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7 DAY YOGA SERIES
A focused 7 Day Yoga Series. Each class includes 3 breathing exercises, 3 yoga flows & 3 balance challenges.
7 DAYS OF YOGA
Three Rounds Series
Three Rounds: Day 1
And we're off! Day 1 kicks off the Three Rounds Series. With a grove of palm trees as our background, we start class seated with our first breathing exercise. Then we move through a short yoga flow. And then it's all about standing on one leg in our first balance challenge. We then take two more rounds with a new flow, balance challenge, and breathing exercise
Three Rounds: Day 2
With the Lauderdale by the Sea pier as our backdrop, in day 2 we again begin class seated with our first breathing exercise. From there we again move through s short flow and then comes our first balance challenge. One note: I'll be using the same three breathing exercises for each class. They are ideal for this focused series, with each one leading to the next.
Three Rounds: Day 3
In Day 3 we kick things off the same way as the first two days, seated focused on our breath. Now that we have two days under our belts, see how clear you can keep your mind in each breathing exercise. As thoughts pop in, see if you can set them off to the side and come back to them after the workout is over!
Three Rounds: Day 5
In Day 5 I take a little break from the sun again shooting right next to the pier. In this workout, we take things up a notch with the yoga flows, especially in Round Two & Three. Focus on keeping your center together as we flow from pose to pose, creating clear anchors in each helping to keep our balance! Oh...and don't be distracted by the kids laughing and playing about 5 feet from me :)
Three Rounds: Day 7
We made it, our final day of Three Rounds! In this last workout I want you to take everything we've learned over the past 6 days and put it into practice. Ultimately it's all about focus, whether we're breathing, flowing, or standing on one leg. See if you can watch every breath in the breathing exercises. Keep your gaze steady as we stand on one leg. And stay anchored as we flow from pose to pose.
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