Part 2: Full Bloom (Fluid Vinyasa Flow) – Spring into Spring Yoga Series

Welcome to this mini yoga series – Spring into Spring. I have designed this series to be broken up into 3 parts of a full 90 minute Vinyasa flow. Each section embraces something different and is designed to help spark fresh energy and intentions for the new season. 3 days to come to your mat, move your body, breathe and sink into a calm mindset. Start as you mean to go on.

In part 2 we’ll dive into the juicy, rhythmic part of the flow. This is a great opportunity to build up heat and release some energy. The warm up nature of the previous flow has leant itself really nicely to delve into the depth of this section of the series.

Vinyasa
30 minutes
Beginner, Intermediate
No Props Required
Focusing on Full Body

Want to wiggle to some music?

If you’re looking for some tunes to listen to while you wiggle, I’ve created a Spotify playlist just for this class.

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