Banded Kula Flow: Core, Leg and Shoulder Connection

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Giulia Pline

I began studying and practicing yoga to supplement my dance training during my time as a B.F.A Dance major at The Boston Conservatory. Yoga became a natural extension of dance for me, providing a different path t...
(Props: 2 two loop resistance bands, 1 long band, 1 mini loop band of the light resistance, one mini loop band of a moderate/heavy resistance; 2 blocks)

Work strength with length in the legs and shoulders and connect into your core via resistance bands. Explore variations of sun A with bands and standing sequences that help you find the tethering of your limbs to your center.

(Int) Banded Kula Flow is a special class that combines the Kula Flow style yoga you love with strength + mobility exercises—all with resistance bands! There are so many fantastic reasons  you should consider adding resistance bands to your movement and yoga practice and you will reap some of the benefits with this special practice, including but not limited to: improving strength throughout your range of motion; increasing resiliency throughout your whole body; developing new movement skills; increasing proprioception aka awareness of where you are in space; sparking new inspiration, insight, and creativity to your personal practice; and/or teaching and developing a deeper connection to your body, mind, and breath! Are you ready to join the resistance?

We have bands for use during this class at Kula!

Practicing on the livestream or at home? Watch this intro video for the bands you’ll need and options to purchase bands here:

Mini bands:

Regular bands (Make sure to purchase a total of 4 individual resistance bands of the same color and resistance. Giulia recommends starting with bands of a medium resistance):

Bands needed to make the set:
2 mini bands, 1 of light resistance and the other of a heavier resistance
1 one loop band
2 two loop bands
1 open band
*Watch the Intro video for a tutorial on how to tie the loops!