Vinyasa in the Park: Open your Heart & Find Meaning. Backbend Vinyasa Flow 10.11.2020

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Roy Gan

Roy Gan (ERYT) is a classically trained dancer from Singapore, with over 15 years of experience in dance, teaching, and choreography, a non-practicing lawyer, and a graduate of Yoga Garden SF 200-hour Advanced St...
A very wise man once said that "Life is suffering".
There are two ways we can interpret this.
We can use this to justify throwing in the towel and become defeated, or we can find an alternative to suffering. We can open our hearts and rise above what is the baseline of anxiety, stress, self-deprecation, fear, anger, and pride. 
To open your heart is also to establish purpose and meaning. In order to do this, we must know where we are. It's like orienting ourselves on a map. If we can't embrace our value, our lives will also have no meaning and we won't be able to see the opportunities as they arise.
This is an invitation to do the good work of healing our brokenness and unconscious biases. Let us be willing to detail why negative things happen so that we don’t duplicate them in the future.
Join Roy in this backbend heart-opening practice where we not only take care of ourselves mentally and physically, but also find meaning and become responsible for engineering our happiness.

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