Flowing Slowly with Your Breath

Guy Friswell
Instructor Guy Friswell
5
Average: 5 (12 votes)
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Duration:
45
:
05

This class will help you learn to move in harmony with your breath. Starting with a short meditation, Guy guides you through sun salutations, balancing and standing poses, then seated and reclining poses. You will leave feeling calm, centered, and ready to take on the rest of your day.

Equipment: Block
Style: Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Seniors

Comments

Peaceful flow
mjcolbo 2 days ago

Thank you so much. I love this flow. So much that I was inspired to use some of your sequence in my morning beginners class.
Look forward to seeing more like this.

Kudos
unclejuice19 3 days ago

As an 'older' yogi, I appreciate the slow, deliberate movement you encourage. These ol' bones need time to react to movement and in other practices I was constantly behind because I couldn't keep pace. I will now look at your other videos although this one is earmarked for return. Thank you Guy.

This was a lovely stretch and
PeacefulRN 4 days ago

This was a lovely stretch and a gentle way to move and honor my body. Thank you, Guy!

With Gratitude
Heather66 1 week ago

What an absolutely lovely practice Guy. Love slow flows.

Love that you love slow flows
Guy Friswell 1 week ago

Love that you love slow flows!
Hoping to have more available in the coming months.

Thank you.
Henrieke 1 week ago

Dear Guy,

I really enjoyed this yoga class with you. Thank you for sharing.

Greetings from Berlin, Germany.

Henrieke

Thank you for practicing with
Guy Friswell 1 week ago

Thank you for practicing with me!
And greetings back to you from Victoria, BC, Canada,
Guy

Monkey Offering Fruit
percevial0815 1 week ago

Say what? Monkey offering fruit? I’ve never done that asana or is it a motion? I don’t know, but I liked the way it felt.

Source of the Monkey Movement
Guy Friswell 1 week ago

Hi there -- glad you liked the movement. The name came from a martial arts discipline -- not sure which -- I've got a student that's studied martial arts for his whole life and I'd see him doing these kinds of things before class. I got together with him a few times and have incorporated some of those movements into my flow. This movement is also similar to one used in the Vinyasa Krama method -- there's a shoulder-opening sequence near the beginning of a typical VK practice that's like this. Keep it playful and all the best! Guy

Simply beautiful, thank you
nipper 2 weeks ago

Simply beautiful, thank you Guy