Amy Weintraub | Lifeforce Yoga to Beat the Blues - Level 2

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Lifeforce Yoga to Beat the Blues - Level 2

by Amy Weintraub

This DVD is the follow up to the award winning LifeForce Yoga® to Beat The Blues ~ Level 1. Amy offers modifications throughout this more challenging sequence of postures.
Genre: New Age: Yoga
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1. Introduction
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2. Clearing the Space for Sankalpa
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3. Warm Ups - Heating the Core
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4. Standing Strengthening Poses
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5. Back Bending Poses
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6. Inversion
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7. Forward Bends & Twists
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8. Flow
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9. Yoga Nidra
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Amy offers modifications throughout this more challenging sequence of postures. Here, Amy invokes the energy of Shiva in his incarnation as the Fire Dancer Nataraja, guiding viewers to stay present to the sensations in their bodies, cultivating self-awareness as they burn away what is no longer serving them. The practice ends with an invitation to allow the awakened prana to guide the practitioner into her own flow of poses before transitioning into Yoga Nidra.
Programmable Chapters shot in HD
Music from Master Charles – Synchronicity & MJ Bindu Delekta
Includes a Study Guide booklet
Shot on-location in Tucson, AZ by Emmy-award winning Director of Photography, Dan Duncan.

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