This inspired yoga workout with breathwork (pranayama) is a powerful heart opening vinyasa flow. Filmed on the Sea of Cortez by renowned Los Angeles Yoga teacher, Michelle Goldstein of Heart Alchemy Yoga, this inspired yoga workout will guide you through a grounded and spirited yoga video. Michelle integrates several powerful pranayama (breathing practices) flawlessly throughout the course of the video. It's a perfect yoga practice to kick off 2015.
Michelle brings a simple practicality to her instruction that results in a safe and easy to understand yoga workout. This vinyasa flow is intended to open the chakras, while improving strength, coordinated breathing, flexibility, stamina, awareness and relaxation.
About Michelle Goldstein: Michelle has maintained a daily yoga practice for 15 years. A protégée of legendary Yoga teacher, Bryan Kest of Santa Monica Power Yoga, Michelle has been teaching yoga flow and meditation for 10 years. Michelle leads workshops, immersions & retreats worldwide as well as teaching at Santa Monica Power Yoga, Yogaraj & Equinox Fitness Clubs. Known for her creative vinyasas (sequences of yoga asana) and pranayama, Michelle Goldsteins teaching integrates influences from various forms of movement and meditation set to powerfully inspiring backdrops of music. Approaching instruction with a deep spiritual reverence for the sacredness of yoga coupled with a joyous playful sense of humor, Michelle's classes offer a safe, nurturing and challenging environment for students to come and explore their mental and physical boundaries.
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