I love moving poses like walking wheel. Or what ashtanga calls wheel, (the bridge wheel is called upward wheel i think) it is a backward roll from shavasana to chaturanga. It's fun!
Nicole - Sounds like fun! I'll have to try it.
If you can get your hands on it, you should really try Tracy Groshack's Power Yoga with Tracy (she's a background exerciser in Eoin's Power Yoga for Happiness). This one has tons of arm balances! They're pretty much mostly towards the end of the practice. She packs a lot into 55 minutes.
Here's a review from videofitness: http://www.videofitness.com/reviewsdb/disp_review.php?id=2919
And here is what I have from my notes:
Side plank B - holding big toe
Pigeon variations - holding foot in back with both hands; also twisting to opposite side
forward bends - holding bit toe and hands under feet and behind shins
Crow - jump back into vinyasa
Triange, reverse triangle
Warrior 2 into bound angle
Wide leg forward bend into tripod headstand
Boat pose at 45, 30, 10 degrees and back up 3x with levitation holds in between
10 crunches - legs at 90 degrees
Dolphin (forearm stand)
standing lotus poses
heel against knee
standing split into low lunge - elbows on floor into arm balance
bound lotus folding over
I believe you had asked about Elle Yoga
and Yoga Anywhere by Tara Stiles on another post. I have both of these and like them. Tara's practices go by very quickly. Even though the ones on Elle Yoga are only 20 minutes, I feel like I get a complete practice out of them. Here are some poses from Elle Yoga #1:
Pigeon, Double Pigeon
I'll try and do Elle Yoga next week as well.
Yoga Anywhere is a good 50 minute practice. Again, didn't take notes but I liked it. There are also different NY sessions outside. I tried to follow along with the one in Central Park. The outdoor sessions are not guided practices; they are just Tara doing the poses. Some of the poses were split handstand, big toe pose (front, side and front); side crow (split legs), bird of paradise, squatting toe balance; 1/2 lotus. I think there are three other outdoor sessions but I haven't looked at them yet. It's a shame the outdoor sessions aren't guided practices because I'm sure they would have been good and there were poses on here not on other DVDs.
Don't know if you have it but Yoga Radiance is another good intermediate/advanced practice. It is separated into the seasons. I really like this one because it has bird of paradise (in the summer practice) which not too many DVDs have. Also in the summer practice is tripod headstand, standing splits and side crane in addition to a couple of others which I can't remember.
Spring - Sun Salutations (forget what else). The practice starts with Spring.
Autumn - Tree, big toe pose (side, front into Warrior 3 into standing split into vinyasa); dancer's pose, big toe stretch
Winter - Wide leg forward bend, tortoise pose (10 breaths), vinyasa, child's pose, camel, jump through to seated staff pose; one leg in camel, other bent up - lay back; bridge, wheel, 1-legged wheel; plough, shoulderstand (1 legged variation then in lotus, then hands to knee, knees to floor, bakasana (crow), supine twists, savasana.