Clear out the cobwebs and create space for renewal and transformation with this sequence.
This sequence is great for finding neutral alignment and reducing tension in the shoulders – a common problem for office workers and those of us who are on our phones too much!
This sequence uses the peak pose Compass and can be themed around ‘finding direction’ or following one’s ‘true north’.
Quote by Stephen Covey from his book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change
Sydney J Harris’ writing was popular in the ’70s. You can check out his most popular work in the book The Best of Sydney J Harris.
This vinyasa flow practice is designed to balance the cold, contracting nature of winter with postures that are expansive and build heat.
References – Dosha Quizzes (links provided for your convenience, they are not endorsements):
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This Vinyasa flow practice is all about twists. Use this sequence to wring out your students and revitalise their spines. Click the link below to download the description + cheat sheet (with drawings) to take to class.
Practice these traditional vinyasa flows first thing in the morning to increase energy and ensure you’ve got this foundational sequence down before stepping onto your mat on day 1 of YTT.