Step Out Of Your Yoga Comfort Zone

This week one-week long yoga challenge is meant to be a tool to grow and transform and help you to step out of your "yoga" comfort zone. 
If you are not a yogi that are trying out new classes and teachers regularly, this might be challenging but at the same time super rewarding. 
In seven days you will try six teachers and five different styles of yoga.

“When was the last time you did something for the first time.” Anonymous

 

Step Out Of Your Yoga Comfort Zone

Week 1

Slow Strength

Fast is easy. Slow is not. Build strength through slow movements in this 45-, minute "Power Hour" and learn to move into postures, not through them!

Lower Body Love

We often think of a vinyasa class having a lot of focus on upper body strength. Well, get ready to bring the attention to your legs. From balancing to strengthening sequences, the next 40 minutes will be all about making your legs shake (in a good way).

Yin Hips

Need some time for your hips? Then this short but intense yin class is for you. It's said that we store a lot of emotions in our hips, take 30 minutes to open up and relax this area.
yoga ashtanga up dog

Ashtanga Vinyasa Intro

This class is an introduction to Ashtanga yoga, so if you're new and want to learn the fundamentals, this class is a great start. Sofia will touch on three parts of the eight limbs of yoga: Asana (posture), Pranayama (control of breath) and a little bit of meditation (Dhyana). 

Varying Variations

Sometimes our practice can feel a little too bland or predictable, try adding variations to spice things up. This flow is full of different poses to work with, use your imagination and allow your body to feel and experiment.  

En-light-enment

Too many thoughts and worries and too much information can make us feel heavy and cloud our minds. This is a short sequence devoted to the element of air to invigorate and en-lighten us.


Back to Balance - With Pranayama

A mixture of breathing techniques to balance your nervous system, your brain and your energy. Accessible to all.


We start with some grounding breath exercises lying on your back. Then we introduce Nadi Shodana or the Alternate Nostril Breath. This is one of the most fundamental and balancing pranayama techniques.


The class ends with Brahmari (the bee) pranayama, soothing and calming.