Posts tagged nashville tennessee yoga
Cindy David

"Every time I get on my mat, I get a chance to press the reset button. It's a good reminder for my life too... Every day I get a chance to press the reset button- do something different, interact with someone kindly, forgive, make a difference, love someone, practice coming from an open heart space. This is what I love to do."

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Fahrenheit Presents: Foundations of Flow

Build your practice from the FOUNDATION up! This 90 min workshop will cover the basics of Power Vinyasa Yoga to help you strengthen the foundation of your yoga practice. Whether you are new to yoga or just looking to reconnect with the roots of the practice you already LOVE, this workshop will empower you on your mat. Please be sure to bring a pen and paper with you. This workshop will be lead by Baptiste Yoga Certified Instructor Christopher Byford and assisted by Baptiste Certified Assistant Mandi Byford.

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There's a Block Party at Fahrenheit

"I used to think blocks were for wimps, but now I get how they really do help me get the poses." This is something my mom said to me recently and it's so true! Using a block or strap or any other prop does not mean you are doing less than the full pose. In fact, props often help us achieve better alignment.

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Practice in Pairs: Partner Poses for Your Daily Practice with Kaci and Kristen

Partner yoga is a great way to incorporate a fun learning and bonding experience for friends that are practitioners of yoga!  Each partner pose incorporates a posture that offers synonymous or opposing benefits to each practitioner in the pose, which provides a great method of balancing flexibility and strength for both parties.  When exploring a partner yoga practice, you get double the fun!  This also means double the body parts and double the energy, which can be overwhelming.  Focus on the alignment and purpose of each pose, while moving with grace and intention into and out of each pose just like you would in your personal yoga practice.  These factors are key in avoiding injury while practicing partner yoga.  Kristen and Kaci have demonstrated several partner yoga poses below that you can explore with friends to share the joy and power of your asana practice!  Kristen offers modifications when available for each pose.

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