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Balance the Currents of Life

Intermediate III
Join Tracey and settle into the cadence, the pace and rediscover the warrior within. Through warrior poses, gentle twists, and integrated movement you will unleash your power, your strength, and your fearlessness. You’ve got this!
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SMZalokar
June 2, 2021
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Keep on swimming .... keep on swimming was going through my mind as we swam through the currents of this class together. Feeling lots of shoulder mobility. Thank you!

Xiaoai
May 19, 2021
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Hi Tracey, I love all your classes, but in this particular one, I just want to praise your voice. It's so calm and soothing. Thank you so much! Namaste from Singapore.

emhenry
May 9, 2021
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My second Tracey class in a week and it feels goood! Thank you so much for another unique flow! xxx

mcipher
April 20, 2021
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This was challenging for my sedentary COVID body but it was also a lot of fun and a great stretch. I modified where I needed and will return to this — and hopefully see some strength coming back soon!

Krwestbrook19@gmail.com
April 19, 2021
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Wowza! I’m just starting to ease back into practice and this is the way to hook me. Excellent class! Clear instructions, encouragement right when things are starting to burn, and interesting flows made this a home run. I got the subscription during the COVID offer and I must say, it was worth it. I feel great, thank you!

starflower
April 8, 2021
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What an absolutely beautiful practice and teacher! Thank you so much, Tracey <3

kimchi
April 7, 2021
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Thank you Tracey, I needed a good stretch and this class delivered.

jackialice
April 6, 2021
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thanks tracey for another wonderful practice! i have been doing your classes for years and today while doing this one something occurred to me: when you say "root your tail/tailbone", i don't actually know what that means. i understand rooting through a part of the body that is touching the ground (hands/feet), and i understand when you say "extend your tailbone"...but how does one root a tailbone? THANKS!

Fiji McAlpine
April 6, 2021
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Tracey is such a great teacher! Yes another great class. I will double check with Tracey on this question, but I think she means draw the tailbone under, or a bit of a pelvic tilt. There is a tendency to create a subtle backbend in our lower back in many poses, rooting the tailbone down towards the ground would bring the lower back into a more neutral position.

Fiji

Paulette9
March 23, 2021
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What an incredible class!!! I love your choice of poses - very creative. They flowed so well into each other! I loved the pace of the class and your soothing voice. Thank you again for another "downloaded" class!!

lesliekyle
March 23, 2021
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Thank you this is a wonderful class and you guide us so gently through the poses. I look forward to more of your classes.

LindsayC608
March 23, 2021
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I did this practice in the morning right after I got up, and it was so invigorating and perfectly paced. I was so engaged with the flows, I forgot to turn my music on. Thank you, Tracey, for the twists and gentle cues and encouragement.

angflores123
March 19, 2021
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Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, Tracey! I have been in search of a deep twist to help the sides of my shoulder blade or scapula. Since I have been working on my own practices in yoga, I have been suffering from deep knots between my rhomboids and scapula. This practice was perfect for me! My back felt more relived and the right side of my body (the tight side) felt more open! I love your classes and your flow of energy SO SO SO much. I have to say it 3 TIMES!

Annica Brinck
March 18, 2021
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I have been a frequent visitor to the free DYWM classes for years, Tracy is my absolute favorite teacher and wanting to do this class was what finally tipped me over the edge. Now a proud subscriber and OH YESSS this alone was worth it. These last couple of months I haven't done as much yoga as I would normally want (and need) but this hour really made my body come ALIVE again. Pure bliss. Thank you <3

ancoracora
March 18, 2021
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thank you for acknowledging how difficult it's been. especially this past week ive been so tired of it all, by far the most difficult time for me during this pandemic. what you said in the beginning of the practice and during really spoke to me. i wonder how much wisdom i need to build to have enough equanimity and resilience because sometimes there simply seem to be no limits to what we must endure. its also the loneliness that amplifies everything tenfold. thank God (what ever that may mean) for the creators out there who share their wisdom with the world. and thank God for YOGA.