The Art of Nine

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
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Average: 4.8 (47 votes)
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12
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Tracey's 'The Art of Nine' is a dedication to the practice of surrendering. It is a powerful flow that repeats, taking you in and out of prostration, nine times. It's a yoga practice that is designed to help you move out of the looping of your thoughts, the automatic patterns of your behavior, with an intent to change them. The deep bow, or prostration, is called Danda Pranam and you can do it anywhere and at any time of the day.

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

TTucker 2 weeks ago

Incredible. I so needed this! Absolutely perfect for clearing the mind.

Tracey Noseworthy 2 weeks ago

Wonderful to hear!! It is the perfect choice for slowing down and clearing the mind. Enjoy!

mexitalian 11 months ago

A new favourite, such an excellent compliment to my morning seated meditation.
Didn't realise how much of a difference postration would make to my inner feeling.
Wonderful moving meditation, thank you Tracey. Namaste.

sng4ever 1 year ago

I could play this over and overagain.
Clearsmy mind.

Manjusri 1 year ago

I practise this one regularly, sometimes before or after a shorter practice, other times as a break from my desk when my head needs emptying and my body needs some rhythm and stretch. It's a gem. ( This morning I combined with Love, Love, Love flow...gorgeous). Thank you so much.

Druidcat497 1 year ago

I was not in a good place this morning and did not want to continue my day in such a negative space. This short, yet effective, practice helped immensely. I am feeling more grounded and content. Things happen beyond our control but we do not need to allow them to control us. This broke the control and gave it back to me. Thank you, Tracey!

ama1031 1 year ago

The sound of Tracey's voice is so peaceful and safe. I have done this practice a few time and simply adore the peacefulness of it. The flow is perfect. The guidance makes it so you can pretty much do the class with your eyes close, it brings you in, helps to ground and center. I feel like a big giant hug is taking place while doing the practice. Thank you, Tracey, Namaste.