This is a 37 minute (including savasana) practice that brings together some of my favorite “feel-good” poses and movements. Nothing too strenuous and not a ton of focus on alignment in this class – just classic shapes that make it easier to breathe and feel-good in your body. We start in a long hold in childs pose, and utilizing work in table and puppy dog pose to begin getting into the spine, upper back, chest and shoulders. We move through a variety of lunges with variations for creating space in the body and play with some dancing warrior 2s. We round out our practice with some twisting malasana (squat), seated hip release in bound angle, a bridge and a supine twist before settling into savasana.
Posted on April 6, 2020 by Mikki Trowbridge
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Navigating my way through the balance of strength and softness. Effort and ease. Planning and intuiting. Creating, sustaining and releasing. One practice and one day at a time. Perhaps I’ll figure it out tomorrow. But for now, I practice, and try to do it all with less of an RBF 😏❤️😂 #practice #salemyoga #resonanceyoga #oregonyoga #yogateacher
This morning is basically my Saturday and my Sunday morning. Shanti and I made the most of it with coffee, books and snuggles in bed. I’m trying to be better about not guilting myself to keep a traditional productivity schedule (M-F 8-5), when my schedule is anything but traditional. I’m not so good at it … but today we nailed it. Thanks for being my inspiration, @shantitheshiba.
I think my jet lag is gone … but my body still thinks it should be swimming in the ocean and walking on the beach. I haven’t been able to get warm all week. How long until summer?! 😂 #itsfineimfineeverythingsfine #trowanderlust #lamu #kenya #mermaidlife #handstand #wehandstand #inversion
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