Altered Perspective

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
4.865855
Average: 4.9 (164 votes)
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Duration:
42
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05

A 'Point of View’ or ‘A Frame of Mind’ or ‘A Standpoint’ is the same as our perspective. In this power yoga class, Tracey challenges your viewpoint with an eyes-open practice based on free flowing movement around your mat. It gives a lot of attention to shoulders, heart openers, hips and forward folds. Offer yourself the gift of seeing something differently today!

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga for Athletes

Comments

Jcurell 1 year ago

I really liked the emphasis on perspective today, having just returned from the Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg. Great timing!

hfortune 1 year ago

Just right. Trying to keep my eyes open the whole time is definitely a shift of perspective.

alesia55 1 year ago

Should have watched this one before I did it! Got lost a couple of times, but managed to find my way back.

JennS 1 year ago

I really like this class - so fluid and meditative and leaves me feeling calm.

duroc017 1 year ago

This practice feels gentle and beautiful, especially on this day which was a rare sunny winter day in Seattle. Gazing out the windows and around the abnormally illuminated room felt amazing and very appropriate to the theme of this practice. Perhaps a good omen?

saradi 1 year ago

Great class! First time I ever did Camel starting from the ground up and I think I gained a deeper understanding of the extension of the back! Thank you!

minus 1 year ago

Not the right day for yoga.
Body said NO in a loud and clear voice.
But tomorrow is another class...

sheppard5507 1 year ago

This practice offered a few challenges that were fun to try. I also didn’t realize how often I close my eyes during practice until Tracey pointed out not to close the eyes several times. Thank you Tracey.

Beli 1 year ago

This is not the first time I’ve done this class, but I always find something new that I love. This time, being close to the end of the challenge, I felt much more focused and able to concentrate. Will do it many more times.