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Flows that incorporate different versions of the Dragon Dance, Dragon flows, inspired by Paul Grilley's work.

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Let the dragon fly!

Let the dragon fly!

41:17

Let the dragon fly!

A build up to Paul and Suzee Grilley's all time favorite, the Flying Dragon is sure to lift your spirits and your heart rate. Open your mind and enjoy!

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Teacher Anat Geiger
Level Level 2
Duration 41:17
Style Vinyasa Flow
Funky dragon

Funky dragon

49:47

Funky dragon

Dragons can fly in all kinds of different ways, they can take a fall and then go back and keep on flying. So bring some sense of humor to the mat, as well as a blanket and maybe a block.

Day 10 of the Strong core - Radiant health program

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About this class
Teacher Anat Geiger
Level Level 2
Duration 49:47
Style Vinyasa Flow
Grounding and flying

Grounding and flying

59:25

Grounding and flying

Firstly we warm up, we then hold some grounding poses for 5 breaths, to settle the mind and relax the system. Next we start to unravel Paul Grilley's "Flying Dragon" sequence and practice the whole sequence a few times. We finish with a twist, some hip openers, a backbend and Supta Padangustasana. During Savasana you get a chance to absorb all the energy you created and more.. Hope you will all enjoy it yogis...

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About this class
Teacher Esther Ekhart
Level Level 2
Duration 59:25
Style Vinyasa Flow
Dragon dance

Dragon dance

64:00

Dragon dance

A Yin Yang Yin practice. We slowly warm up and center body and mind with a few Yin poses, we then start to move into a non stop flowy yoga dance which will challenge the body and open the mind. We finish again with a few grounding Yin poses. Because it is a non stop flow you need to be familiar with Wild Thing pose (Wild Dragon) and Fallen Triangle pose (Belly of the Dragon) If not, please have a quick look at the tutorial about Wild thing and Fallen Triangle here. Have fun Yogis.. I'm sure you'll love the Dragon dance!

Part of the Yin Yang Yoga program

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About this class
Teacher Esther Ekhart
Level All Levels
Duration 64:00
Style Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yang Yoga
Tutorial Dragon dance

Tutorial Dragon dance

9:14

Tutorial Dragon dance

In this tutorial Esther explains 2 poses. Fallen Triangle, also called Belly of the Dragon and Wild Thing, also called Wild Dragon. These 2 poses are used in a non stop flow in the video "Dragon Dance" , and are not explained there. So when unfamiliar with these 2 poses, watch this video first.

Part of the Yin Yang Yoga program

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About this class
Teacher Esther Ekhart
Level All Levels
Duration 9:14
Style Vinyasa Flow
Confident and calm - Yin/Yang Yoga practice

Confident and calm - Yin/Yang Yoga practice

65:37

Confident and calm - Yin/Yang Yoga practice

We practice the refreshing, dynamic and energizing Dragon Sequence to warm up, uplift, comfort and give confidence. Followed by a calming Yin Yoga practice where we look at the liver and gallbladder energy (connected with anger). Wonderful strong sequence to challenge the muscles, a deep seated sequence to work deeply into the hips. We round it all up with Nadi Shodhana Pranayama. My favorite way of practicing yoga.

Part of the Yin Yang Yoga program

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About this class
Teacher Francesca Giusti
Level All Levels
Duration 65:37
Style Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga
The dog, dragon and elephant go walking

The dog, dragon and elephant go walking

16:13

The dog, dragon and elephant go walking

This Yang session is, you could say, a different kind of Sun Salutation in which you are encouraged to place your hands and feet anywhere and experiment with the different poses to discover your own possibilities. The idea is that you feel the effect of the poses all over your body, but you have to experiment with them to get the effect in the area you want to experience it. You can make this session as long and sweaty as you want, just repeat it at least 3 times. It consists of: different kinds of Warrior poses, wide stance twists, and Downward Dog variations. This session is inspired by sequences from Suzee Grilley. It will leave you feeling energised, sweaty and freed. You can use this sequence as a different Sun Salutation option before going into a Yang practice. Props needed: blocks. 

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About this class
Teacher José de Groot
Level All Levels
Duration 16:13
Style Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yang Yoga
Dragons and more

Dragons and more

44:43

Dragons and more

Starting slow with some restorative and Somatic work, leading into an energizing Dragon flow to get all the energy to move and awaken the body. Expect a nice balance again between mindfulness and slow and energizing and flowy!

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About this class
Teacher Esther Ekhart
Level All Levels
Duration 44:43
Style Vinyasa Flow, Restorative
Slow flow Yin Dragon

Slow flow Yin Dragon

90:27

Slow flow Yin Dragon

This class is great to do in the morning before eating anything and will get you ready for the day. We begin with some Kapalabati and Nauli breath. Then we warm up slowly - moving with the Ujjayi breath to feel the chi move in and around the body - to get the stiffness out of the back, neck, hips and shoulders. (You can also do this warm-up separately and repeat it if you wish.)
After that, we move into the more vigorous, Yang-ish Dragon series, in which you are encouraged to experiment with the different poses to discover your own possibilities. It consists of: different kinds of Warrior poses, wide stance twists, balancing, and back bending variations.
We finish with some Yin poses to cool the body down and release any built-up tension throughout the Yang session. We end with a guided Savasana and optional meditation.
This practice will leave you feeling e
nergised, sweaty and open if you do the whole session. But you can also choose to do it in three parts: Kriya and warm-up; dragon session; Yin session. Props needed: pillow and blocks.

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About this class
Teacher José de Groot
Level Level 1, Level 2
Duration 90:27
Style Vinyasa Flow, Pranayama, Slow Flow, Yin Yang Yoga

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