We are excited to resume our Live practices again soon. In the meanwhile, please join us on the mat for a free full yoga experience in Noah’s latest three classes. Become a member and enjoy full unlimited access to our ever expanding class archive. We have built a robust class collection these past months and are proud to share them with you.

Get to Know us: Selected Archived Classes Free

Hearts of Courage & Buns of Steel — This Fearless Friday practice invites you to engage your heart, to have courage, in a progressive sequence focused on Virabhadrasana III (Warrior III) shapes and activation skills n' drills. Come ready to practice Abhaya Mudra (Imprint of Fearlessness), sun salutation variations with lots of gluteal strengthening (#OMG “OH MY GLUTES”) back strengthening (erector spinae), shoulder strengthening, leg stretching, and Virabhadrasana-ing. Props: mat, strap or resistance band, 2 blocks, wall. Read more

The Peacock & The Scorpion — Come ready for heart (& shoulder) openers + hip flexor lengtheners in this progressive sequence of Pincha Mayurasana (Peacock’s Tail Pose) and chair supported Vrschikasana (Scorpion Pose). Props: mat, blanket, wall, sliders, blocks, chair.  Read more

Flight of the Pigeons — Open your hips and strengthen your core and shoulders as you set your sights on Eka Pada Galavasana (aka Flying Pigeon) in this moderately paced arm balance practice. Come ready to work and play hard and learn how the number 4 (figure 4 leg) is the number of the day (think Sesame Street). Props: mat, chair, slider, bolster, 2 blocks.  Read more

Complete livestream archive Members Only

We invite you to join and experience Noah’s complete (and ever growing) archive of recorded livestreamed classes - on demand. Become a Member and gain access to this growing library for $89 per month. Our archive features the breadth and versatility that sets Noah apart from other teachers, and the classes that brought you here. From hard work in foundational poses, strength based practices, blissful restorative experiences, and fun flows – YOU choose from the variety of offerings as they amass; and then visit your favorite practices whenever you wish, again and again.

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#LegDay (aka Winter Sports Prep) — Join Noah for this STRONG LEGS practice of squatting poses (Utkatasana variations), lunges (Virabhadrasana I variations) and more. Push back against “gluteal amnesia” and “couch legs” - whether you are a skier/snowboarder or not, this practice will invigorate your leg and hip muscles and wake everything up. Props: mat, wall, strap, block, blanket.  Read more

Handstands For Days — Bring your courage and playfulness to this Fearless Friday practice that will progressively strengthen your handstands in step_by_step stages, variations, and repetitions, and learn how “handstand is the new down dog.”  Props: mat, wall, 2 blocks, wobble board (optional).  Read more

The Gift of Self Care — Give yourself the gift of this deeply nourishing practice of supported restorative poses, rejuvenating inversions, and tranquil meditation. Props: mat, 2 straps, door handles (option), wall, bolster and/or 3+ blankets, chair & extra mat (for shoulderstand). Read more

Single-Leg Backbend Play — Gather your yoga props and come play! This progressive backbend practice utilizes props for support and leverage in a slow_and_steady sequence of single leg supine backbends. Props: mat, 2 straps and/or resistance band, 2 blocks, bolster and/or blankets, yoga chair, sliders or roller (optional). Read more

Deep Core Wake Up — Wake up your deep core muscles and continually activate them you bend in every direction in this full spectrum practice with inversions. Props: mat, block, 3 blankets (for Shoulderstand).  Read more

Stand Tall in a Wobbly World – This moderately paced strong class layers muscular activation drills into familiar poses to stabilize and deepen, and consciously embraces wobbly balance poses and less stable surfaces (sliding drills) to access your inner strength, culminating in Svarga Dvijasana (Bird of Paradise). Props: mat, block, strap, sliders, wall. Read more

Yoga for Hip(pies) – This slow and steady Thankful Thursday #legday practice will mobilize your hips in supine poses, activate your core in supine sun salutation variations, and strengthen and open your hips in standing and balancing poses. Whether you identify (or did at some point) as a “hippy” or if you didn’t but you do have hips; this class is for you! Props: mat, wall, strap, 1 or 2 blankets, block. Read more

Your Weekly Dose of Backbends – This class provides your recommended weekly (or daily?) dose of backbends. Open your anterior chain (front body) structures, strengthen your posterior chain (back body) structures, and counterpose all those forward bends we do all day long (sitting, sitting, sitting). In addition to extension movements and poses, this progressive full spectrum sequence incorporates plenty of lateral flexion (side bending) and rotation (twisting) to mobilize the spine.  Props: mat, strap or resistance band, blanket or sliders. 2 blocks. Read more

Strong to the Core – Activate your deep core stabilizers and strengthen your shoulders in this Tensile Strength Tuesday full-spectrum practice with special attention for Chaturanga Dandasana. Props: mat, sliders, strap, block, (optional) resistance band. Read more

Shoulder Flossing & More – Join Noah for this FUNdamentals Monday practice and give your shoulders lots of love by mobilizing them in every direction (have you flossed your shoulders lately?), then incorporate your whole body in a full spectrum sequence of sun salutations, standing poses, seated and supine forward folds and abdominal strengthening, twists, and backbends. Props: mat, strap, wall, blocks (optional). Read more

Fearless Friday Flow — Join Noah in this fun and challenging vinyasa(ish) practice that invites you to engage your heart, practice courage), as you strengthen your legs and shoulders in progressive sequences of linked poses and continuous awareness. Begin slowly and ease into breath awareness with supine and seated Pranayama, move dynamically with your breath in Surya Namaskara variations with leg activation drills, turn upside down in Sirsasana I (Headstand), and explore linked variations of Virabhadrasana (Warrior Poses) until your legs quiver (#legday), then rest deeply. Props: mat, 2 blankets, 2 blocks, strap. Read more

The Four Pillars of Paschimottanasana – Join Noah for this energetic forward fold class organized around the quintessential seated pose Paschimottanasana (Western Deep Stretch Pose) and preparatory poses. In B.K.S. Iyengar’s Light On Yoga, he lists four “preparatory poses for the correct Paschimottanasana” as Janu Sirsasana, Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana, Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottasana, and Marichyasana I. Come ready to lengthen your hamstrings and back body progressive standing and seated flexions. Props: mat, blanket, strap, wall. Read more

How to Build a Bridge – Join Noah (and Madeleine) for this Wednesday Bendsday focused on Setubandha (Bridge Pose) and Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand). Gather your props and come ready to backbend and invert as you learn about and build many types of bridges. Props: 2 mats, 2 blocks, 3 blankets, strap, resistance band, sliders, yoga chair, yoga wheel (optional). Read more

Elastic Strength – Join Noah (and Madeleine) for this playful and challenging strength-building class to(wards) the peak pose arm balance Eka Pada Koundinyasana II. Ease in with supine poses, build heat and strength with Surya Namaskara A and B variations, a few deep standing poses, and explore EPKII regressions & progressions. Props: mat, strap, sliders, bolster and/or blankets, block. Read more

Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight — The Japanese proverb “Nana korobi ya oki” (literally: seven falls, eight getting up) inspires this FUNdamentals Monday practice centered on Vrkshasana (Tree Pose), as we cultivate qualities of resilience and perseverance. Expect plenty of references to the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, lots of single-leg balancing poses, and “tree-ish” variations of supine, prone, and plank poses. Props: mat, blanket, 2 blocks. Read more

Where Courage Touches Fear – Expand your capacity by skillfully exploring to(wards) your boundaries in this progressive practice of Handstands (Adho Mukha Vrkshasana) and Forearm Balance (Pincha Mayurasana), preparatory poses, and activation skills n’ drills. Come ready to work and play hard upside-down, and plenty of shoulder strengthening (likely resulting in some tired arms). Props: mat, wall, chair, block. Read more

Yoga Refuge – In this restorative practice of supported poses and inversions, experience how yoga practice can be a refuge, helping us to connect with our inner light, to find equanimity, and to offer our light to others. When you need to seek refuge in a world of perpetual crisis, gather your props, find a quiet space, and let your practice be your refuge. Props: mat, 4+ blankets, bolster, 2 blocks, strap, chair, wall. Read more

Open Hearted Strength – Cultivate open-hearted strength in this Wednesday Bendsday class, centered on Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow Pose); like the sun in our solar system, it’s the presence that everything else orbits around. Begin supine for supported heart openers and breath expansion, practice many variations of Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose) to prepare for progressive repetitions of Setubandha (Bridge Pose) and Urdhva Dhanurasana with creative prop and focused key action strategies. Props: mat, 2 blankets, strap, 2 blocks, wall. Read more

Strength in Every Direction — Deep core activation is the through-line in this full spectrum practice that will strengthen and lengthen every part of you, and turn you upside-down with inverted poses. Begin seated to activate your pelvic floor (Mula-Bandha) and transverse abdominis (Uddiyana-Bandha), warm up with Surya Namaskara A and prepare for Sirsansana (Headstand), continue in Surya Namaskara B, and prep for Adho Mukha Vrkshasna (Handstand), standing poses and Halasana (Plow Pose), seated poses and Sarvangasana (Shoulderstand), sit for Ujayii Pranayama, then rest deeply in Shavasana. Props: mat, wall (optional for inversions), 3 blankets (for Shoulderstand). Read more

Garland Yourself — Deepen your full squat with this practice of Malasana (Garland Pose) variations, squatting poses (Utkatasana, Katha Vajrasana), and kneeling poses (Vajrasana, Virasana), and explore your range of motion and lubricate the joints of your feet, ankles, knees, hips, and spine through movement and poses. Begin seated for centering, lie supine for hip flexion exploration, then progress your squats with kneeling and standing entries, variations and further prep poses. Props: mat, blanket, doorway (optional). Read more

International Yoga Day Practice — Celebrate International Yoga Day (June 21) with this full-spectrum playful practice with Noah and 9yo Oliver. Start seated for meditative centering, then ease into Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutations) variations as you move with your breath, cultivate balance in Vrkshasana (Tree Pose), strength in Vasisthasana (Side Plank) variations, heart-opening in Setubandha (Bridge Pose) and Urdhva Danurasana (Upward Bow Pose), then stretch out the tension and rest deeply in Savasana (Relaxation/Corpse Pose). Props: mat, blanket, wall. Read more

Shoulders + Core + Legs = Handstands — Join Noah and Oliver for this Fearless Friday practice, and bring your courageous sense of adventure, because all roads lead to handstand variations. Begin seated for centering, mobilize and activate your shoulders in Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose) and supine drills, flow through sun salutations variations with shoulder drills, and progressive sequencing into handstand variations, with some wobbly planks thrown in for good measure. Props: mat, wall, block, wobble board Read more

Yoga Chill Out Sessions: Forward Folds — This Thankful Thursday practice of pranayama, meditation, forward folds, hip openers, and twists invites you to slow down and access a deep state of relaxed awareness. Begin with supine pranayama, slow flow through standing forward folds, sit for meditation, seated forward folds and twists, then rest deeply in a luxurious savasana. Props: mat, 3 blankets Read more

Got Plank? — This Tensile Strength Tuesday class is guaranteed to activate and strengthen your shoulders and core, and if you like plank pose variations, you will LOVE this practice. Begin seated for centering and deep core activations, open and activate your shoulders with the wall and resistance band, then weight bear on your arms in progressive variations of plank and side plank. Props: wall, mat, resistance band, wobble board, blankets or sliders. Read more

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