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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An absolutely beautiful month spent exploring Guatemala and Belize. Practicing Spanish, retreating with new and old friends, adventuring in caves, visiting ancient ruins, exploring unda the sea, slowing down on island time. Thank you for traveling along with me via photos. I come out of my shell and return to my regular schedule tomorrow, and here’s where you can practice with me (I’m so excited to see you 🥳!!):
As I head back today, I’m naturally already making plans for my next travels. And there are some really great adventures coming up in the next year 😎 For those of you who have been considering and dreaming about my July 2023 retreat in Kenya, or my January 2024 retreat in Egypt, @expthevillage is offering $200 off new registrations through midnight on Giving Tuesday. Now would be the time to make your deposit ❤️🙏🏼 Full details under the “International Retreats” link in my bio. Don’t hesitate to message me with questions! #trowanderlust #wanderlust #expthevillage #responsibletourism #responsibletravel #yogaretreat #havematwilltravel
My heart is very full after the last two weeks on retreat with an amazing group of humans practicing together and adventuring around Guatemala - Tikal, Antigua, Ceylan, Atitlan. I fall in love with this country a little more each time I come … and I can’t wait to return again.
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