Happy Hips & Hamstrings Flow Into Frontal Splits

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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...
Learning to welcome all of our emotions is an important aspect of our practice towards self-regulation. In this challenging flow, we will explore stretching and strengthening our hips and hamstrings as we approach full frontal splits. Let's learn to embrace our emotions and see them as an invaluable guide to how we can respond in a way that is healthy and loving. 

Vinyasa is a dynamic system of practicing asana by linking breath to continuous movement in sequence. This style of yoga builds heat, endurance, flexibility, and strength through focused concentration. An attentive ear and some knowledge of basic yoga postures is recommended to keep pace with the flow. Sequencing is often built around sun salutations, and may vary with teacher. Students are encouraged to modify and take variations if needed.