This level 2, 30-minute, Power Vinyasa class from Lauren Eckstrom focuses on external rotation with an emphasis on opening the hips and "getting into the body". Hips are a common area for maintaining stress and tension, Flexibility of the hip is the basis of yoga practice. Peak postures - Chapasana and Bakasana. Chapasana is a variation of the Crescent Floor, which is a balancing yoga posture and an asymmetric feedback. Subsequently, he suggests stretching the back and hips, and also helps practitioners achieve a better balance. Bakasana, or Crane Pose, is a complex pose that looks like the beginning of a handstand! The knees rest on the back of the shoulders; The pose strengthens the wrist, forearms and abdomen, improving balance. This Level 2, 30-minute, Power Vinyasa class by Lauren Eckstrom focuses on external movement with an emphasis on opening the hips and "getting into the seat of the body." on hip flexibility. Peak poses are Chapasana and Bakasana. Chapasana is a variation of Half Moon Pose that is both a balancing yoga posture and an asymmetrical backbend. It subsequently offers stretching of the back and hips in addition to helping practitioners to achieve better balance. Bakasana, or Crane Pose, is a challenging posture that looks like the beginnings of a handstand! Knees rest on the back of the upper arms; the posture strengthens the wrist, forearms, and abdomen while improving balance.
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