Yoga Every Day
Season 2 . 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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S2:Ep1, Ganesha - Be Playful and Centered (Preview)
Episode 1
14 mins
This practice draws from the deity Ganesha while focusing on the foundational aspects of the body as well as connecting to the playful nature of yoga.
Episode 2
17 mins
Invite spaciousness into the poses through exploration of breath. Shiva, the great meditator, shows us how to find a still point of focus, which feels much like the spaciousness of the blue sky or the vastness of the ocean.
Episode 3
16 mins
Krishna reminds us to open our hearts to ourselves. Begin this practice with an intention directed toward self-love and self-acceptance, then moves through postures that encourage the heart to open.
Episode 4
17 mins
Help yourself feel the abundance of being alive in each moment. Lakshmi is the deity of abundance. Through the use of an abundance mudra (hand gesture), a gratitude mantra, and breath-to-movement flow, experience a deeper connection to each moment and an appreciation for some aspect of your life.
Episode 5
15 mins
The warrior spirit, as drawn from the goddess Durga, is simultaneously strong and vulnerable. Begin with the intention of softening your heart towards someone - maybe yourself. Then focus to balancing both the solid and softer aspects of the body. The warrior path shows us how to soften our heart when we are getting triggered the most, instead of reacting.
Episode 6
18 mins
The first chakra is housed energetically in the legs, base of the spine, and the perineum. Explore postures and breath that help you connect to an affirmation associated with the base chakra: I am safe and supported in my life.
Episode 7
16 mins
Explore the second chakra (svadhisthana) that lives in the hips and lower abdomen. Explore a variety of twists and hip openers while working with a specific affirmation through the practice. Affirmation: I am creative and able to passionately enjoy the pleasures of life.
Episode 8
16 mins
According to the chakra system, your power center is in your core. This practice includes simple core strengthening, deep twists, and a pranayama (breath) practice to stoke the fire of your power center.
Episode 9
16 mins
A gentle heart opening practice to expand your ablility to give and receive love.
Episode 10
17 mins
Explore both the fifth and sixth chakras in this nourishing practice. The energetic home of these chakras are the neck/throat and the forehead, which you'll access through breathwork and postures supporting these areas of the body.
Episode 11
15 mins
Use the simple mantra of ‘Om’ to take a brain break in this gentle practice. This mantra will be infused throughout the practice to help the mind get more present into the body.
Episode 12
15 mins
Explore the calming benefits as you re-introduces ujjayi pranayama (victorious breath) into your practice. Incorporate the awareness of breath with slow movement in your practice to create stillness and presence amidst the flow of life.
Episode 13
16 mins
Utilize forward folds to rejuvenate back into your body and your breath. Set a nourishing intention (a commitment to radical self-care), and relax into a nourishing series of forward folds.
Episode 14
14 mins
Explore what it's like to get out of your head and back into your body. This practice includes a simple sequence that focuses on your hips and using the breath to help reshape the form.
Episode 15
14 mins
Enjoy an energizing pick-me-up through pranayama (breath work), mindful movement, hip openers, twists, and standing folds to awaken the mind and body.
Episode 16
17 mins
Explore avidya, which means ignorance in how we can experience misperception of the true nature of things. With the help of our yoga practice we can polish the mind so that our perception of things is crystal clear, therefore diminishing suffering that is caused from misunderstanding.
Episode 17
17 mins
A practice to celebrate altruism: the practice of selfless concern for others. Moving through a seated meditation and a series of postures that weave belly-down spine strengthening with supine heart openers, begin to explore asmita, which means egoism or the mentality of "I, me, mine" and how to shed this in order to embody humility. Invite in a feeling of oneness to purify the illusion of separation and re-collect you to the collective heart of all beings.
Episode 18
18 mins
Today’s topic is attachment (raga) and more specifically extreme attachment to things that are pleasing to the mind and pleasurable to the senses. Explore how you can enjoy the sweetness but not be a prisoner of indulgences. Vairagya means being unattached to the desire to repeat experiences of pleasure.
Episode 19
17 mins
Dive into aversion (dvesha). Aversion - the opposite of attachment - is a strong dislike to something or someone. Creating a neutral palette means allowing life to be just as it is without attaching a story of good or bad to it; let sensation be sensation, thoughts be thoughts and people be people without allowing it to negatively impact you in mind or body.
Episode 20
16 mins
Explore freedom from one of the root causes of suffering through this practice: abhinivesha (the fear of death/ending). This klesha (root cause of suffering) can be interpreted as mistaking the impermanent for the permanent. Move through backbends, strengthening posttures, and breath work before a restful close in savasana.