This mandala flow will be drawing strength from your Ajna (Third Eye) which is the centre for perception, consciousness and intuition. As well as Vishuddhi chakra. Expect some opening into the throat as well as some balance work today.
Through this practice you will also be activating the vagus nerve – the main nerve of your parasympathetic nervous system which is responsible for the regulation of internal organ functions such as digestion, heart rate, respiratory rate and the immune system.
4 different variations of hand to big toe pose for you. I do love a balancing posture – Enjoy giving this a go!
In this 35-minute vinyasa flow, we move towards our peak posture natarajasana, bringing heat into the body as we move. Lean in to your inner dancer, find a sense of calm within all of the wobbles and, as always, have fun!
It’s time to be playful and surrender to all of those niggles and frustrations that arise when we try to balance. Ultimately balance is a constant give and take, balance doesn’t stay still, balance isn’t linear and balance is something that we are continuously learning from. Allow the words “acceptance” and “surrender” to wash over you as we flow.