Creating Internal Lightness

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
4.73077
Average: 4.7 (182 votes)
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Duration:
58
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49

In this all levels hour long flow class, you will explore how the elusive mula bandha can be practiced and incorporated into all the poses of your yoga practice. Not only will practicing mula bandha help to create lightness and ease in your yoga practice, learning to access and tone the pelvic floor will also support your functionality in daily life.

Equipment: Block
Style: Hatha Yoga

Comments

BlackHausAnnie 4 days ago

Loved this practice. Moving slow is my KEY to a practice that leaves me feeling like I got a thorough move of my body. When I move too quickly, I lost that connection just trying to keep up. This teacher also had a way to easily convince me to hold the poses for long without even realizing it. Lovely practice.

Fearlessmoras 1 month ago

THis was a wonderful class. My legs were a bit sore from a day of skiing, but my hips really needed this one

Archana 2 months ago

I love how Rachel lands like a butterfly on those jumps! May be one day....

nadonado 4 months ago

Great class, strong internal muscle control. Looks so easy but so much work. Thank you

mromero 6 months ago

I keep coming back to this class and every time is a new experience! It always drive my mind-body connection deeper every time!

Hayley81 10 months ago

Fab routine, although it's tough ones like this that I regret having a body with a left and right side. Certainly going to feel this tomorrow :)

Thanks Rachel

Kitkatkatey 11 months ago

Wow. Deep and challenging work, much of which was new to me.

Excellent instruction and a really nice pace.

Thank you

jbencke 11 months ago

I often feel, in longer classes, mentally tired at the end. Too many different poses and flows and not enough repetition means that my mind is constantly in a place of “preparing for the next thing.” With the repetition,in this class, I was able to actually think about the position and the alignment of my limbs. Well done.