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Thursday, February 26 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
3 Keys To A Lifelong Vinyasa Practice

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Flow style yoga can make you feel amazing, but you can also develop some pretty gnarly injuries. This class focuses on 3 vinyasa ‘hot spots’, places that new (and longtime) students often experience pain: The wrists, shoulders and lower back. For the first half of class, we will workshop key alignment points for some classic postures which compromise these parts of the body. Then we will put these principles into practice with a simple vinyasa sequence. The foundation of a yoga practice is Ahimsa, or ‘do no harm’ - to others AND to your own body. Flow style yoga shouldn’t just be for the young and strong, but rather for dedicated practitioners - who want to be able to move intelligently for life. (This class is designed for beginners, all students who want to revisit the foundation of their practice, and teachers seeking tools for teaching basics classes.)

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Schuyler Grant

I used to think that yoga was something my parents did to embarrass me in front of my friends in junior high. But 20 years ago, recovering from a back injury, I began practicing asana and discovered something I had been seeking for years: the manifestation of meditation through motion. Over the years, I developed a signature style that integrates the breath based flow of Astanga and the precision of Iyengar into a deep, sweaty and transformative mind/body experience. Opening Kula Yoga Project in 2001 was my attempt to bring a little California vibe to the mean streets of NYC. I am also lucky enough to be the co-creator of this crazy, magical festival... Read More →

Thursday February 26, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Kuilima Ballroom