Power Flow

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Kimm Ropicky

Kimm is a vinyasa-based yoga teacher who became legally blind at fifteen. Yoga became a refuge to regain autonomy over her own body and rebuild confidence in her abilities. Through the practice, she decided to sh...
This class is an exploration of the “power” theme and will incorporate both flow-based practice (linking poses together with breath) and static posture practice (challenging our strength and endurance). Power Flow will enliven students' core strength, both through focused core work as well as through emphasis on moving from the core into many categories of postures, such as arm balances. Practicing in this way improves posture, stabilizes the lower spine and pelvis, increases overall muscle tone, and heightens capacity for focus and mental clarity. This athletic and deep practice is not recommended for first-time yogis.

Health & Safety Information (for In Person Classes Only):

  • These indoor classes will take place in the studio, located at 286 Divisadero St in Lower Haight. 
  • Only students 18 and above can take class. Both students and the instructor must wear face masks at all times. Masks with valves are not accepted. 
  • All students must bring their own mats. Props and disposable wipes will be provided. 
  • Six foot distance must be kept between all students and the instructor at all times.
  • Do not come to class if you are experiencing COVID symptoms or have been in contact with someone with COVID. 
  • Classes will be limited to 6 students and will also be available for livestream and replay. 

Thank you for taking class with us. We look forward to seeing you (safely) in person!