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Yoga Class Description

The much shortened psoas deserves some BIG LOVE with this great online yoga sequence. So much time spent sitting and moving from our front body are just two reasons among many to love this sequence. You will use a yoga mat, a block, and gravity to awaken, lengthen, and release the psoas. Elongating and stretching poses along with standing poses and a few to help build strength, will make you want to return to this practice again and again. Filmed live at Yoga Tree Hayes. (52 mins.)

Level: 1 Focus: Alignment-Based Flow Yoga  

Suggested Yoga Props

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Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Kris L

This was the perfect class to help with the SI issues I am having. Thanks Stacey!

janet m

Stacey's detailed explanations and instructions are very beneficial. The class moved at a steady pace, but the poses were held long enough for there to be deep work. I get really tight in the psoas muscles, so this was much needed! Thank you, Stacey!



Stacey Rosenberg

Stacey Rosenberg is an enthusiastic educator. She's passionate about empowering her students with transformational yoga tools to live more vibrant and healthy lives. Her teaching style is laid back, yet focused. Her yoga videos are abundant with clear and concise alignment cues and rich with modifications/variations so that all levels of students have a place to confidently and comfortably progress. Areas of focus on YogaVibes: Alignment-Based Yoga, Prenatal Yoga and Yoga for Beginners. For more on Stacey: www.namastacey.com.

Classes By Stacey Rosenberg

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Kris L

This was the perfect class to help with the SI issues I am having. Thanks Stacey!

janet m

Stacey's detailed explanations and instructions are very beneficial. The class moved at a steady pace, but the poses were held long enough for there to be deep work. I get really tight in the psoas muscles, so this was much needed! Thank you, Stacey!