Maintaining Center, Finding Balance

Ron Stewart
Instructor Ron Stewart
Average: 4.9 (11 votes)
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In this hatha flow yoga class with Ron, we will connect movement to breath and practice yin and yang polarities which help us to measure ease and effort in our practice while we explore the sweet spot in single leg balances.

This can either be done as a stand-alone class or as Day 10 of Total Body Flexibility And Health 14-Day Yoga Challenge For Men.

Maintaining Center, Finding Balance Playlist (to be played with the class)

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Equipment: Bolster, Chair
Style: Hatha Yoga


Mapwill 4 months ago

Ron your class was so helpful actually all your classes have help me to move forward with better reaches and balance .
thank you

PianoWire 4 months ago

Great class, Ron. I liked the fun balances and a little exertion with very few contortions that were beyond my range of motion. As a bonus, your calming manner made down dog, my least favorite pose, feel better than usual. More like this, please!

SMZalokar 4 months ago

Another great class. Those twists and infinity hips are just right for me today, thank you!

sng4ever 4 months ago

I was so , so happy to see Ron was doing some of the practices for the challenge.
Ron is such a great teacher/guide for yoga and I always enjoy how he can be fluid and ok with being unstable in poses.
It allows all of us to be "ok" with whatever yoga gives us, or not.

This is a nice balancing class / practice for any level.

dukegal1213 5 months ago

Love the focus on balances. I like the pace of this class, too. Thanks, Ron!

MaryRose Metcalfe 5 months ago

Thanks Ron for the great tips on one-leg poses. I am still struggling with these but it's coming along. I find that if I just become more relaxed, I can balance better. I sometimes make sure I am near a wall and use an index finger on the wall for balance and then gradually move that finger off the wall.