Earlybird flow yoga course
“Make a positive start to your day with Albany Yoga’s new earlybird flow yoga course
FLOW YOGA COURSE an introduction at Albany yoga room, flow yoga is made accessible to (almost) everyone. You don’t need to be super fit, or a gymnast!
The main thing to expect is the sychronization of the breath with each movement. Inhaling on one movement, exhaling on another. Different movement variations will be given to individually suit your fitness and flexibility. Breathing for meditation and relaxation will also be integrated.
With it’s emphasis on breathing, flow yoga allows us to experience improved energy levels, alertness, clarity of mind, and a relaxed sense of wellbeing. What a great way to start your day!
Over the 5 week course we aim to develop your confidence and comfort with moving and breathing ‘in the flow’ and in finding the right level of practise for you.
Is this course for you?
If you suffer from joint, spine or bone injuries or impairments that severly affect your ability to move from a standing position to a sitting, crawling, or prone position, then this course will possibly be too challenging. Please feel free to make enquiries if you are interested, but unsure.
If you are looking for a full-on adrenalin pumping work out, or stick your foot behind your ear contortions, then this course may not be challenging enough.
If you like the idea of doing a moderate amount of vigourous exercise matched to your ability, combined with breathe work and relaxation, so that you start your day refreshed and ready to go, then this course could be perfect for you.
Owen Carter has been practising yoga for 14 years, mainly in the Ashtanga yoga tradition. He has made 3 trips to India to study for extended periods, and has completed both a Yoga Alliance accredited 200 hr teacher training
His aim in teaching is to take the fundamentals from Ashtanga yoga, and Pranayama (yogic breathing) and make them accessible to everybody, through Flow yoga.
He believes that breathing to our full potential is one of the keys to good health and vitality, and that when breath and movement are combined with yoga asana, an optimal sense of wellbeing can be achieved on a physical and mental level.
come & join him for this introductory course: