Let it Fall Away

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
Average: 4.9 (31 votes)
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Unwind, turn inward and together we will discover a little more about ourselves. In this power yoga practice with Tracey, we move through hip openers, honor the relationship between our hips and hamstrings, and playfully unlock the habitual layers of movement.

Equipment: None
Style: Power Yoga, Vinyasa/Power Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety/Stress, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Runners, Yoga for Strength


ADavis1984 4 days ago

Thank you Tracey- you are teaching me the subtly of how to release and reach simultaneously.

JULIEANNE 1 month ago

I always love your classes. Encouraging, supportive and you have a lovely smile.
I'll keep coming back to this. Thank you

hollysansone 1 month ago

A sweetly-paced, challenging, and lovingly guided class. The transitions into some of these postures were novel and fun! I felt strong, safe, and interested while navigating through this practice. During the savasana at the end I was buzzing with energy and deeply sinking into the earth. 11/10. Thank you, Tracey

sng4ever 1 month ago

What an interesting practice and again, Tracey is such a wonderful teacher/guide for this practice.
You will move various part s of your body and have fun with , what I call, a peak pose.
The short savasana (corpse) pose at the end feels delightful after this practice.

Paulette9 1 month ago

I love everything about this class- the flow, the poses and of course Tracey's enlightening words! I love the twist from kneeling posture (which I have never done before) and I love how you got us into fire log pose! Thanks for another wonderful class - which I will be downloading right now!!! Love you Tracey!!

duroc017 1 month ago

I am singing "Another Great One From Tracey" to the tune of "Another One Bites The Dust" to myself in my head after this lovely practice. Hehe. Blessings!

Cchick45 1 month ago

I really enjoyed this class. I always love your classes Tracey. So balanced and gentle, yet challenging. One thing I might suggest is that you say "for me" - as in "do this for me" quite often. But we shouldn't be doing anything for you really right? Just for ourselves. Or to whomever we are dedicating our practice. Just food for thought. Wonderful practice as always.