In this edition of the Bear Basics, we turn the camera to HD while you can catch the livestream at the Broz Fitness YouTube Channel. I move us through a vinyasa intended to cultivate a sense of building on the beginning movements we have been moving through the last few sessions. I move us into more difficult poses today including pyramid pose and half-moon pose.
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This class is unlike the last few we’ve been moving through where I’ve placed an emphasis on working out. Today’s class was almost entirely yoga, a follow-up from the bedtime class where I had us lifting. Moreover, getting into more complex movements may not be appropriate for everyone, and that’s okay. Find variations based on what we move through.
In this class we move through:
- Seated Eagle Arms;
- Seated Cat Cow;
- Seated Twist;
- Sun A;
- Sun B;
- Extended Side Angle;
- ;Revolved Side Angle;
- Prasarita Padottanasana;
- Triangle Pose;
- Pyramid Pose;
- Half Moon;
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