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Flows to Revitalize

Flows to Revitalize

We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise, we harden.” ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Now, we’re not saying you aren’t perfect just as you are but it’s easy to become a little too comfortable with our routine sometimes. And when we realize we’re no longer challenging ourselves, it’s a wakeup call. If we aren’t growing and expanding, we become stagnant. Yoga can empower you to tap into your inner fire, so you continue to grow and move forward in your life.

Yoga reminds us that everything is temporary. The only constant is change and tuning into this universal truth reminds us to continue to renew our minds, hearts, and bodies. Asana, Pranayama, and Meditation all help balance our nervous system. Then, we can better manage our thoughts and emotions, not to mention feel physically better. When we move the prana or energy through our system with mindful breath and movement, we release sluggishness and create room for the new and fresh.

All styles of yoga create shifts within us. According to Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras, the three primary benefits of the physical postures or asanas, are resolving dis-ease, creating lightness of body, and stability. In the Sutras on Pranayama, breath control, II-49 through II-53 detail how the regulation of life force is regulated by the inhale and the exhale. Through a dedicated yoga practice, you can continue evolving into your healthiest self.

This week’s practices take into account the power of ancient yogic wisdom and were specifically designed to get you flowing toward feeling powerful, strong, and full of vitality. If you’re ready to reset, this week’s new classes are a perfect place to start! Whether you're feeling like you’re in a rut, or just need something to improve your mood, or feel like a fresh flow, try one or all of these 4 practices today!

Dynamic Power Flow - Kylie Larson

Flow for a Better Mood - Lila Whiting

Flow: Breath-Initiated Movement - Christen Bakken

Flex and Flow - YogaFit

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