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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I’m learning to embrace the moments where contentment and presence come easily, and to let them settle deeply into my body and into the “muscle memory” of my practice. For these easy moments of practice, are investments into the practices and days where the contentment, the presence, the settling are harder to find ❤️🙏🏼 Also. Sunshine 🥳 #yoga #trowga #shibainu #oregonlife #oregonyoga #shibastagram
Sometimes really wonderful things and experiences must come to an end. The past 8 summers of leading SUP Yoga in Pacific City, in partnership with @nestucca_adventures, have held some of my fondest memories and moments and included so many of you that I am honored to call friends and students. It has been a great joy in my life to teach so many of you how to paddle, to watch you fall in love with paddle boarding, and to spend this time together on the water.
Currently living in that space that exists right on the cusp of really exciting things. That space that is sometimes hard to be patient and present in. All the prep work, the finishing/completing, the dialing in of details - but the final product is still just out of reach. Kind of like when your teacher makes you do all the prep work for an arm balance - but never lets you do the arm balance 😂😂😈
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