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Wed Oct 28 at 08:30 pm EST
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English
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About This Class
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English
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Description
In this class we will move with our breath to create a moving meditation. The spine is the focus, and we will move the spine in ALL of the directions it is meant to be moved. Modifications will be offered, allowing you to create the class that your body needs today. Each class will offer a warm-up, the ability to generate heat in the body, and will build strength, flexibility, and endurance of both body and mind.
Class Details and Calendar
Class Details
  • Recorded :
    Wed Oct 28 at 08:30 pm EST
  • Total :
    1 Session(s)
  • Remaining :
    0 Session(s)
  • Max attendees :
    5,000
Class Schedule
Session Name
Start Date
Vinyasa Flow
60 Minute Session
Wed Oct 28 at 07:30 pm EST
About Creator
Sara first discovered yoga in 1999 and felt an immediate connection. However, life has a way of interfering, and her practice remained sporadic until the birth of her third child. One day, she stumbled upon an Ashtanga yoga class, and the rest, they say, was written in the stars. Sara was hooked on the flow, the breath, and the community, and began to develop a regular practice. When her teacher moved away, Sara was determined to continue her journey and found Sara Turk in Spring, TX. She has since studied yoga with Sara, her primary teacher, for the last six years, maintaining her practice even as her children grew, her job demanded travel, and her own internal journey has unfolded. She loves the ability to lose herself in the familiarity of the Ashtanga practice, but also enjoys the creativity and spontaneity of Vinyasa Flow. Her teaching is guided by breath and she is influenced by her teachers Sara Turk and Andrew Eppler. When Sara is not practicing yoga, you can find her spending time with her family and dogs, learning about the latest scientific discoveries, or trying to concoct a vegan dinner that will please the pickiest of palates.