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21-Day Yoga Challenge: Time to Shine! 

This challenge has ended. A BIG congrats to everyone who completed the challenge! Be very proud, and be sure to soak and bask in the benefits for all your hard work and effort (doesn't it feel GREAT?!)!! And most importantly, continue with your momentum! Do your best to keep up with your consistent practice! Even 20 mins can change your entire day!

CONGRATS TO OUR PRIZE WINNERS!!

Winner 1: Penny M.
Winner 2: Jessica F.

Stay tuned for info on our New Year's Challenge coming January 1st!


On completion of the challenge two lucky winners will be chosen at random to win incredible prize packages from these partners:

      

 

21-Day Challenge: Time to Shine

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DAY 15: 21-Day Yoga Challenge: Time to Shine!
DAY 15: 21-Day Yoga Challenge: Time to Shine!

Welcome to Day 15 of the 21-Day Yoga Challenge: Time to Shine!

Monday, September 23. 

How is it feeling heading into the third week? This week it’s all about consistency, finishing strong and staying on track. So much of how your day turns out is determined by how it starts. A healthy, productive morning can be the difference-maker for the rest of your day.

Today you have the chance to do a morning class with Robert, or work on your arms in a flowing class with Mark.

Today's class choices:

Good Morning:

Start Your Day Right with Robert Sidoti

35 min class | Level: All Levels | Intensity: Everyday Namaste

This class is designed for all bodies to 'start your day right'! A routine to wake up to and practice every day, to begin your awesome day with very necessary functional movement and stretching so to give your body the best possible chance to feel good, with the intention of taking good care of yourself, with reverence and respect! Make it a priority my friends:)

Flow:

Absolution Flow: A Call to Arms with Mark Morford

45 min class | Level: Adv. Intermediate | Intensity: Bring a Towel

Behold this giddy, delightful and VERY shoulder/arm/chest intensive practice, core stable and alignment precise. That’s right! It’s all manner of chaturangas, double dips, planks and half-handstands and pincha mayurasanas, moves both familiar and, perhaps, not so much. Prediction: You will love it, even when you hate it. 

And why? For the sake of real stability, of course. For the sake of true strength – not just bulk muscle or brute force, but functional, useful upper-body energy that can reach and rotate, lift and hold with dexterity and ease, and not get hurt. 

Be careful with this one. Do what you can. Do not overdo it. Ignore your ego. Build up to it. Try a few, then try again. Come back to what didn’t seem remotely possible, and try it again. And then again. 

Reminder: Upper body strength is NOT about the ability to hoist heavy things or grunt through a pile of dumb pushups. It’s about a particularly confident, poised flavor of grace and physical integrity. It’s for holding up the weight of the world, and then dancing. 

Mark recommends using the following playlist for this class: Spotify playlist for Absolution Flow: A Call To Arms 

**you only need to choose one class**

Be sure to share your challenge experiences in the comments section! 

 

 



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