Pushing Your Limits

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
4.925
Average: 4.9 (80 votes)
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Duration:
43
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37

Get ready for a fun, tough class. Tracey starts with head stand, finished with shoulder stand and packs this power yoga class full of binds, power poses and deep releases. Topped off with her light, positive attitude and clear guidance, this class is perfect for all of you yoga lovers who like to jump into the occasional advanced class.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga

Comments

JudithAnne 4 years ago

My first advanced class! Who would have thought? Thank you Tracey, you are fantastic. I can't believe that I actually did 90% of the class, and I'm proud that I didn't judge myself or get discouraged because 10% was beyond me. Thanks Tracey and all at DoYogaWithMe!

SmileMore 4 years ago

Being brave, I tried my first Advanced class with Tracey. Even though I used to do all sorts of headstands and handstands as a kid, I was fearful to try the headstand. I worried about messing up my cranio alignment or hurting my neck. So I used a pillow and did the headstand against a wall. It still felt like too much pressure on the top of my skull, so I've decided this posture may not be right for me. And that's OK. Distance running was not for me. Kick boxing was not for me. ;) Live and learn! That said, I LOVED this class as I have loved all of Tracey's classes. Her flow and guidance speak to me. I look forward to the mornings and starting my day with clarity and joy. Many thanks!

JeromeBeal 4 years ago

For me as well it was my first advanced class and i really loved it. It really helped me to push my limits. Thank you Tracey, i look forward to do more classes with you.

amandag 4 years ago

People should definitely try these classes. I loved how you basically started off with headstand, a very difficult pose. That was really fun and set the stage for the rest of the class. I feel great!

Alisonb107 4 years ago

Thank you! I especially loved the shoulder stand and fish at the end, and then the singing bowls. It all went together so well. My twists felt deeper than ever before.