A morning yoga flow with creative, fun use of blocks to build strength and balance, and help you access Warrior 3 with confidence. ⭐️ ELEVATE YOUR PRACTICE with full one-hour classes, beginner workshops, live streams, book club, and more: https://www.patreon.com/davidoyoga
The idea for this class was inspired by one of my Patreon members – Angela from Austria. Hi Angela! 🤗 I love hearing from each and every one of you, and if you have a suggestion or idea for a class please leave it in the comments. Maybe yours will be the next class!
Warrior 3 is an amazing pose that helps build full body strength and mobility (especially in your core and legs), along with balance and proprioception – helping you feel more consciously connected to your body in space. It’s a great pose but students often struggle with healthy alignment and balance. This flow makes use of blocks to help you learn warrior 3, and build the strength and balance necessary to play with this pose more confidently!
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This practice is great for all fitness levels, including beginners, and for bodies of all shapes and sizes. Always listen to your body, take breaks whenever necessary, skip or modify any poses that feel unreasonable in your body, and most importantly HAVE FUN 😉
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