A practice of moments with Karin Burke
A practice of moments
Yoga with Karin Burke
We love the way practice makes us feel. But who has 90 minutes a day? Here’s proof that you can get to yoga bliss in short practices. Learn to shift gears, effectively.
Short sequences can effectively change your state of mind as much as long practices, can. It only takes a moment. We change in a breath. Healing happens in the space between breath. If that’s true, than you can change in small moments. Each sequence is less than 15 minutes long. But you can calm down, energize, rest, or work hard in that small amount of time.
Meet your Guide
Meet your Yoga Guide, Karin Burke:
Yoga with Karin Burke spans the gap between traditional insight and modern day lives. Karin cuts through yoga hype and dives into personal change. Yoga with Karin Burke is a path of heart, a path of embodiment, and a path of depth. Karin’s passion is taking students into a deeper expression of yoga, both in drop in classes and intensive learning platforms. The stuff you don’t get in class. The stuff you don’t get in training. The questions you want to ask and the experience you need to find. A little bit punk rock, a little bit crooked saint, a lot of passion and real.
A short, lying down practice that will help release tension in the low back, hips, and the big musculature of the legs. Perfect as a way to slow down, calm down, or wind down at the end of the day. Grounding, soothing, and calming flow.
A short burst of energizing and focusing on the breath, this sequence will open your chest and shoulders while creating an unshakable foundation in your legs and low back. Get into your breath to wake up your attention, your heart beat, and your strength.
A special sequence lying on a blanket and mat that works to wiggle the ligimentous structures of the sacrum into more softness and suppleness, along the way freeing low back and hips, and the whole of the spine. A deep body, meditative practice that takes... [ Read More ]
A set of supported and unsupported (headstand) postures to quickly shift gears, release holding in your spine, and settle your attention. We bring our physiology into balance with inversion and forward fold, so that we are awake and alert but not tense, calm but not... [ Read More ]
Find the wild intelligence of your whole body working, partially by stepping away from your expectations and into the body's own organizing structures. Feel things you don't, normally. Realize the strength of things you dismiss. Change everything, quick.