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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.
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.
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.
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.
Short and sweet practice for pain relief around the neck and shoulders. Take lots of deep breathes and feel free to pause the video to hold the poses longer. Practice anytime during the day!
Energizing morning flow to wake up and heat the entire body. Fall is just around the corner and our needs will be different very soon. This practice stretches and strengthens the muscles with a strong focus on breath and body alignment. Start your day with mindful movement to set good intentions for the rest of your day.
What is Yoga? What does the word “yoga” actually mean? Is yoga something we “do” or something we just “be”?
Starting Fall (it is almost here), every month I will share with you a word, concept or source to dive deep into Yoga Philosophy. I’m really excited to educate you and also keep learning with you as the philosophical aspect of the practice is very valuable for me. Namaste.
An experience of a standing, balancing, back bending asana (posture) also known as the dance of Shiva ( The Hindu God who represents transformation).
The sequence is very purposeful from the very beginning towards this experience in Natarajasana. If you normally find standing balancing shapes quite challenging, please practice that portion of the class near a wall space so you can use one hand on the wall for an extra support.
This sequence is entirely on the floor but we will do A LOT in the body not just sitting and forward bending! Please have a strap ready (if you do not have a strap, grab a towel) to use it for deep seated forward bends as well as in Supine series. (Supine meaning: lying face upward)