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Y88: Vinyasa For Whole Body - Emphasis On Shoulders And Hips

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Y85: Beginners Vinyasa For Upper Back + Pranayama

Today's practice is a full body well-rounded practice as always. We'll do some strengthening, stretching, and balance. And will emphasize working with the upper back and doing some pranayama practice at the end. If you enjoy this podcast leave a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen.

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Y82: Slow Vinyasa For Grounding And Recharging - Emphasis On Hips



If you've had a day where you are "go, go, go" and putting your attention in several directions this is increasing the Vata Dosha, the air element. Repeated over time, this leads to an excess of Vata Dosha which shows up as anxiety, worry, fear, dryness, itchiness, digestive distress, IBS, cold limbs and similar issues. To help reduce this excess and avoid these negative effects of excess Vata...

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Y79: Vinyasa For Shoulders, Handstand, Crow And Side Crow (Advanced)

Want to improve your Headstand? This was one of the first more challenging poses I was able to do when I started yoga but it was scary as hell when I first saw people doing it in classes. I thought I’d never be able to do it. I keep this in mind when I teach step by step how to get into it.

1) If you use a wall you are more likely to use momentum and put your neck at greater risk.

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