Kula Quickie (35 min): Big Breath and Steady Balance

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Nikki Vilella

After moving to Tribeca twenty years ago, I stumbled upon a premie Kula on the way to the train. I went, was hands down hooked by the first hip opener, and the rest is history. I started teaching at Kula in 2005 ...
(Suggested props: 1 strap, 1 blanket, and 2 blocks)

Start class off on a belly roll and follow with breath of fire and an opening sequence that Incorporates bandha. You will do surya namaskar, a psoas and sidebody combo, a wide stanced triangle, and balance your way through Vira 3, ardha chandrasana and a variation of parivrtta with a strap to help you connect to your back leg. You will finish off with a backbend and supported viparita karani.

(Int) You asked, we deliver. For busy parents, workaholics, anyone who needs a shot of Kula to shake up or spice up their day—join us for a 35 minute dose of Kula goodness. This class is perfect if you need an early asana espresso, a mid-day snack, an appetizer for a tasty evening ahead or a short yogic nightcap.