Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class with Ikaika Regidor

Wednesdays & Fridays (New Class) 9:15 am.

See Ikaika’s Flow into Restorative Yoga

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Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a series of asana (poses) that will move practitioners through the power of connecting breath and movement with the intention of finding liberation. Vinyasa movements flow smoothly and can often feel like a movement meditation, which explains why some refer to it as Vinyasa Flow or just Flow yoga.

This class offers an active flow to build heat, strength and flexibility, as well as a grounding and steadying cool down, complete with a restorative pose and savasana. Practitioners use breath connect the mind, body, and spirit in order to heal the body, calm thoughts, and build a deeper connection to the Self.

A knowledge of basic yoga moves is recommended for this Flow class.

Ikaika Regidor

In Ikaika’s classes you can expect clear, calm cueing, anatomical and thematic sequences, short inspirational thoughts, hands-on assists if you’d like them, and music to enhance the experience.

As a dynamic yoga teacher inspired by life’s happenings, Ikaika teaches his students in creative and innovative ways. He shares ways that events in daily life can instruct us – such as last year’s volcanic eruptions on the island of Hawaii teaching us that change can bring new growth. His readings become dharma snippets and his creative movements become class sequences.

Originally from O’ahu, Ikaika completed both his 200-hour teacher training and his 300-hour advanced teacher training at Sacred Sounds Yoga in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Ikaika is also certified in prenatal yoga, yoga4cancer.

When not teaching, Ikaika has spent the last ten years doing community organizing and program management to engender a larger sense of our shared humanity.

 

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