Trust the voice of your inner guide as you surf the waves of your breath.
iFlow Yoga is rooted in being intuitively guided by the freedom of the heart. The iFlow Yoga practice is infused with yogic teachings that are experienced in the body, mind and heart. The practice is more than just a series of physical postures. iFlow Yoga incorporates potent meaning woven throughout the class, intelligently applied to the physical and mental practices (asana, pranayama, meditation).
“Does a drop stay still in the ocean? Move with the entirety, and with the tiniest particular.”Rumi
iFlow Yoga is a vinyasa style of yoga.
Vinyasa means distinct placement or movement with the breath. iFlow Yoga is a modern style of yoga, honoring the historic lineages and traditions while evolving with the current of the new age. It is a synthesis the best of what many different styles have to offer the modern practitioner. See below for a summary of the ways iFlow Yoga has been influenced by other major styles of yoga practice.
Strong vinyasa flow asana practice incorporating breathing techniques and use of Bandhas into asana
Use of props and a focus on alignment
Eight limb teaching
Incorporate Kriya, Chakras, Kundalini Shaki, Mantras, Mundras and Meditation
Repetition in postures, breath emphasis and modifies practice to meet individual needs
Intelligent sequencing and postural flow and use of Bandhas
Universal Principles of Alignment (UPA) and incorporation of theme into asana practice
Athleticism and building core strength
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This training is the most challenging thing I have ever done but, by far, the most rewarding and life enhancing...Amy is amazing, her team brilliant, the location perfect. A truly invaluable experience!Ingrid Lalanne - Australia iFlow 200 Hr Teacher Training in Bali
In this video Amy shares some tips on Pincha Mayurasana. Includes some shoulder strengthening drills as well as alignment.
This tutorial includes some conditional drills to gain skills and strength to find a lighter jump-back to Chaturanga and jump-up […]
Amy guides practitioners warming up the hands-wrist-shoulders and teaches optimal hand placement and actions. She also shares some of her […]
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