When soooo much outside of us feels beyond our control we must remember that there is still sooo much within our control. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? Sign Up Form. See more of Yoga with Becky on Facebook.
I'd love to see you in a virtual or in-person class or private session soon. A few things to note: I don't burn incense during practice. The room is usually kept a bit warm. I embrace both old-school yoga techniques as well as modern movement techniques. Lets work together soon! Becky is a music-loving southern lady with very little drawl but a lot of hospitality. Her love for yoga has changed the way she approaches herself, her loved ones and the world she lives in, and she thinks it's for the better. Her classes are heavily influenced by her personal practice of Ashtanga yoga, where the asana is athletic and the movement is methodical and mindful. Becky's classes are taught from the heart, honoring the teachings that have and are still being passed down to her by her teachers, but she likes to keep it light, too. Learning to observe our own patterns and responses is immensely deep work, so being able to do it with a sense of levity makes the process feel more balanced.
Poses that strengthen and engage the core are interwoven throughout the class. This is not a beginner level class. Check out the Slow Flow class if you are a beginner or want a gentler class. Slow Flow Yoga with Becky Wednesdays PM In this class we take a slower pace that allows for time to modify each posture to best suit your body. This is an all levels vinyasa class that slows your flow and allows you time to connect deeply to your breath and stay in postures long enough to become acutely aware of their sensations—and even break a sweat. Power Core Flow VinyasaYoga with Becky Power Core will be back later in the summer In this vigorous and athletic vinyasa class, you will create heat, build strength, flexibility and stamina through mindful movement.
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