Need to take a chill pill? This practice was inspired by a frustrating day. I took a time out from battling with external factors to refocus on what is actually in my control (me) and what truly matters (love). This sequence is suitable for yogis of all levels of experience, especially on days when we have rather low energy and stamina.
- Alignment-Based Yoga
- Daily Stretching
- Dia de los Muertos
- Good Morning
- Level 2
- Seated Practice
- Vinyasa Flow
- Vinyasa Practice
- Yoga Every Day
This is a fun set of postures and transitions that focus mostly on the spine through twists and backbends. To warm up for this class, I suggest watching 'The Yogi Chill Pill', another 10-15 long practice to calm your system and ease into the body before more dynamic movements.
This sequence of ground stretches and fluid transitions offers a gentle and friendly way to connect with your body, mind and breath. Filmed at Windansea in La Jolla with my dear friend and fellow teacher, Alyx Walkinshaw of @Walkinwonder, this class also features beautiful sitar music played by Andrew Bones. Enjoy the natural rhythm of your breath, let in, let go and let love rule.
Because we are alive and in control of our precious bodies, I created a ten day yoga challenge on Instagram (@susanaurbanyogi) to move our bones and raise our spirits! This spooky sequence of postures instructed with all-levels variations.
Día De Los Vivos Photoshoot
This video was shot with the help of local San Diego Artist, T. Brian Jones. His backyard was decorated for a Halloween party and we thought we'd double dip on that amazing effort. Below are some headshots and other photos he took during the video shoot. Thanks, B!!