"Yoga on the mat is a sacred laboratory where we can shed our protective exterior and be with ourselves in a deep and healing way."
Jo offers over 15 years of experience in leading Vinyasa Flow classes that are devoted to creating a sacred space in which you can channel energy towards transformative and life affirming means. This is done through intention, dedication, prayer, conscious breath, sound and movements that reflect radical self care in the truth of the moment. Vinyasa is an unhurried exploratory and creative flow that is steeped in the traditions of yoga master Krishnamacharya and the yoga traditions of Iyengar and Ashtanga yoga. With over 20 years of practice and devotion to the healing arts including; meditation, Shiatsu & 5 Element Theory, Energetic Bodywork, Prenatal/Post Natal yoga, Nutrition, Anatomy/Physiology and Core Shamanism; Jo brings into the practice a reverence for the mystery of life and encourages all students to practice with spontaneity by stepping into the unknown.
Give yourself the opportunity to slow down with this breath-focused Yin essentials class that relaxes mind-body tension. This sequence includes a quick centering meditation before you move slowly between Malasana, Sphinx, and King Pigeon. Finish with a brief Savasana. This class was previously aired on September 20, 2021. Props Suggested: 1 blanket.
This soothing practice focuses on supportive postures and movement with loving intention. Begin with a seated sequence to center yourself then move through a Side Plank and Lunge sequence followed by a hands-on-heart final contemplation. This class was previously aired on September 13, 2021. Props Required: 1 bolster and 2 blocks.
A Vinyasa practice that promotes contemplation with a seated meditation and a gentle flow centered on finding abundance through movement and breathwork. This slow sequence focuses on the "abundance verses lack" mentality and includes a Crescent Lunge series, Skandasana, and Supta Baddha Konasana. This class was previously aired on September 13, 2021. Props Suggested: 1 blanket.