Yoga 301 is the third app of a three part series designed to teach you how to do Vinyasa Flow Yoga, the most popular style of yoga practiced in America today.
Building off the lessons learned in the Yoga 101 and Yoga 201 apps, we dive deeper into balances, backbends and inversions.
The Yoga 301 app is designed for someone who has taken at least 50 vinyasa yoga classes. The dialog focuses more on breath count and staying present in the moment than on alignment.
There are three classes within this app. The first one is offered as a free class and the other two are available as an in-app purchase.
Physically, these classes will help you get strong and flexible. Mentally, they enhance your ability to focus. Spiritually, they connect you to your divine self, simply by instructing you to be present and relaxed no matter what comes your way. (Your spirit will love this~!)
I have one Golden Rule for yoga. Listen to your body. You are the captain of your domain and if any teacher at anytime asks you do to a pose that you think is not something you should do, please do not do it. Listen to yourself. It is perfectly acceptable and expected for people to sit out a pose if needed. The basic philosophy of yoga is ahimsa which means non-harming. Be mindful of what you should and should not be doing. It’s your body and hopefully, you’ve got a long (healthy) way to go in it!
Actually, I have two Golden Rules. The other is to be aware of your breath and how it moves through your body. There is magic in that breath. By developing breath awareness you literally learn how to tune in to any moment of your life. I’m excited for you to find out what I am talking about, as it is so powerful it can only be fully understood by actually experiencing it.
About the producers:
Myyogaminute.com mission is to inspire 400,000,000 people to do yoga by the year 2020. If you enjoy this app, please share it with your friends and family!
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App Development by Brad Hebert
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