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Taylor Harkness

Vinyasa Flow

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Taylor Harkness

Vinyasa Flow

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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Start with some easy, sweeping movements then, once calmed, settle into more restorative postures before finishing with a guided meditation and final rest. This not-so-sweaty sequence will clear out your hips and hamstrings any time you need to shake off a bit of excess energy and bring your attention home. Props Needed: A block and a strap.
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If you're an avid runner, odds are your hammies are hollerin' at you! Here is a quick and easy class designed to stretch your hamstrings with the help of a strap. Begin by calming your body down with a deep standing forward fold, then move onto your back to practice supine postures for your legs. You may repeat this sequence or hold these poses for longer, if it feels good. Props Needed: A strap.
Practice Focus: Running & Hamstrings
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Combine empowering, positive affirmations and the calming effect of the ocean with this sweet, guided meditation. Remaining in savasana, visualize the ocean as you focus on your breath, allowing the ebb and flow of the waves to cleanse your mind and body. You are boundless and without limits when you feel both powerful and tranquil. A great practice to start or end your day, or anytime you want to soothe and calm your body.
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