REBEL HUMAN TELEVISION ON DEMAND

Our RHTV on-demand library of over 100 classes supports your ongoing development as you hone your skills in the core competencies of resilience, equanimity, and transcendence. Our on-demand library is evergreen (we add multiple new classes per week) and can be searched by class type (meditation, Kundalini Yoga, Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, etc), level, core competency, and whether the class content is secular. Currently, all classes are taught by Rebel Human Co-Founder and Lead Teacher, Jennifer Arrington.

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Kundalini Yoga

This lineage of yoga is harder to find because it was taught in secret for hundreds of years. It’s repetitive rather than flowy. It looks a bit "odd" and many have not tried it because of this. Getting over that initial discomfort could be one of the best decisions you ever make because this practice is incredibly powerful. Our students report that it’s life changing. 

For those unfamiliar with Kundalini Yoga or just getting started, we have put together an Introduction to Kundalini Yoga video where co-founder and lead teacher Jenny Arrington walks you through the history, culture, and science of this practice. 

 

Kundalini Yoga is moving meditation that gets the endocrine system to secrete efficiently, strengthens the nervous system, builds new neural pathways, and induces powerful internal shifts. The ancient yogic techniques of Kundalini Yoga—including countless pranayama (breathing) meditations, chanting mantra out loud, thinking mantra silently, systematic movement, sound healing, and mindfulness practices—have been developed to remove the subconscious blocks that limit social, emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual growth. 

Vinyasa Yoga

This practice connects long deep breaths with fluid movement. It strengthens your muscles, increases flexibility, and improves balance. This class gives you the opportunity to move into positions you wouldn’t normally get into, thus improving range of motion, releasing fascia, and improving circulation. Jenny encourages a mindful practice with particular awareness of breath and anatomical cues.

20·20·20

Get everything done to fuel your body, mind, and spirit in one hour. You’ll get 20 minutes of high intensity cardio, 20 minutes of yoga, and 20 minutes of meditation. Every class will have a different routine of cardio, yoga sequence, and meditation. This unique class puts equal emphasis on each important tool, where most fitness classes either leave out the yoga and meditation completely, or do an ineffective, cursory version of them.

Family Yoga

This class invites all levels and the whole family to move and breathe together.  It’s a fun way to interact and learn more about each other. Along with basic yoga, some episodes will explore partner poses and some very gentle weight sharing. Each class will have a short relaxation time, savasana, with the crystal singing bowls. It will air live from 1:00-1:30, with the intention of preparing everyone for a nap. At the end of class, the whole family can stay on the floor under a blanket and take a siesta.

Meditation

Meditation gives us the power to control our thoughts and manage our mental health. This is the practice that will improve cognitive function and your ability to deal with challenging situations, increase your focus and creativity, and allow you to release subconscious blocks that are stopping you from getting to the next level in your personal development. Our twenty-minute daily meditation sessions will introduce you to a wide variety of meditation techniques, tools, and practices.

Yin Yoga

If you want to experience what yoga was like thousands of years ago, Yin Yoga is for you. The name has been newly coined but the practice is ancient. The poses are all on the ground, and held from 3-10 minutes with a focus on stillness and meditation. This style works the connective tissue, providing lasting structural change in your body. We pair our Yin Yoga class with power of a Sound Bath.

Sound Bath

Sound baths bring you the soothing sounds of the gong and quartz crystal singing bowls. Singing bowls have been used since at least 560 B.C. to help aid in meditation. When played these instruments produce a rich blend of harmonic overtones that are deeply compelling and help bring about deep relaxation. People often report having transformational realizations and feeling cleansed and renewed as a result of this type of meditation experience.