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  • Rainbow Vinyasa Purple(5): Transcendence23:40
    Rainbow Vinyasa Purple(5): Transcendence

    Liz Lark

    A Yin Yang yoga flow, a Vinyasa yoga flow that takes us into transcendence. An advanced class which rises to wheel variations, followed by the peak poses of headstand and handstand. The class ends with breath work integration practices and a short meditation.



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  • Dawn Vinyasa: Emerging Metamorphosis36:23
    Dawn Vinyasa: Emerging Metamorphosis

    Liz Lark

    This strong, intermediate vinyasa practice is great to get you started in your day and emerge renewed. With a focus on stretching and strengthening the side body with side plank variations, moving through vinyasa to standing stretches, and moving into headstand variations, it is a great way to emerge, refreshed and renewed into your day.



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  • Feisty Vinyasa: Exploring butterfly31:51
    Feisty Vinyasa: Exploring butterfly

    Liz Lark

    Exploring the butterfly theme. An adventurous, advanced vinyasa class which opens up the shoulders, chest and features backbends as well as balances. We recommend that you're already warmed up and ready to go, and the class flows swiftly into challenging poses and sequences. You'll need to finish the class with a long relaxation, so do go ahead and pick a relaxation class for afterwards. Expect variations on inversions and backbends and prepare to explore the transitioning butterfly.



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  •  Balancing of the Seasons32:58
    Balancing of the Seasons

    Liz Lark

    An intermediate class to balance into the seasons. Some shoulder releases and then heat-inducing core warm ups prepare the body for a short yoga class including forearm balance, headstand with headstand variations, some vinyasa to lengthen and strengthen and then shoulderstand variations. Finished off beautifully with a lovely, long, nourishing relaxation. Perfect yin and yang sequencing featuring balances to balance seasonal fluctuations.



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