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There are many benefits to practicing square breathing. This technique increases the uptake of oxygen in the body and helps you gain mental focus and clarity. It can heighten performance and concentration and is also beneficial for the immune system.
Join Matt for part one of a two-part series on arm balances. Learn proper alignment and develop foundational arm balancing skills in this tutorial. Lastly, you will learn a few different versions of Crow pose.
When it comes to arm balances, you must first build a foundation of strength and trust. Matt will guide you through a short 15 minute class so you can begin to build strength in the core and legs. Learn what areas to engage, challenge yourself, and most of all– have fun!
We've all heard the phrase, "float to the top of your mat." In this quick 15 minute tutorial, Matt will teach you a series of techniques so that you can learn how to jump forward and backward and lighten up your practice.
If you have sensitive wrists or if you ever have sore wrists, this class is for you! In this short 10 minute tutorial, Matt will guide you through a few wrist alignment and strengthening techniques so your hands can stay happy and healthy.
Learn how to do side crow pose in this 10 minute tutorial. Martha gives you tools to understand what's needed from the body and how to integrate all the required muscles into the movements. Side Crow is a continuation of crow pose and is an arm-balancing pose that incorporates a detoxifying twist.
This short Modo class is focused on countering the kinks, cramps, and constrictions in the body that can often come from travelling. By opening up the body and moving all the major joints, you'll give your body the space it needs to really travel light 😉 The Modo sequence is built to be accessibl...
Meditation is a practice where you can acknowledge thoughts and feelings as they arise, then return to your breath. When you realize your attention has wandered, gently guide it back to your breath, again...and again...and again...