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Taylor Harkness

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Taylor Harkness

Taylor Harkness is an instructor bent on moving people to play both on and off the mat with skillful action, an open heart, and a healthy dose of gratitude. An avid rock climber, rookie sky diver, hungry learner, psychology nerd, nature lover, and paramedic, Taylor applies his adventurous experiences of life to his teachings and to keeping it real in the classroom. Taylor's long-term goal is marrying yoga with primary health care and mental wellness, and his passion for the way the body works is infectious. Catch one of his upbeat classes, and you may just find your frown turned upside down.

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When you're feeling frisky and really need to get into your hips, spine and shoulders, this non-stop mandala style (using all edges of the mat) class is for you. It's a blend of all the classic hip and heart favorites with variations on lizard, pigeon, gomukhasana (cow face), standing splits and wheel, including a funky bird of paradise variation. Use the warmth created within your body through constant movement to melt into these poses. Props Suggested: Two blocks.
Loosen up your shoulders and hips, then strengthen your core and back with this class designed for yogis who work desk jobs. First unwind the tight spots that tend to keep you bound up and hunched over with warming sun salutations. Then shift your focus to strengthening the muscle groups that support good posture (like your core and your upper, mid and lower back) with sequencing that includes warrior III, triangle and pigeon. Props Needed: A block and a strap.
As climbers we often develop imbalances in flexibility and mobility in the legs. The goal of this class is to help identify these imbalances so you can keep yourself climbing strong. Hold each pose for five breaths as you address your overworked arms to help reduce tightness. Props Needed: A strap.

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