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Find Your Flow in an introductory 4-week series. It is the perfect place to learn about vinyasa yoga. Vinyasa incorporates smooth, fluid movement that is synchronized with breath. Sometimes referred to as “meditation in motion,” this practice promotes physical strength, flexibility and mental focus.

Taught progressively, using demonstration, visuals and discussion, this series emphasizes proper alignment, graceful transitions, and safe modifications. We will learn basic sun salutation sequences, traditional poses, and core integration exercises to strengthen and stretch, both body and mind. Each class will bring focus to yogic breathing, as “ujjayi breath” informs and guides our practice.

We recommend previous exposure to yoga asana (poses) prior to this series. This series will prepare you for classes on our weekly schedule like Gentle Yoga, Vinyasa, Hatha Fusion, and Strong & Slow Yoga.

Feb. 15th – Mar. 08th, 2021
From 6:30pm-7:45pm
Classes are held online on Monday evenings at 6:30pm PST.

Join us!

Tuition: $95

*This 4-week series takes place 100% online. After registration, Yogabliss will reach out with more information detailing how to join us online.
*Yoga props such as 2 yoga blocks, a blanket, and a strap will be useful throughout this series. Please consider purchasing ahead of time.
*Recordings will be made available of each session for students. However, we do encourage you to join live if possible so you can ask questions and be in community.


About the instructor: Richard Guevara

Richard GuevaraRichard Guevara is certified to instruct and guide his students through alignment based vinyasa and restorative yoga. He completed two separate 200 RYT trainings, including Annie Carpenter’s SmartFlow training. He plans to complete his 500 hour certification within the year.

As a former athlete who suffered multiple injuries resulting in chronic pain, he found comfort and relief through his yoga practice. It became such a vital part of his life that he decided to enroll in teacher training; he has been an active instructor ever since. His style of yoga is smooth, alignment-based and favors breath over movement. He believes each movement is a pose in itself stemming from the core.  He avidly believes in yoga’s ability to restore and heal the body as well as the mind. Richard loves to challenge his students and show that regardless of fitness level, anything is possible with practice. He also aims to have his students leave his class energized with renewed or continued faith in their ability to find comfort and release in his sessions.

Richard is an avid Pacific North West overall outdoor enthusiast as well as a mountaineer, passionate climber, acroyogi, and cyclist. You can count on finding him outside rain or shine.

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