Tapas (Discipline)

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In yoga philosophy Tapas manifests in many ways so you can use this week to purify, cleanse, build heat & circulation, cultivate discipline and support for doing the difficult things in your week. The spirit of tapas is all about finding practices for a radiant body and clear mind whether that’s through a more vigorous or restorative practices. So unroll your mat and dive right in. For more information refer to the Monthly Dose on Yoga Philosophy.

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Tiffany Cruikshank


Radiant Body, Clear Mind in 35

Tapas asks you to show up and do the work. It’s the dedication that gets you on th…

Hatha Vinyasa

30 min

Dana Diament


Refresh & Invigorate with Breath Capacity

This practice starts with some myofascial release to help expand breath capacity a…

Myofascial Release

15 min

Tiffany Cruikshank


Do the Hard Thing: Arms in 15

Choose your own intensity, this class uses mindful engagement to amplify upper mot…

Yoga Conditioning

15 min

Tiffany Cruikshank


The Slow Simmer of Stillness

Yin, despite its primarily cooling and introspective nature, has a certain element…

Yin Yoga

30 min

Jenni Tarma


Block Party Flow & the Koshas

We often associate the use of yoga blocks as tools for support and modifications i…

Hatha Vinyasa

30 min

Lara Ederer


Tapas Flow

"Tapas" (one of the niyamas) can be interpreted as heat-building, tenacity, persev…

Hatha Vinyasa

60 min

Valerie Knopik


Simple Hand Tracing Meditation

Struggle to settle into meditation? The clear structure and tactile focus of this …


10 min

Rachel Land