Clarity and Confidence Flow

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
Average: 5 (102 votes)
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This yoga class with Tracey is a flow-based practice which challenges the body and the mind to slow down, to move underneath the breath cycles and to center the mind toward balance. Building upon repetition and establishing muscle memory, you will experience the ease and the playfulness that come as you slide further beyond the layers of distraction. It borders on being advanced, due to the challenging sequencing.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga


freshang23 2 years ago

Three of my four kids and the dog came onto my mat during this class and I still finished with a deep sense of calm and clarity. Wonderful addition to the DYWM collection! Thank you!

Melanie Lichtinger 2 years ago

Back to the mat - and once again, a new approach, and new sequences.
So calm, re-aligned , and lengthened now.
Loving this and many other classes taught by Tracey.

Paulette9 2 years ago

Thank you, Tracy for a wonderful new class! As always, your words are so inspiring. This class is a great blend of challenge and ease of flow. Very exciting! And, by the way, you look very beautiful!

PeacefulRN 2 years ago

Joining the chorus of "Hooray for a new Tracey class!"
Another goodie from Tracey - gently challenging ( 2 legged downward dog?!!) with plenty of opportunity to focus on the breath and observe what's happening in the body. Great stretch for the hip flexors and shoulders, and a most beautiful transition into a delicious savasana. Thank you Tracey and DYWM!

Denise3 2 years ago

You know it is a great day when you roll out your mat and discover a new class with Tracey! This class with challenging balance poses and beautiful stretches will become one of my go to classes. Thank you!

stephmary 2 years ago

Just made my day to find a new class of wonderful Tracey.
Thank you!

LucyHB 2 years ago

Hooray - a new class from Tracey! Always a treat. This is a wonderful class, calming and challenging at the same time. I needed to pay full attention to avoid falling over in a couple of those arm/leg reaches. Lovely for calming the monkey brain. Thank you!