On Schedule

Monday, March 18, 2019 @ 5:00 am - Tuesday, March 19, 2019 @ 12:30 pm
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This is a great event for beginners of Viyasa Flow which introduces a new framework for understanding individual and collective well-being.
Free

Practice with attention and intention. Our signature Yoga classes blend precision in alignment with breath awareness and fluid movement for a balanced practice. These classes typically move through a warm-up and Sun Salutations into strategically sequenced postures, working toward a particular peak pose or targeting a specific body part. Come prepared to learn how to move your body skillfully and safely on the mat. You’ll leave these classes feeling like you got a satisfying workout for both your body and your mind.

Perhaps the most popular style practiced in the West, these classes keep you moving! You’ll flow continuously through strong sequences of traditional Sun Salutations and standing postures, linking breath with movement and work to build strength and endurance as you push the edge of your balance and flexibility. In Sanskrit vinyasa means “to place in a special way,” and that informs the graceful dance that is a well-planned vinyasa sequence. When you hit that sweet spot and the endorphins kick in, a pushup suddenly becomes an exercise in weightlessness—you glide, you float, you sail into a blissful final relaxation. Now you get the hype, right?

Organizers

With a tireless focus on logistics and an obsessive attention to detail, we ensure a seamless and well-executed event so you can focus on what is important.

Venue

Our space is designed for luxury and privacy, an exclusive club for inventors and innovators. Approximately 1,000 sq/ft of indoor space and a large outdoor patio. Set on two acres of land in Palo Alto with immaculately manicured gardens and easy indoor/outdoor access...
3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129, USA

Performers

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