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Let’s Open The Front Body
As we slowly get ready for spring, this class will help you to open your front body while strengthening you’re back body! We will open and complete the class with short meditation so get ready with your cushions.
- Two blocks and a bolster is suggested for this practice.
Low Back-Sensitive Practice
We have a guest in this class, lovely Crista (she is an amazing hair stylist and the owner of Xtophers Hair Saloon) who had a lower back sensitivity that day. So the entire class was designed to support her body and hopefully yours as well!
If you have been sitting long hours and looking for a practice to take care of your lower back while you’re still moving, this class is for you!
Let me know how it goes 🙂
The Ins and Outs
Welcome to another class of twists: spine mobility and back health!
In twists we work with the spine and the action of ‘lengthening’ is to create space between the vertebrae. When there’s a lack of space our spine tends to slump or get stuck and our energy levels drop. Through twisting SAFELY we lengthen the spine and get space between the bones. Then our energy can flow better.
Have at least one block ready. Breathe in hope, breathe out negativity…
Spring Class – Moving Outward
Happy spring everyone!
This class was recorded Live during my monthly Zoom classes for you!
Spring is the time for us to reach outward, develop deeper roots and remain flexible in the wind. In the body, that means paying attention to your spine, limbs and joints, as well as muscles, ligaments and tendons. You will complete the class supporting your liver and gallbladder in seated postures.
Lower Back Relief
This slow and sweet practice is designed to release tension in your tight lower back and hips. Grab your strap, bolster and get close to a wall space as there is a recommended modification to support your body by using the wall.
Slow & Strong Transitions
We mostly focus on our strength and ease in single postures. In yoga practice, the transitions are as important as the single posture itself. To be able to arrive from one place to another safely, we need to slow down, pay s strong attention and cultivate a deep focus.
Air Element – The Art of Loving
4th Element of the series is Air
In this class we continue our exploration of the five elements. Air element is the source of life: it is our breathe! Located in the heart or the fourth chakra. It’s name in Sanskrit is the Anahata chakra and has the color of vibrant green. In this class, we will explore the ways to open our front body, elongating our torso as well as still remembering everything we learnt from the Earth, Water and Fire elements.
Fire Element – The Art of Manifestation
Welcome to the 3rd element – Fire
This is the home of will power, commitments, goals, strength and manifestations. The essence of this element is deeply connected with the Third Chakra which is the solar plexus area- the stomach area.
Fire Eelement is important for our joy and our ability to be passionate and optimistic in life. It gives meaning to our relationships with others and allows us to express ourselves fully.
Urdhva Dhanurasana – Wheel Pose
Backbends/ Heart openers are one of the key posture groups in our yoga practice. In a well-rounded class, usually the practice ends opening your front body with them. We better know how to get in and get out of these shapes properly.
In this class, we will explore using blocks under hands to create more space for shoulders and the arch of the back body as well as stretching quadriceps, shoulders, chest and hip flexors. Play with your own sweet edge, remember to stay with my options.