Yoga Every Day
Season 11 . 20 Episodes

Strengthen your daily routine and find balance with a series of yoga classes designed to bring simplicity to your personal practice and nurture your curiosity. With over 400, complete, 15 and 30-minute classes to choose from, it’s easy to enjoy the benefits of yoga wherever you practice.

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S11:Ep1, Slow the Flow (Preview)
Episode 1
19 mins
Bring slow, mindful intention to your movement on the mat. As you slow down, focus your attention on opening your hamstrings.
Episode 2
16 mins
This practice asks you to slow down and be patient as you find the still point in your body and mind. As you move slowly through poses that target hips, hamstrings, and improving your balance, look for insight, resolution, and ease to follow.
Episode 3
17 mins
Weave intention into each breath and every posture in this practice. As you focus on finding binds in various poses, look to find space at your heart center.
Episode 4
20 mins
Slowing down your breathing is a sure-fire way to slow down other areas in your life. Bring your intention to a slow, mindful breath as you practice and close with some slow pranayama (breath work).
Episode 5
18 mins
Get off the fast track and into the leisure lane with this slower-paced practice. Focus on your quads, shoulders, and luxurious twists as you take your time to appreciate your body, breath, and the time you have been given.
Episode 6
17 mins
Ahimsa, or non-violence, asks us to practice compassion and kindness towards ourselves and others. As you practice, look for any tendencies you have to force the postures or breath and, instead, look to find ease.
Episode 7
19 mins
Satya (truth), asks us to be honest in our feelings, thoughts, and actions. This practice asks you to get honest with yourself and your body as you practice poses that focus on your hamstrings, hips, and quads.
Episode 8
18 mins
Asteya, or non-stealing, manifests in your life when you feel like there is not enough. Get rid of this perception of scarcity as you move on your mat today, bringing in a feeling of abundance through twists and poses that focus on your hips and hamstrings.
Episode 9
16 mins
Brahmacharya, or moderation, suggests that we balance effort with ease in all areas of our life. Use the power of the pelvic floor to simultaneously harness and conserve prana, through a practice building towards crow pose (bakasana).
Episode 10
18 mins
Non-grasping (aparigraha) asks us to loosen your grip on plans and outcomes. Use this principle as you move with staying present without overly attaching to the end result, through a variety of balancing postures.
Episode 11
19 mins
Choose to have faith in the graciousness and goodness of the world as you move through this backbend-focused practice. Embracing this concept, although sometimes difficult, can allow a peaceful existence and a solid trust that life is for you, not against you.
Episode 12
16 mins
In Sanskrit, ‘Sat’ means ‘inner truth’. It is through this truth that we begin to lift the veils of illusion and clarify our perspective. Use poses to help you seek truth, embody truth, and speak truth through this practice.
Episode 13
16 mins
Radically crush any limited beliefs and ideas through poses designed to open your hips and fly above the ground. As humans, we have a tendency to make ideas, theories, and conclusions even when in reality we have very little information. Moving beyond ideas allows you to escape the suffering that comes from this thick veil of illusion.
Episode 14
18 mins
Begin to move past maya (illusion) and into the unknown with this hamstring-opening practice. Begin on your back with leg stretches and hip opening before moving to a a short standing sequence culminating in one-legged balancing.
Episode 15
19 mins
There are three sides to every story: your side, the other side, and the neutral side. This practice reminds you to look at the bigger picture and to move outside your comfort zone with a variety of balancing and hip opening postures.
Episode 16
17 mins
The first niyama, saucha, is commonly translated to mean ‘cleanliness.’ Join this practice to explore this yogic principle and how it can help you embrace the practice of setting clear energetic boundaries.
Episode 17
19 mins
This practice looks at the principle of santosha (contentment). It’s not always easy to accept where you are in life, but with the help of a consistent yoga practice you can learn to appreciate exactly where you are right now.
Episode 18
17 mins
A practice of chest-opening and back-strengthening poses to help you access tapas (strength and discipline). This practice starts with the chant: Om Namah Shivaya Om.
Episode 19
15 mins
Use the concept of svadhyaya (self-study) to build a deeper awareness of self. Move through the body while withdrawing the senses.
Episode 20
16 mins
Let this practice be an opportunity for you to surrender to something bigger than yourself, Ishvara Pranidhana. Rather than focusing on results, remember that you are a part of something much bigger.