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Taylor Harkness

Vinyasa Flow

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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Recent classes

It’s booty time! And not the kind pirates love. Blast your thighs and glutes with kick backs, squats, dipping lunges, and outer hip work. Poses like chair at the wall, cat/cow with fun glute activation and eka pada koundinyasana are connected with vinyasa play. Fluid and dynamic movements mixed into traditional yoga asanas keep your mind engaged while your body is working. Stretch it out with a pigeon themed cool down. Props Needed: Wall space.
Practice Focus: Buttock
2-3 60 Taylor Harkness
Spend some time hanging out with your hips! Practice releasing inner, outer, front and back aspects of your hips with long, active holds. Move into deep stretching variations of lunges, gomukhasana and pigeon, followed by side splits and forward folds. Flow through a rinsing vinyasa between each set of stretches. A great class for runners, cyclists and any time you're looking to access more flexibility in your hips and hamstrings.
Practice Focus: Running, Hip Opener & Hips
2-3 20 Taylor Harkness
Sides of your legs feeling tight? Stretch and strengthen your iliotibial (I.T.) band while sneaking in some core work with this compact sequence. Begin supine with strap supported postures, warming up your lateral core with side body stretches. Then move on to forward folds, hip openers and standing balances that include eka pada utkatasana. Conclude back down on your mat with gentle twists and savasana, feeling the delicious effects of your practice. Props Suggested: A strap.
Practice Focus: Core Strength & IT Band
1-2 30 Taylor Harkness

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