Teacher: Courtney Yezzi
For this opportunity to offer guidance on the path of yoga, I am filled with gratitude. From this space of gratitude, I would like to give three thanks.
To my shining spirit and the shining spirits of others who I will meet on this path. May our hearts beat joyfully together as we journey forward.
To my family for offering constant encouragement as I found yoga and throughout all my life transitions that come from inward listening.
To my teachers with lights that shine so brightly I can see and feel them when I close my eyes.
I promise to offer what I authentically am today and each day moving forward to grow, as we all grow, with many blessings.
Parivrtta Parsvakonasana. Revolved side angle pose will improve your sense of balance, digestion and also aids elimination. Stretches all parts of the lower body plus the spine, chest, lungs and shoulders.
Urdhva Dhanurasana. Also known as full wheel pose, this asana will expand your chest and shoulders and stretches your hip flexors and core musculature.