Ashley Galvin – Building Balance ; Standing Postures

Ashley Galvin – Building Balance ; Standing Postures
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Balance is not something we find; it is something we cultivate.
Building balance requires strength, stability, flexibility, and engagement. This series helps to develop these elements so you can express them physically in postures and movement while practicing patience and awareness to instill balance mentally in your daily life.

Each of the six classes in this series are designed to help you build balance in a different way. The two 15-20 minute classes build a solid foundation of balance by establishing your drishti (gaze or focus point), breaking down balance postures and their progressions, and playing with pose-to-pose transitions. The two 30-minute classes dive deep into the strength and flexibility components of balance. The Strength class focuses on isolation, engagement, and repetitions, while Flexibility explores deep stretches and long holds. The two 45-minute classes introduce balance postures in a flow-like format, allowing you to cultivate balance between poses and transitions.

This series has no inversions or arm balances, making it ideal for yogis looking to explore balance without having to go upside down.

Creating Balance Through Flexibility.mp4
Creating Balance Through Strength.mp4
Find Your Focus.mp4
Link & Connect.mp4
Riding The Wave.mp4
Stand Your Ground Flow.mp4

Level: Moderate
Props: None

Container: MP4
Video; x264 [email protected]; 1280*720 (16:9); 1700 kbps; 23.976 fps
Audio; aac; 160 kbps; 2 ch; 48.0 Khz

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