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Alexis 
Gulliver (ENG)

Alexis has been trained in various styles of yoga: YogaWorks, Power Yoga, Anusara Yoga, and Ashtanga Yoga. She draws from all of these styles when giving a session. She designs her sessions to be intelligent, focused, strong, and with a lot of humor thrown in to keep the practice light. Alexis also uses this as her inspiration when giving her 200 hour yoga alliance certified Yoga Programs.

Alexis practices because she loves seeing people experience their bodies and emotions again or for the first time. She truly enjoys sharing the power of yoga with people and getting to be a part of the way that it shapes their lives and world perspectives. Watching people become the very best that they can be, growing strong in their bodies and more open and compassionate in their lives is actually the greatest gift of practicing yoga. She wakes up every morning happy to go to her job.

Alexis says, "I practice because I have to. When I practice I'm able to move through my life with a bit more grace and ease. Practicing and studying yoga influences the way that I relate to the world and the relationships that I have. It makes me feel healthy, energized, and more balanced both physically and mentally. My inspiration comes from the people around me. Whether it's having a dinner with new people and trying to see the world through their eyes, or practicing with an experienced master who shows me a new paths, there is inspiration all around us. Remembering how very little we really know and understand, keeps me open to fresh, open to new ideas and hopefully living a little bit more fully, present, and conscious every day."

You can find Alexis either in group sessions and Master sessions at YogaSala, sharing her knowledge thru YogaUni, or at various private locations and workshops.

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    Flow class breaking down Eagle Pose for beginnners. Start with reclined poses, working your way up to the full pose! Open shoulders and hips. Great for balance. Exploring new poses and focusing the mind.

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    Use this class when you want to build a lot of core strength without doing the traditional crunches and sit-ups. This class is a quick, yet extremely effective way to connect with your core and then use that connection to go deeper into arm balances. A strong core, supports your low back, keeps the entire spine healthy and can help with weight loss. Enjoy.

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    Often times, it isn't until we have lost something that we appreciate what we had. Unfortunately then it is too late. This class is designed to remind you to stay in the present moment so that you can be aware of all of the wonderful little gifts around you. The more you can learn to have gratitude on your mat the more that it will spill over into your everyday life. No matter when you are in your life, this class can be a reminder to enjoy every single second of your day and appreciate exactly what you have now. 

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    This practice is designed to help you deepen your Hanumanasana practice. We will be working on and around the Hanumanasana pose to open the hips and the muscle area to help deepen the practice of the pose.

    If you really interested in deepen your Hanumanasana practice, you can repeat this flow once, or twice a month, for a serious progress.

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    The ancient Indian mythology used the analogy of refining the mind and body from 'dross' to gold.

    This class is designed to help you move through the dark, thick, heavy parts of your body to find space, freedom and a sense of space. Use this class to refine and polish your mind, body and soul into it.

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    Flow of Movement and Flow of Breathe Drop into the life whenever you feel blue. Life is a rollercoster, full of change. Lets find a place inside our heart to pause.

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    The entire practice will be on the knees and we will not be standing up. The sequence is designed to be a very effective, safe and accessible practice for those to ground down and to feel connected to legs and feet, as well as for the ones who have not been able to practice for some time. 

    The practice is also for those who have a knee sensitivity or injury. 

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    This well rounded practice we will be playing with the time holding and flowing through asanas.

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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.