Back to Yoga Basics: Beginner Standing Yoga Flow

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And we're back yogis, with another opportunity to start, deepen, or fine tune your yoga practice through movement, breath, and connection! Feel good about landing your beautiful self here, it's the right space to be.

Today's back to yoga basics class is all about Standing Postures.

In the yoga world, standing postures symbolize movements/shapes that we do while standing (as in not sitting or lying down). I know, obvious definition, right. But for a beginner yogi, it's important to make these distinctions so that the culture, practice and world of yoga is easier to understand, soften into, and feel like you belong.

We will incorporate the postures + movements from last week's class (Beginner Hatha Flow - https://youtu.be/FtLB5vlZk4I) and layer on strong, standing yoga postures + movements. You can expect yoga postures like:

*Warrior 1
*Warrior 2
*Side angle pose
*Goddess pose
*Triangle pose
*Pyramid pose
*Chair pose

.....and half sun salutations to start the journey of a vinyasa flow practice (combined movement + breath).

Now with all of that said, let's unroll our yoga mats, embody the strong person we already are, and begin/continue to live our journey!

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