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backbends

Nov 14, 2020

Culminating in kickover-from-wheel practice (your request!), this backbendy practice doesn’t skimp on other posture categories. In all, it’s a whole-body, mindful-movement flow that weaves in opportunities for chin stand, deep folds, balance poses, core work and outer hip opening.

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king dancer

Nov 7, 2020

Enhance shoulder and spine mobility with this practice that leads to King Dancer AKA Nataraj. Reap the benefit of a systematic warming and lengthening of key body parts — like the hip flexors, chest, and shoulders.

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metamorphosis

July 25, 2020

Begin in a cocoon and end up expansive and transformed. This is a relatively mellow but well-balanced practice that offers an especially deep stretch for the legs and gradually warms you up toward a pinnacle King Cobra.

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Upper Backbending

Healthy backbends span the whole of the back. Naturally kyphotic (or rounded), the lumbar spine is often the last to become mobile in extension (backbend) exercises. This class pays special attention to guiding your backbend upward, freeing the heart, and creating healthy, natural movement for the whole spine.… Read More “Upper Backbending”

Throat Chakra

What if opening your throat chakra changed everything?

This practice pays special attention to your throat chakra, our center of communication, by toning it, lengthening it, and making use of vocalization.… Read More “Throat Chakra”

Peace

In this practice we remember what’s important — staying in touch with the ever-present peace within us. But don’t let the thumbnail fool you. We still move through a heat-building flow that includes postures like forearm stand with hanumanasana, rotated half moon w/ chapasana, wheel, fallen triangle, side plank with half lotus, pigeon and king pigeon, wheel with elbows down, foot behind the head and more.… Read More “Peace”

King Dancer

In this backbendy practice, you’ll build responsibly and fluidly toward a pinnacle shape, king dancer (Natarajasana). You’ll visit with “flip the grip,” a way to bring your foot toward your head, from all fours and then in pigeon pose before finally executing it in dancer.… Read More “King Dancer”

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