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Working on building core strength and working towards handstand. Opening the shoulder, investigating the middle and understanding the psycho-emotional affect of this pose.

Most arm balances require opening in the inner groin to access the power to lift and move up and away from the pull of gravity. We look at how to work the legs as a lever to move into an arm balance.
These are poses that need dedication and perseverance. We are moving toward equanimity in the poses, so balancing is not just pushing to over power the asana. Inner power is the fire of Prana and moving from the inner body, aligned with the breath.

We work with preparations for Backbends. The focus is to prepare the body for Urdhva Dhanurasana by opening the shoulders and hips, strengthening the spine and working with the quadriceps.
Deep stretches for the body, so please watch your wn pace

Working with shoulder opening and finding freedom in the pelvis, we work in a vinyasa style towards handstands

We work with the energies of Earth nourishing the Sheng cycle of Earth to Metal element. Standing poses and ekapadarajakapotasana

Focusing on the arms and armpit chest opening in standing poses and downward facing dog

Working in standing poses and ekapadarajakapotasana variations.

We look at the Spleen Meridian and how it wraps the length of the body. Opening the hips and shoulders for standing pose sequences to enliven your inner body!

Working in a hip opening and standing pose vinyasa flow, along with opening the groin, we can uncover the sesnation of “Letting Go” in the Hubs of Freedom – shoulders and hips.

We work with Spleen and Stomach to ignite the inner groin and thighs with Chi! Working the movements necessary to draw devotion toward the devotion of Hanuman!

We work with the Large Intestine Meridian in a sequence of seated twists

We uncover the mysteries of Meridians and explore the energy of the Spleen and Stomach pathways.

We work with Knees today and look at how the Spleen and Stomach channels can affect the action of the knee joint.

Working with the upper torso, we use the Lung Meridian to awaken the chest in a practice to prepare for backbends.

Working with the energy of Spring and balancing Yin and Yang. using the Liver and Gall Bladder Meridians in Chinese Meridians, we work on standing poses, twists, backbends and folding.

Bringing Yin to Yang and transforming the energy into service

We start working with TaiYin meridians of arms in Lung and Large Intestine