Practice Exploration – Fall 2020 Series
Join Robin for creative sequences, smart strength-building, playful transitions, and a breath-based flow that will hook your bodymind to an elevated experience. We’ll use props in new ways, break down challenging postures, and mix things up. This class is for the curious and open-minded yoga practitioner who wants to learn about the body and brain anew. Six months of yoga experience is recommended for this class.
$60 for class series
6-week Online Class Series
Thursdays: September 24 – October 29, 2020
2:00 – 2:45pm PST (45 minutes)
$15/class – OR $60 for entire series
*All sessions are recorded. Live attendance is not required.
An alternative to the ubiquitous “vinyasa yoga” class with tons of Chatturangas, this flow class will mix up your yoga practice into something fun, smart, and exploratory for your bodymind.
Built upon a framework of the flow practice, Robin will add in elements of the Yoga Detour methodology so that you can actually prepare your body well for yoga poses and (more importantly) for regular life. Expect breathing practices, pose breakdowns, creative sequencing, sneaky strength-building, unique ways to use props, lots of variation, and insightful and mindful theming.
Get ready to flow and have fun!
Note: At least six months of prior yoga experience is recommended to attend this class.
It is helpful (but not required) to have the following props for this class: yoga mat, bolster/pillow, blanket/beach towel, 2 yoga blocks, a yoga strap
By purchasing any class, class series, or other session, you understand that it is your responsibility to consult with a physician prior to and regarding your participation in yoga classes, movement classes and other physical activity. You agree to assume full responsibility for any risks, injuries, or damages, known or unknown, which you might incur as a result of your participation in your session. You understand that it is your continuing responsibility to inform the instructor(s) of any previous medical conditions, injuries or surgeries prior to your first class and at such other times as you acquire information as to same.