Vinyasa (flow) yoga classes. These classes are slow burn flows, open to all levels. There is a keen eye to alignment and adjustments for safety and improvement, as well as building strength and balance. Yoga is a practice, we are not seeking perfection but to discover what we are able to do in our bodies and minds from each day to day.
Torrie was first introduced to yoga by her mother in high school. Though a reluctant practitioner at first, yoga has since become a crucial part of her life practice. Torrie has been lucky enough to learn in classes ranging in everything from Iyengar, Bikram, Anusara, aerial and acro yoga, and many more on both coasts. Once a sedate bookworm, yoga has opened up her world to the joy of movement and meditation. It has allowed her to safely pursue her passions of healing, aerial arts and fire spinning. After years of personal practice, it was only during her graduate school studies that she realized that her path led to the mat, rather than academia. For her, yoga should be an even balance of strength, flexibility, breath and calm, along with a bit of circus sass and humor.
Monday: Noon Urban Asanas (752 Nostrand Ave. Crown Heights, Brooklyn)
5:30pm Urban Asanas (752 Nostrand Ave. Crown Heights, Brooklyn)
Tuesday: 9:30am The Muse Brooklyn (350 Moffat Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn )
Wednesday: 6:30pm Floasis before the spin jam (Brooklyn, NY)
Friday: 9:00am: Urban Asanas (752 Nostrand Ave. Crown Heights, Brooklyn)
**Sunday closest to the full moon**: Full Moon Yoga Flow: 5:00pm Urban Asanas
*stay at home moms
*travelers (take class ANYWHERE)
*those new to yoga
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