The Summer Season: Let's Play Outside with Sherry Zak Morris

The Summer Season: Let's Play Outside with Sherry Zak Morris

Whether you practice Yoga inside or outside, absorb the energy of the season by coming outside (virtually) with me! Summer is the season of heat and energy. Let's feel our prana in these outdoor classes!

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The Summer Season: Let's Play Outside with Sherry Zak Morris
  • (15-min) Power Up Your Practice: Root Chakra Yoga Class with Sherry Zak Morris

    The root chakra is the energy center of our feeling of belonging, stability, strength and structure. Set an intention to dedicate this class to your tribe - whether it be your family, your friends, colleagues or community. And take a moment of honor for your ancestors... their DNA is flowing th...

  • (18-min) Find your Powerful Flow - Sacral Chakra Practice with Sherry Zak Morris

    The sacral chakra is about fluidity and creativity. So along with some great flowing sequences, I add in some combo balance and flow challenges to get more oomph out of this short practice.

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Upper Back & Neck with Sherry Zak Morris

    Let's get rid of a slumping posture, forward head carriage and the beginnings of kyphosis (abnormal rounding of the upper back). This short 15 practice will free up space in your upper back and neck and give you more mobility and less tension. I share easy to remember Yoga poses you can do throu...

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Arms & Fingers with Sherry Zak Morris

    Getting our arms stronger will benefit us in many ways. We can carry heavier loads, we can catch ourselves without worry of a fracture, and we can have nice toned arms too. This short 15-minute practice will incorporate both upper and lower body movements with an emphasis on strengthening our ar...

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Spine & Pelvis with Sherry Zak Morris

    Our spine and pelvis create an upside down "T" shape which is our basis of structural and postural support. This short 15-minute practice will put healthy stress on these foundational bones to keep you upright and standing tall. Remember to keep your spine long and spacious throughout this pract...

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Hips & Legs with Sherry Zak Morris

    We rely on our strong hips and legs with every step we take, so let's keep them strong and stable! This short 15-minute practice will include balancing and holding poses (because we know they build strength), but also flexibility in the hip joint itself. And of course, I pay lots of attention to ...

  • (15-min) Want Strong Legs? Do this short sequence every day! with Sherry

    One year after I experienced a "weak knee" episode, I was bound and determined to get my legs Strong and Sturdy once again. Here is the sequence I have been doing every day for a year and I'm happy to report my knees feel great and I have no pain or instability! YAY for doing the work! Join me...

  • (20-min) Playful Agility for the Fun of It with Sherry Zak Morris

    In this Strong and Sturdy class, we will be doing movements to build muscle and bone strength. Join in as we work on coordination, strength, agility and of course... PLAY! I snuck in a standing dance at the end! Enjoy!

  • (20-Min) Balance and Strength for Sturdy Legs with Sherry Zak Morris

    Standing, balancing and walking can be done willy-nilly or mindfully. This Strong and Sturdy Yoga class will focus on all those important leg muscles we need to strengthen to balance better, walk straighter and feel sturdy in our structure.

  • (20-Min) Strong and Straight for Bones and Joints with Sherry Zak Morris

    In this first of the Strong and Sturdy Video series we focus on alignment and holding poses longer. Remember to pace yourself. The more often you practice, the better you will feel. Remember, it works if you do the work!

  • The Journey Inward: Return to the Seedling with Sherry

    I am sharing my personal strategy for finding stillness within, which is quite challenging for a busy person like myself. Using the analogy of "returning to the seedling", I invite you to journey inward into the depths of your being where there is peace, stillness and rest.