In Vinyasa, we practice breath initiated movement. Class pace is aerobic, fluid, and challenging for beginners. There is a strong emphasis on delicate transitions, with steadiness and ease recognized as elements of graceful movement. Refined movement through powerful postures create integrated strength, flexibility, and a kick butt workout.Traveling can be stressful and incredibly hard on our bodies too. The good news is that incorporating a yoga practice into your travels can be a highly effective way to ensure you are keeping your body pain-free and comfortable during your journey! While you may be short on time and space during your travels, Yoga for travel is designed specifically with these constraints in mind. So maintain your routine whilst on the go to keep your body happy and healthy. Breath Regulation Practice by Amy Rogg
1. Breath Regulation Practice
Calm your nerves and focus your attention with Amy Rogg. This anxiety-reducing practice will guide you through a relaxing vinyasa flow that features simple breathing techniques like Ujjayi to help reduce and alleviate feelings of anxiousness.
2. Yoga for Meditation
This slow-paced, methodical sequence will open your hips and ground your energy in preparation for a short meditation at the end. A mindful breath-based flow is followed by hip openers, seated postures, and shoulder stand. The final meditation will help you assimilate all previous information. A great class to do before bed or anytime you feel stressed, anxious, or uneasy.
3. Gentle Evening Yoga
Welcome to your Gentle Evening Yoga flow. This session will take you through a number of deep, meditative stretches and poses, designed to get rid of all of the muscle tension that has accumulated throughout the day. Join Celest and get ready to unwind, no matter how busy or stressful your day has been.
4. Hotel Yoga Routine
Try this yoga workout the next time you're traveling and in a hotel room for a total body and mind transformation.