The family is gone, the presents have been opened, the parties are over and the stress is finally starting to subside. A new year has begun, bringing with it a new wave of resolutions, intentions and transitions.
Although the New Year is traditionally a time for looking toward the future, it is also important to take time to remember all of our personal growth during this past year in order to step fully forward into the New Year. Consider your many accomplishments and all that you do well this New Year. Let’s celebrate all the ways we are truly great beings.
This week’s featured classes will help you roll on into 2016 with grace, ease, strength & stamina.
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- New Year’s Resolution with Annie Carpenter: Celebrate your goodness in a well rounded, mindfully moving flow. Consider your many accomplishments and all that you do well this New Year. Rather than look at what you want to fix and make impossible resolutions, let’s celebrate all the ways you are truly great beings. Practice all your beloved poses and toast this miraculous practice and your extraordinary selves.
- Happy New Year with Amy Ippoliti: – The fresh start of the New Year gives you the opportunity to reconnect to what you want and get your enthusiasm back. Join in with people from all over the globe who are ready to connect back into what they intend for the new year. Focus on a couple of peak poses that must be broken out into parts to achieve, much like your goals.
- Manifesting Your Intention for the New Year – Happy New Year! with Marc Holzman: Arm balances represent strength, commitment and patience which are the same ingredients required to manifest goals. By working in increments, arm balances bakasana (crow pose) with straight arms and eka pada galavasana will be demystified. A slow warm up with hip openers, begins on the floor, then up to standing as you build, step by step, up to your peak.
- New Perspective with Stephanie Snyder: Whether its a new year, new day or new moment, let the practice change your perspective to shift the challenge and enhance the beauty. Enjoy an all around flow with an emphasis on standing balances like natarajasana (dancer). See things differently as you go upside down with tripod headstand (with options to modify) along with urdvha danurasana. Cool down with pigeon, hanumanasana, janu sirsasana and a twist.
- Time to Remember with Steven Espinosa: Although the New Year is traditionally a time for looking toward the future, it is also important to take time to remember all of our personal growth during this past year in order to step fully forward into the New Year. This all around class is a perfect way to do that.