Invigorate the body and breath with this strengthening vinyasa practice. Begin with sun salutations, move on to a challenging standing sequence to open the hips and build strength, and then gently release with reclining postures.
This stabilizing and nourishing morning practice will help to remove excess vata dosha from the body.
Doshas reflect our own elemental nature - that which we are not likely to change. We can use this Ayurvedic knowledge to relate to our loved ones with greater empathy and appreciation.
Try this vinyasa flow practice to invigorate, stretch, and strengthen your whole body. Narween helps you modify the poses to meet your individual needs and level of practice.
Like a doctor giving a prescription, connect with and guide your students. It will not only enrich their yoga experience, but will also build your relationship with them.
Find and create space while strengthening the body! This practice starts with an active standing sequence, and Luke invites you to move with the breath as you build strength.
Back bends can invoke feelings of happiness and help us to "lighten up". Embrace back bends as a way to embody joy in this lively and dynamic practice with Kat.
“The number one thing I learned about myself on the road—on tour—was that you can practice really anywhere,” says Mary Bruce of her five-plus years touring and teaching with Sugarland.
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