needed: Two blocks.
Set the foundation of your brand new practice with this series of common poses strung together in a simple flow. Learn where to place your hands and feet so that you can align your body properly as you strengthen and lengthen it from head to toe. Getting these key basics down will help you feel a lot more confident as a new yogi. Props Suggested: A blanket.
This fast-paced, high-energy class is designed to accelerate your heart rate with a mix of cardio work and Mat Pilates that's fun and dance-like. Use your gliders for pushups, learn proper form in plank, and move from your core throughout this cardio series. A hardwood floor is recommended, but ways to modify for carpet will be discussed. Props Needed: Two gliders or a towel.
Gain a better understanding of the Principles of Pilates without sacrificing challenge or intensity. Featuring a flowing sequence of Classical Pilates exercises, this is a great full-body workout for anyone who is newer to Pilates, but active and strong.
Anchor yourself in the present moment by grounding your body and connecting to your senses and spatial awareness. Unhook from repetitive thoughts and tune into the realm of pure potential with this guided practice. Props Suggested: A bolster or blanket.