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Jodi Blumstein

Ashtanga

Jodi Blumstein

Ashtanga

Jodi Blumstein has been practicing Ashtanga yoga since 1994, and has a profound connection to the practice. After studying under the world's premiere instructors (including Sri K. Pattabhi Jois), she founded Priya Yoga, Chicago's first Ashtanga/vinyasa yoga school, and served as their director for eight years.

Jodi holds a space for students that is solid and reverent, while maintaining a level of levity, play, and humor. She is a teacher's teacher, and yet each student feels her precise attention, especially as they are at pivotal points in their practice. She encourages students to explore their edges both on and off the mat, and facilitates transformation in both arenas.

Jodi lives in Los Angeles, where she has been running the Mysore program for YogaWorks at the Center for Yoga since 2004. She also hosts exclusive Ashtanga retreats at her home, led by some of the worlds premier Ashtanga teachers.

Connect with Jodi at www.jodiblumstein.com or on Facebook at Jodi Blumstein Yoga.

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Recent classes

Want to try something new this year? Begin the process of building an Ashtanga practice with this dynamic class that introduces you to the Ashtanga style of sun salutations, standing postures and engaging your bandhas. Postures are done in the traditional sequence and are part of a larger sequence known as the primary series. Be prepared to improve your concentration as you focus attention on your breath. Usher in a new commitment to your practice!
Practice Focus: Seasonal
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A strong and deep vinyasa inspired flow practice that explores hanumanasana (splits) and a variety of upper body variations, as they are represented in the third series of Ashtanga. Begin your practice with a quick warm up to open up your hamstrings and hips. Then do a short, but quite advanced, sequence which explores variations of the pose. Take natarajasana before heading to the floor for counter and cool down poses. Rest in savasana. Props Needed: A strap.
Practice Focus: Hamstrings
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The primary series of Ashtanga is a classic cleansing sequence. Move and sweat in a practice designed to deepen your forward bends and restore your natural seat. This sequence is the foundation for all of Ashtanga Yoga. Begin with the classic sequence of sun salutations, surya A and B to get warm and focused. Then move into a sequence of deep forward bends with full binds. End with backbends, shoulder stand and headstand before meditation.
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