I’ve been teaching Foundation Training yoga for 2 years. Foundation Training became a passion of mine after quickly seeing how powerful it was in offsetting the effects of the modern lifestyle (specifically sitting). I enjoy most how you never stop learning more about your body and how it actually gets more difficult the better you get at it.
I teach Power Yoga, a mixture of the 27 poses plus vinyasa flows and strength moves. I’ve been teaching hot yoga and power yoga for 6 years.
What I love most about yoga is that it can be as complicated or as simple as you want it to be. If you’re looking for relaxation you can slow down the movements really focusing on flexibility and taking ample breaks. If you’re looking for strength you can concentrate on holding form deeper, moving more smoothly and engaging core and involved muscle groups more tightly for a more difficult workout. Yoga truly is whatever you need it to be in the moment. There have been classes i have added extra pushups/ core moves to create a harder workout and other classes that i engaged in the warmup, only to fall asleep in the first savasana and ended up sleeping the remainder of class away. Both experiences are needed, both are valuable. Anything you do in class is correct as long as you are fulfilling the intention and goals within yourself for that day.