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Flow With Me Yoga

Flow with Me Yoga is a podcast for passionate yogis looking to roll out their mats and get right to it. No long intros, disclaimers, or ads, just a guided Vinyasa yoga flow recorded specifically for listening and flowing along. The podcast offers three types of classes – Classic Flow, Gentle Flow, and Power Flow. Gentle Flow offers a slower pace and longer holds. This is not a euphemism for a watered down asana practice. Gentle flow is a legit flow class. Classic Flow offers a mid-line of intensity and pace. Get ready for chaturanga pushups along with power elements in standing postures. Power Flow kicks the levels of intensity up a notch with core work in high planks, holds at bottoms on chaturanga pushups, and standing series that build on one another. Your legs will feel it the next day. So will your arms and core. Is getting stronger not what you came here for? Come flow with me! For more information, visit www.flowwithme.yogaThis podcast is intended for experienced yogis. Please listen to your body and go at your own pace. For your safety, make sure you are healthy enough to practice yoga. By listening to this podcast, you are accepting full responsibility for your practice.

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Episode 21: Be Here Be Now Gentle Flow

This is a 60-minute Gentle Flow. The focus of this class is experiencing the practice as a place TO BE as opposed to another thing TO DO, something to mark off your list. My offering is a breath-filled practice. Sun Salutations A feature sphinx and forearm plank. Sun Salutations B progress through lunging poses that build on one another, offering more challenge with each round. Classic Vinyasa transitions are nowhere to be found here. Instead of relying on momentum or muscle memory, you are invited to be fully present in this practice as it unfolds one breath at a time. We gradually transition from open to closed twists, honoring both the length of the spine and the length of the breath. There is a slow-burning intensity in this flow, and as you hold in dolphin pose for the second time, you will surely feel it. This class is a true moving meditation: it invites you to be fully present. If you have been short in presence lately, come to your mat and let me take you on a journey into breath and into ‘just’ being. Enjoy!

1hr 1min

13 Feb 2020

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