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Ashtanga Yoga Half Primary Series

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90 min guided Half Primary Series up until Navasana in the traditional Sanskrit Vinyasa Count live on Zoom

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Class description:

This class is a 90 min guided Half Primary Series up until Navasana in the traditional Sanskrit Vinyasa Count. Get ready to sweat and challenge the concept of who you think you are and what you think you can do! This class will strengthen and stretch your entire body and mind and leave you feeling clear, calm and centered.

It is recommended to have some experience in Ashtanga Yoga before joining this class. If you have never practice Ashtanga Yoga before, please join a few Easy Ashtanga Yoga classes (Mondays 10:00-11:00) to gain some experience before joining the Half Primary Class on Sunday.


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What is Ashtanga Yoga?

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a powerful, challenging and highly transformative yoga practice, both physically and mentally, which makes it one of the most popular yoga styles in the world.

The synchronization of breath and movement builds up to a meditative flow. The poses of the Ashtanga Yoga sequence not only strengthen and stretch the entire body, they also improve digestion, strengthen the immune system and train the nervous system. Through regular practice, we gain more stress resistance, better immune defense, mental and emotional balance and a body that feels strong, fit and healthy.


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About the instructor:

Kerstin Pasterk is an Ashtanga Yoga practitioner with more than six years experience and practice in the Ashtanga Yoga system. Learn more about her on her website: www.butfirstyoga.com on social media (Instagram/Facebook: @kerstinashtanga) and on her YouTube Channel "Kerstin Ashtanga":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT609I8OlCs

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