Please join me online for my live-streamed virtual ” Positive Psychology inspired Vinyasa Flow Yoga weekly classes. Details below:
My live-streamed, interactive sessions will offer Positive Psychology inspired Vinyasa Flow Yoga at its most potent by creating sequences to inspire fluidity, fire, freedom and FLOW.
SUNDAYS 10am – 11:15am
ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY, VINYASA FLOW YOGA CLASS
My Positive Psychology Vinyasa Flow Yoga Sunday sessions are about technical, creative sequencing adapted to the students to encourage a FLOW state and optimise freedom of movement and the character strength of Curiosity. Working our way towards a handful of more complex and demanding asanas, we use Kramas (variations) and breath to play and have fun exploring the edges of our comfort zone.
Feel free to bring any props you may normally use for your practice. Classes are 75 minutes but occasionally go over a few minutes when we are really in a state of FLOW! If you can’t attend the class live, you may still watch the recording afterwards for a period of 7 days. Please go to the “CONTENT” tab of the product to view the class recording afterwards.
*Please note no Zoom link will be sent once purchased. To attend the session, please just go to the class listing and click on the JOIN SESSION button which will be live 5 minutes before class is scheduled to start.
TUESDAYS 6pm – 7:15pm
HANDS-OFF ADJUSTMENTS FLEXIBILITY FLOW CLASS
COVID-19 and its subsequent lockdowns, have changed the landscape of how we both practice and teach yoga,. One of the ways we have adapted is with virtual classes which of course does not allow for any physical contact. When we are able to practice in-person, the teacher is currently limited in how they can interact safely with the students, avoiding any hands-on adjustment work.
People often equate the use of blocks being something more for beginner practitioners or as a tool to help bridge a gap between limitations and possibilities. More so than that however I have found since the pandemic and moving my teaching online, they can actually be used in more complex ways by both newer and experienced practitioners to deeply enhance and add strength to a pose, harness more power and steadiness in the breath and most importantly, effectively steady, de-stress and focus the mind when used mindfully and with intent. Using a combination of both verbal cues and blocks, I call these “Hands-Off Adjustments”. These non-contact enhancements still allow for the feeling and benefits of the pose similar to how it would experienced in a normal hands-on adjustment however with an added layer of even greater focus, breath and body awareness.
Please bring two blocks (preferably cork for their weight and grip) and a strap (optional) and get ready to flow deep using the blocks throughout the class in a creative and mindful manner. This practice runs deep and I have found that at the end the practitioner likes to spend an extended time resting so the class will conclude with the student being left to set their own time in savasana.
*Please note a recording of the class will be available in the CONTENT section of the listing and available to view