Working with Transition and Change

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
4.92424
Average: 4.9 (132 votes)
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Duration:
51
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If you are looking for a power yoga class that is really hard, but in a good way, do this one. Tracey takes you through a really fun flow that keeps you on your toes, mixed with deep stretches for the hip flexors (thighs), hamstrings, lower back and groin, along with poses with arm binds and lots of foot balances. You will love this class!

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

duroc017 6 days ago

This felt so wonderful, and the time just flew by. Even though I'm not dealing with much transitions or change at the present time, this practice helped in some ways to process change/transitions that I perhaps had not had the chance to think about. Much needed.

Daniela82 1 month ago

Wow, this was a tough but really rewarding class! I enjoyed it so much I am already looking forward to doing it again... It was also my first advanced class so I feel chuffed that I could complete it. Thank you Tracey: your classes are amazing!

kstone 4 months ago

I've practice this at least one hundred times and realized I have not commented !! It offers so much beyond the physical. Reminding me to be held is always like coming home :)

PattyRoma 4 months ago

Such a great class! Rewarding and relaxing. Thank you Tracey!

DaniKiss 4 months ago

Definitely one of my favorite classes of yours, Tracey. Thank you so so much. Beautiful flow. Namaste

Paulette9 5 months ago

Tracey, just when I thought that your classes could not get more ahhhhhmazing - along comes this class!!!!! You included so many wonderful poses (some which I had not done before), so many beautiful words and the music is a lovely touch! Thank you so much for giving us such a wonderful class for transition and change!! I can truly feel the space within me!!!

RuthNangeroni 1 year ago

Dear Tracy, Thank you for this wonder-full, healing flow. It has such a lovely pace with space for letting go.

My right wrist does not respond well to bow pose though the rest of my self loves it. My wrist is exhibiting pain when I come out of the pose. Do you have any suggestions? Much love and gratitude to you(all)!!

Hi Ruth, Thank-you for your question about the wrists. In my experience wrist pain following a posture, usually means there is something misplaced inside the shape. I would suggest warming the body, and taking a little extra care of the wrists with some simple wrist stretches, and even variations of flipping the hands upside down to stretch the forearms a little. Core is also very beneficial to take pressure off of the wrists and direct it toward stronger areas in our body. Finally inside bow pose itself, you could try a strap and warp it around your ankles and use your hands on the strap instead, to decrease the pressure or even the wrist rotation. I hope that helps, and keep practicing. Om Namaste

scroggleggs 1 year ago

One of the most beautiful, satisfying practices I've done in a while. Ever so sweet.

PeacefulRN 1 year ago

10/11/18 Nicely paced, deep stretches, plenty of modifications offered. Thank you!