Ebb n' Flow Yoga Community Inspiration features submissions by our beloved community. Although a common association with yoga today is an image of a hyper flexible, ballerina-body female, this practice was once exclusively for men. Check out about Kevin's experience as he shares the difference found in yoga.
Graduation season has got me thinking about knowledge, wisdom and advice. Then I realize, all the best nuggets were ones that were the ones within me all along.
With that frame, some members of our team offer wisdom to their former selves in this collectively written letter. Through our personal reflections, we hope there's something for you. It's all yoga.
Crow pose. What comes to mind when the instructor invites the class into crow? Maybe the first thought is, "Oh $h!#!" Understandably so. Crow pose can be intimidating for many yogis. Maybe you think, "My arms are too weak." Or maybe a little light within you rejoices since you have visibly improved your expression of crow. Undoubtedly, there is a spectrum of relationships yogis have with their crow pose.
Ebb n' Flow Yoga Community Inspiration features submissions by our beloved community. In this piece, Rick Nagengast shares his one-month journey of practicing yoga and the benefits he has already reaped. To quote Rick, "Just try it out!"
Ebb n' Flow Yoga Community Inspiration features submissions by our beloved community. In this piece, Peter Kline shares about his yoga journey and invites other men to reap the many benefits of this practice.
The aerial silk swing - looped fabric that freely swivels from a single point - can guide your yoga journey in creative, unexpected ways. The silk offers you new insights on your unique alignment, deepen your stretch and inversions in a safe way, as well as add an element of fun and flight.
Ebb n' Flow Yoga's aerial classes are no cirque du soleil show. Rather, we see these silk swings as a yogi's best friend - trustworthy, supportive, and honest. In this video, studio owner, Kim, demonstrates how the silk swings can support downward facing dog and two variation of three legged dog. So accessible, right? Can't wait to see you in our next aerial class!