Looking at a photograph by Elliot Furnass Porter of a rock-eroded stream bed in Coyote Gulch, Utah, this one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class considers the power of water to transform even the hardest of materials over time. We’ll find solid footing and new ways to flow and evolve.
This one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class looks at a late 20th century drawing of a panda relaxing under a leafy canopy drinking from a bowl. Taking inspiration from this playful panda, we’ll explore fun and unexpected ways to get on our hands — and our backs.
This one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class takes inspiration from a Mughal watercolor of a pink flower made around 1770. Like the plant, we’ll grow from our roots, stand tall, reach toward the sun, and find ways to blossom.
While looking at Charles Prendergast’s watercolor "Beach Scene with Prancing Goats," this one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class will have you jumping for joy! Its movement sequences take inspiration from the various components of the landscapes: the architectural background, aquatic middle ground, and floral and faunal foreground.
This one-hour, vinyasa-style online class takes inspiration from a small bronze sculpture made during the 26th Dynasty in Egypt (664–392 BCE) of an ibis bird, which is associated with Thoth, the ancient god of wisdom and writing. Through movement, we will consider this sacred wading bird’s capacity to thrive in air, water, and on land.