Kula Flow: Exploring Traditional & Nontraditional Proprioceptive Organs (Eyes, Ears, Hands, Feet)

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Nikki Vilella

After moving to Tribeca eighteen 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 200...
(Recommended Props: 1-2 blocks. You can also do this class without props).

Open your windows (and close some!) in order to feel your way into your body and it's place in the world. You will play with turning off the eyes, on the ears, and awakening the hands and feet so that you can "see" better with them them and learn to trust the information they provide. The second half of class will play with drishti.

(Intermediate/advanced). Kula Flow is vinyasa (or flow) style yoga with an emphasis on creativity and alignment. Classes are inventive and thoughtful sequences of sun salutations, standing & seated postures, back bending, and inversions—guided by a steady breath to tone and calm the mind. Most teachers also use bandha work to open and strengthen the inner body. (Classes differ in tone and vigor depending on the teacher, so if you have special needs/interests please contact [email protected]) For students with a regular yoga practice.