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Stephanie Snyder

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Stephanie Snyder

Stephanie is the founder of San Francisco's Love Story Yoga studio where you can find her leading classes workshops and trainings. She is also the creator of the Yoga Journal DVD, 'Yoga for Strength and Toning'. Known for being both reverent and relevant she offers a class that blends sophisticated sequencing and alignment with mature and accessible philosophical discourse. Students appreciate Stephanie's heart-felt humor and personal connection to the practice. She teaches vinyasa, prenatal and yoga for recovery classes on Yogaglo and all over the world.

Stephanie has been featured by Yoga Journal magazine, YogiTimes magazine, Mantra Magazine, Fox News, and InStyle Magazine who named Stephanie as San Francisco's most sought after yoga teacher. She has also been a contributing writer for and featured on the cover of Yoga Journal Magazine as well as other industry leading publications.

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A well rounded, full-bodied practice to get you glowing and ready to take on anything. Experience less instruction and more straight up flow. Start right away with a lunge sequence to open your thighs and hips. Use the heat created from a warrior II sequence to fire up a few backbend options, like shalabasana (locust) and urdhva dhanurasana (wheel). Practice headstand or choose dolphin as an alternative. Rest in savasana, get up, and go!
Use this practice to ground down and experience the sensation of your body pushing into the floor, and the floor rising up to meet your body. Feel your strong legs and feet throughout steady, accessible standing poses, lunges and side bends. Press down as you lift up through your heart, then soften into a final savasana.
Allow long, restful stretches to carry you straight into bed! Begin to find release through pelvic openers with gentle rocking motions, then move on to a tranquil series of passive postures done lying down and supported by a blanket. Let any sighs or yawns come through as you slow down your body and invite the sensation of sleepiness. Props Needed: A blanket.

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