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NEXT LIVE PRACTICE
FULL MOON ADVENTURE
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
12:00-12:30 PM ET
June’s Moon Adventures
Gemini new moon
Fire up that core to have the jet fuel necessary to run your dreams! Play through plank, side plank, and variations of chair.
May’s Moon Adventures
Taurus New Moon
This new moon plant the seeds for your dreams. Belly Down backbends will help as they boost your confidence and stoke the fire of your spirit!
(shoulders, heart, backbends, confidence)
YOUR PRACTICE FOR THIS WEEK!
A practice to wake you up.
Orienteering. Have you heard of this? It is the sport of navigation—often held in unfamiliar terrain—using a map and compass. Today, I’ll share with you how to find your internal compass and chart your own path. From the sticky mat to beyond!
(playful asymmetric poses, core work, cross lateral movement, flow)
Great for Afternoon or Evening
When you are in that space where one door is closing and another is opening, this Eagle practice will serve you. Imagine a beautiful flame in your upper belly that lights your path and guides you to find your center as you balance in this new space.
(hips, outer thigh, core)
Wild Wonderful Wacky Yoga – Intermediate to Advanced Practice
Move into the space of play and exercise your imagination. For without it, you won’t be able to get to where you need to go. Part of today’s class was Remembering who you are. When the world pulls you in so many directions 🙂 How do you get back home?
(core, legs, heart opener)
* Remember this is an Intermediate/Advanced class designed for the yogi who has been playing for a little while and wants to up the ante and learn some of the finer details on how to get into poses like crane, headstand, upward facing bow, wild thing……..and much more!
(Please remember to listen to your breath and body as you do any practice. When you are trying to determine your ‘edge’ – how far you should go in a pose, pay attention to your breath. If you are holding your breath, grasping for it, or breathing short, quick breaths come out of the pose – you’re pushing too hard. The goal is to breathe even, steady breaths in all that you do. They may not always be deep but they are steady.)