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This practice combines Vinyasa, body weight training and peices of a Feldenkrais Method® lesson. Our neglected upper back (thoracic region) will get some much deserved attention as we work on both physical strength and neuromuscular education. The result is a feeling of profound integration and easeful posture.

Yin & Pranayama: A Universe Conspires

every now and then I have to remind myself of something. The Universe really wants for me to thrive. Not just me but all of us. I’m not a super spiritual person but I do love science, and I feel like science backs me up here. So this practice is about exploration because I don’t want you to take my word for it. I want you to experience this conspiring of the Universe for yourself. Through movement, through breath, through the exquisite felt sense of self.

Free Your Sternum for a Happier Neck

If you often get tension headaches, this practice is for you. If you are someone who has a stiff or painful neck, I’m so glad you are here. This pain care yoga practice combines a somatic lesson with Yin poses to free your sternum. Once you see how the sternum is essential to easeful neck and head movement you will be forever changed.