In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Claire Missingham explains that flow comes naturally and flow feels like it creates freedom when we are in a creative state of mind. We become less concerned with the outside world and we just allow what is inside of us to be freed.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Steven Espinosa explains that often times we can get moving so fast in our daily lives it’s like our feet never touch the ground. Yoga helps with grounding both sides of the body to help us move forward from a balanced and centered place.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Tiffany Cruikshank explains that our physical practice can shift our mental perspective and that our mental perspective can shift our reality. Step into your strength as a woman and embrace your perfectly imperfect self!
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Sianna Sherman explains that one of the most important things as a yogi is learning how to trust our intuitive knowledge. She reminds us that practicing yoga can enhance our intuitive capacities and that is one of the greatest gifts of all.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Kia Miller explains that our body is a map, which reveals the patterns and emotional tendencies that govern our life. Many of these patterns of thinking and feeling get coded into our muscles and joints. She reminds us that a particular focus on the breath will help us unravel years of stress and tension and will help us to reclaim our vitality, stand tall and walk with majesty.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Kathryn Budig reminds us that one of the biggest ways to improve our posture or practice is our level of confidence and how we talk to ourselves. So not only bringing confidence, but bringing a really strong helping of self love.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Darren Rhodes reminds us that our practice can use contrast to help reveal ways in which we’ve progressed, and ways in which we can continue our practice progression.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Steven Espinosa explains that there are aspects of yoga we need to take seriously. Such as our physical safety through conscious alignment and mindful breath awareness. But he reminds us that it’s also important to remember that it should be fun, too! And when you put those two things together what we get is SERIOUS FUN!