In this Yoga by Paige beginner to intermediate yoga video, we get right into some deep movement to promote the heart rate and blood flow and tap into both the strength and flexibility of the entire body.
One of the biggest takeaways from our training in December is that no matter what it is you’re creating, consistency is key. So, without fail, I’ve met my personal deadlines of posting weekly and with an eye to share, teach, or provide value to all of you. Out of this, a few opportunities have come my way. The YBC team reached out to collaborate! I was sent their quarterly winter YBC Mantra Box® to review and enjoy and now I get to share it with you!
In this Yoga by Paige intermediate yoga video, we'll actively work on strengthening our legs and butt by linking standing yoga poses during our flow. Use this flow to help build strengthen one-leg standing poses and to increase hip stability.
In this Yoga by Paige intermediate yoga video, we'll spend time twisting in various poses to help lengthen the lower back, promote digestion, and find space in an otherwise tight area of our body. For a little fun, I've added in a sweep hop option if you are working toward building handstand strength as well. If you often find yourself with a tight lower back, this video is for you!
I previously shared my Sun Salutation A flow as a way to foster the connection with our breath, mind, and body. These repetitive movements allow us to get out of our heads and into the sensations in our body. As a result we feel more deeply connected to our intuition. We also begin to express our needs more clearly because we know them more intimately.
To this day, in every.single.class that I teach, I use some form of Sun Salutation at the beginning of class to help my students step into the space of their practice, set their intentions, and feel—it also acts as a way to tune in to the body while tuning out everything else that is going on. Come, practice with me; deepen and connect. Follow along with my Sun Salutation HERE.
With the end of 2018 fast approaching, reflecting on the year helps me to anchor in accomplishment and gratitude. It’s been a damn good year with the realization of many goals and dreams. My yoga intentions for 2018 were to spend more time developing a stronger yoga community, to find a home studio, and to create balance between teaching yoga and a full-time career. Read on for my 2019 intentions…
Welcome to the beginning of our #YBP blog! Most yoga teachers I know are living the grind and we do it because we love being in service to our community and facilitating growth within our students—I know that’s why I keep such a busy schedule on top of a full-time day job.
I’ve created this space to share snippets of inspiration, yoga musings, and practice offerings. I’m so glad you’re here sharing the journey. I wouldn’t be here without you. Read about the first lit under my buns after attending Yoga by Candace’s business training.