What’s Trending in Online Yoga Classes: YogaVibes’ Top 5

July 2, 2012

YogaVibes´ top 5 trending online yoga classes are summertime conditioning. Check out these revitalizing online yoga classes. Create “me time” at home, on the beach, at the pool, on vacation — whenever and wherever! Toss those summertime blues out the window.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) July 01, 2012

Summertime has arrived. For some, summer is the pleasant commencement of beach bumming, sunbathing, wave riding, and cocktail sipping. For others, summers´ onset is far from that lovely, utopian description. Summer can be overwhelming. Its high energy can create anxiety and stress. Suddenly, bikini-wearing season snuck up without warning, the kids are off from school, family vacations launch, and the “me time” moments are few and far between. Luckily, in the midst of all the summer craziness there is yoga.

YogaVibes´ top 5 trending online yoga classesare summertime conditioning. Prep the body via core exercises, toning movements, and cardio. Prep the mind with relaxation methods, breath awareness, and guided meditation. Check out these revitalizing online yoga classes. Create “me time” at home, on the beach, at the pool, on vacation — whenever and wherever! Toss those summertime blues out the window.

1. Nemeses with Sage Rountree

Geared toward athletes and appropriate for everyone, this 73-minute online yoga video explores common yogic nemeses: poses that frustrate. In this all levels Vinyasa flow, find more freedom in Warrior I, fly into crow, open effortlessly into camel, and experiment with totally letting go in corpse pose. Along the way, build strength, increase flexibility, enhance focus, and develop the equanimity to approach all poses, feared and loved.

2. Core Hell with Annie Carpenter

This 23-minute all levels, easy-to-follow core flow is gratifyingly hellish. Annie Carpenter pushes participants to the next level in their practice, inspiring students to practice repetition to enhance strength and form more self-supporting habits. Uniting breath work, body locks, and core engagement exercises, this class is super invigorating, and if practiced regularly, will surely tone and strengthen the body.

3. Core Fusion Barre (1) with Julie Wiesman

Fusing the disciplines of core conditioning, Pilates, the Lotte Berk Method, and yoga, this highly acclaimed transformational fitness experience incorporates 50 years of collective teacher expertise. This 58-minute core routine allows the student to work from the inside out, consistently delivering results, including washboard abs, a tighter and higher backside, and a perfectly toned body. This class is open to all levels and no experience is required. Note: Socks are required.

4. Pranayama and Meditation with Annie Carpenter

Guided relaxation, breath awareness, and timed ujjayi give way to a peaceful meditation using the transitory nature of the breath as anchor. Enjoy 57 minutes of stillness and serenity.

5. Core Fusion Cardio (2) with Nicole Uribarri

Core Fusion® Cardio is a calorie burning, sweat inducing, body sculpting, power-packed fitness experience, masterminded by the co-creators of Core Fusion®, Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito. Merging cardio with intense strength and flexibility exercises, this 54-minute online yoga class generates maximum calorie burn, resulting in defined abs, sculpted legs, and high, rounded glutes. In this practice, it´s a good idea to have a set of light dumbbells and a strap on hand.

About YogaVibes

Looking for the best online yoga classes? Look no further! YogaVibes.com is an online realm for high-quality, authentic yoga classes and instructional videos captured in a real studio with real students. YogaVibes offers a diverse selection of classes from the best yoga teachers in the world, making learning and living yoga easy in everyday life. YogaVibes´ mission: To create a supportive, challenging, and welcoming online community of passionate and inspiring yogis.

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