Level 2-3

For these practices, the practitioner is expected to perform a more advanced and complex poses. The practices are focused to deepen the practice with sequences designed around the poses with longer holds, more complex transitions and more challenging variations. The pace of the practice is relatively faster and there are less explanation of the poses and transitions.

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    In this practice we explore ways to improve our arm balances with a special focus on handstands

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    We don't pay a lot of attention to our neck areas unless we have a problem. Either physical neck pain or being unable to express ourselves fully, use this class to access to your inner voice.

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    Self Love and Metta Meditation

    Life can close us down both physically and emotionally. Using a Loving-Kindness meditation from Buddhist tradition one of loving yourself and others. Use this practice to gain flexibility but also strength. 

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    Use your whole mat, moving fluidly, like water to get unto all those little spaces we forget about, strong, smooth as you round out your rough edges. 

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    This class is a fun, challenging and creative adaptation of the Pilates Mat and Reformer repertoire. By utilizing the Pilates principles in a weight-bearing position you'll challenge your postural alignment, bones of the lower extremity and proprioception.

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    Please either take the 20 mins warm up practice before taking this practice, or practice your own warm up practice. This practice does not contain a warm-up, you will direcly dive in to the deep hip opening sequence.

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    This fun and informative practice focuses on hip openers and funky inversions. Be prepared to practice strong and deep, be prepared to learn how to mount and dismount and be prepared to have fun!

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    This 90 mins practice does not contain a warm-up and we will directly dive in to deep backbends, working towards the dropbacks and standing up from Urdhva Dhanurasana. Please either take the 20 mins warm up practice before taking this practice, or practice your own warm up practice.

    Note to the practitioners : If you are unable to straighten your arms in Urdhva Dhanurasana, use blocks on the wall segment until you create enough space and action to straighten arms. Once you get your arms straight, stay in the pose for 5 rounds, each round for 5-8 breaths. After doing these 5 rounds with an even experience, approach dropbacks sequence practice.

    Those of you who can do the drop back and stand freely, begin to work multiple rounds. Work up to the completion of 5 sets of 5 rounds. When the quality of these rounds are an even, full sensation without lose of energy or foundation, you will be ready to proceed to 108!

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    This fast paced warm up practice is sequenced around the Sun Salutations, you will be moving with the breath, and at the end of the practice you'll feel warmed up inside out.

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    This practice focuses on the idea of one needs to set their sadhana and stick to it because the change will come, but not necessarily towards the direction we hope for, unless we mindfully work towards it.

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