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Jason Crandell

Hatha Vinyasa Flow

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Jason Crandell

Hatha Vinyasa Flow

Jason Crandell, is a natural teacher and author with more than 15 years of experience. His accessible, grounded classes integrate the best elements of power yoga, anatomical precision and mindfulness teachings. With a "knack for teaching subtle body movements in a way that everyone can understand" (Yoga Journal), Jason's articulate, down-to-earth teaching will educate and empower you.

Named "one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga" by Yoga Journal, Jason has been one of the most in-demand teachers at conferences around the world for over a decade. Considered a "teachers-teacher", Jason has taught on countless teacher-training faculties, leads trainings globally, and regularly presents teacher-training content at esteemed conferences.

Jason is a contributing editor for Yoga Journal Magazine where he has published over 25 articles. His critical-thinking skills will support you on your path of practice, teaching and self-inquiry.

Jason's primary teacher is Rodney Yee, who was kind enough to say, "Jason is taking the art of teaching yoga to its next level."

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This all-around flow that emphasizes twists is designed to spend extra time releasing your spine, hips and shoulders, encouraging a feeling of better overall body balance. Warm up with surya namaskars, adding twisting poses and standing balance postures as you flow. Arm balancing, optional inversions and backbends round out your practice, before concluding with a well-earned savasana.
Practice Focus: Twists
2 60 Jason Crandell
Quadriceps calling for a good, deep stretch? Work your quads with a short sequence that helps strengthen and lengthen your leg muscles. Begin with a standing stretch at the wall, then move on to your mat for lunge variations and downward dog. Props Suggested: Wall space.
Practice Focus: Quadriceps
2 5 Jason Crandell
Think about your core as a cylinder. Connect to all parts of your "cylinder" with this flow practice that emphasizes strengthening the muscles that work with the sides and back of your core. Anatomy nerds, think obliques, quadratus lumborum and erector spinae. Non-anatomy nerds, think love handles! Move through a series of poses like sphinx to plank, vasisthasana variations and navasana, working your outer hips and glutes as well as your core.
Practice Focus: Core Strength & Abs
2 30 Jason Crandell

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