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Darren Rhodes


Darren Rhodes


Darren Rhodes has been the director of YogaOasis in Tucson, Arizona since 1999. He is the founder of YogaHour, an accessible, inexpensive, expertly-taught flow yoga class that offers clear and specific alignment instructions for each pose. He is the author and model of the Yoga Resource Practice Manual eBook featuring photographs of Darren in 400 yoga poses with instructions. Yoga Journal named him one of the "21 Talented Young Teachers Shaping the Future of Yoga."

Darren, while known for his ability to perform all yoga postures, is dedicated to making yoga accessible. Darren's classes are innovative and authentic, focusing on making the doable difficult and the difficult doable. Join Darren on YogaGlo for a fun and challenging class!

Darren lives in Tucson, Arizona with his wife Bronwin and son Dagda. He offers YogaHour Teacher Trainings and workshops nationally and internationally. You can find Darren's teaching schedule and his books, CDs, and posters on his website.

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Take time out of your day to feel more grounded with this steady-paced, strengthening sequence. Begin by tuning inward, taking notice of your breath. Warm your body with a cat/cow sequence and thunder bolt arms, moving on to plank and invigorating backbends like locust and cobra. Practice dynamic hip opening lunge variations and stretch your quads with pigeon prep. Class concludes with a supine series of postures like bridge, reclined mountain and gentle twists. Props Suggested: A block.
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Let Your Breath Breathe Itself - Meditation teaches that thoughts come and go on their own and to not identify with nor pursue them. In this sequence, how about trying the same with your breath? Practice deepening awareness of your breath and the breath itself. Flow through a variation of surya namaskara, moving on to a challenging standing sequence, then remaining low to the ground to cultivate inner steadiness for arm balances like turned crane. Leave feeling stronger and settled.
Practice Focus: Breath
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Got a few minutes after a sweaty training session? Kick off your trainers and release into a supine sequence that helps target your front body and hips. Unwind and give your muscles a much needed stretch with poses like bridge and reclined cow face pose. A great practice after a gym session to get your body ready for your next workout. Take savasana as long or as little as you like.
Practice Focus: Cross Train
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