Spinal Care for Beginners

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Instructor Anastasia Hangemanole
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Average: 4.8 (173 votes)
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Our beginner series ends with a class that will send you off into the yoga world with gusto and all of the tools that you need to practice safely and effectively in whatever class you do. Anastasia works you harder in this full-length class, while also taking you through some nice back and hip releases.

Equipment: Block
Style: Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Runners, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Strength, Yoga for Back Care

Comments

Thank you Anastasia
Rbreid73 2 years ago

30 day challenge is really enabling me to discover classes I had never done before - this being one of them. It was perfect to focus on the spine which often feels tight and knotty. the pace and range of poses really helped bring so much benefit from the practice. Thank you

Anastasia's Spinal Care for Beginners
Astrid Gervais 2 years ago

A wonderful depth to this beginner class. So nice to discover Anastasia's way of delivering what is in my opinion a top rate beginner class! Thank-you as I catch up on my 30-day challenge.

Thank you so much!
Reneediane 2 years ago

This was perfect, feel so refreshed and relaxed. Anastasia voice is so soothing to listen to and easy to follow.

Feeling very clunky. I've
conleyfwright 2 years ago

Feeling very clunky. I've been very athletic all my life, but not very flexible....thus, have not gravitated to Yoga. Now, coming back from injuries, have decided to take the 30 day challenge. And it is a challenge for me.....parts are wonderful and synchronistic, others are wobbly and clunky. I guess this is where I am now. Hopefully by day 30 I will have more grace and more space in my body. Thanks David for bringing together a great group of instructors!

some encouraging words
Anastasia Hange... 2 years ago

First, amazing that you are taking on the 30 day challenge being so new. That takes a lot of courage. My unsolicited advice is to be as loving and gentle with yourself as possible. It sounds like your body has been through a lot, and never force something. Be patient, and accept the clunkiness - trust me, even experienced yogis feel that way too sometimes. I am sure with some dedication, you will notice the changes soon :)

Wonderful -- will do again
BecRueter 2 years ago

Thank you. Missed yesterday so a wonderful Sunday morning practice!

Thank you, Ii wish I had the
v3r0nica 2 years ago

Thank you, Ii wish I had the time to start my day out with this practice every day