This is a 45 minute (including savasana) practice that is all about cultivating balance. Our practice includes some balance poses, but we also approach balance through the breath. We begin our practice by establishing an even, counted breath to balance our inhales and our exhales – and then we revisit this counted/balanced breath multiple times in our flow. Our physical practice is a slow flow, with pacing established by your breath, and includes lunges and warrior poses that flow into tree pose and warrior 3. We integrate some malasana/squat work, with opportunities for crow pose, and end with some seated and supine hip and spine release before settling into savasana.
Posted on April 29, 2020 by Mikki Trowbridge
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Downward Face On Dog. Shanti inserted herself into the middle of my practice this morning, and here she stayed through almost the very end. Made movement and shapes interesting 😂 but made for an incredibly grounding Adho Mukha Svanasana. Grateful for Shanti and all the peace she brings.
Long before I found yoga, music was my form of meditation. Growing up I found my solace in playing piano and singing - and still turn to music as a centering force in my life. Which is why these yoga + live music events are some of my favorite blends to offer. The combination of movement, breath, community connection and music is powerful and healing.
What a gift it is to have a friend who has been by your side for every season of life between potty training and present day. Who remembers every version of you that has existed across 36 years of friendship, and continues to celebrate the person you are today. A friendship that can exist across distance (we haven’t lived in the same state since we were 5 years old), but can pick up even after three years apart like no time has passed. I know what a rare gift you are as a human @jaclynescalera, and what a rare gift our friendship is. I’m incredibly grateful for you, and the time spent together this weekend. Love you more than words can express. ❤️🙏🏼
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