Altered Perspective

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
Average: 4.9 (179 votes)
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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/Power Yoga, Yoga for Athletes


jerihans 2 years ago

I used to think Tracey's classes were beyond my reach. This resilience challenge has "forced" me to take many of her classes. It was a surprise to me that I have been able to participate in the whole class each time, though of course I have to take many of the modifications she offers or decline to move to the more difficult versions offered. I must have taken a really hard class to have formed that impression. This class, in particular, had great twists. All of Tracey's classes I've taken during this challenge have had great instruction and encouragement. Thanks!

Jcurell 2 years ago

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

hfortune 2 years ago

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

alesia55 2 years ago

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

JennS 2 years ago

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

duroc017 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years ago

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

sheppard5507 2 years 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.