The speed of trust with Karin Burke

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Slow attention way down to the rate of breathing, and explore asana as a relationship of integrity between heart and hips.  Slowing down keeps awareness present and trustworthy, so we don’t get overextended, over drawn, or lost.  Perfect for spring breakthrough, these videos focus on softening the bodily tissues to release deep toxicity and holding, developing focus and linking the nervous system to the state of ‘let go’, and resting the body to allow for deep rejuvenation and renewal.  All this comes together in the ‘heat’ sequence. 

Explore the relationship between the heart and the hips; develop interiority and sensitivity to deepen your practice; move past the superficial layers for deep detoxification and renewal. Learn actions of the feet and legs that access the pelvic floor; keep the heart open while going deep into postures; healthy movement is a little bit of movement in a lot of places, instead of a lot of movement in one place – integrate the whole for a deep overhaul. 

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Sessions

Extended introduction

Extended introduction

1 min 27 sec

We are going to work on your hips, we are going to work on your heart.... Learn more about this collection benefits from Karin Burke.

Soften

Soften

20 min 25 sec

Work with myofasical lines and the organization of the body's structures. Gentle, rocking, release techniques lead to deep relaxation.

Focus

Focus

21 min 37 sec

Asana practice is a meditation on the breath within the body. We tend to get caught up in performance, speed, and our head. This practice radically slows things down. Focus on breathing and moving in co-ordination. Develop the skill of working with mind in body.... [ Read More ]

Heat

Heat

1 hr 2 min 55 sec

Take the practices of focus, breath, body structure relationship into a very strong sequence that includes eka pada koundinyasana.

Rest

Rest

18 min 21 sec

This practice is straight up restorative.

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