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Length: 64 mins.
Difficulty: Level 2

This online yoga class is your prescription to relieve tension, tightness, and fatigue in your shoulders. Stacey Rosenberg will take your shoulders through the different directions of movement in order to free up the tissue that inhibits them to move with ease and freedom. Be ready to shed your stress and breathe more deeply. Please have a block or two and a strap available for this practice. (64 mins.)

Stacey Rosenberg

Stacey is an enthusiastic educator. She is passionate about empowering her students with transformational yoga tools to live vibrant and healthy lives. Stacey combines the science of functional movement, strength building exercises, and self-care techniques with the spiritual traditions of yoga to help you find more ease both on the mat and in your everyday activities. In her yoga videos Stacy offers clear and concise alignment cues as well as modifications and variations so that a student of any level can practice comfortably and confidently.

Yoga Tree

Take yoga classes from the San Francisco Bay Area's premier yoga instructors. Filmed live at Yoga Tree in San Francisco, enjoy a variety of yoga styles, including Hatha, Restorative, Vinyasa, Yin and Forrest Yoga. Teachers featured include Brenna Geehan, Laura Burkhart, Jason Bowman, Darcy Lyon, Stacey Rosenberg, Ai Kubo, and Dana Damara.

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No Title Review by Christa C
Excellent, excellent, excellent. A real relief of the upper body and the shoulders. I have a very painfull problem in my shoulder ( subacromial bursitis) and this slow flow stretching helped me experience a real tension relief. Thank you Stacey. I wish you can provide more classes AND ALTERNATIVES for dealing with such pain issues (cannot chaturanga anymore) (Posted on 8/26/2015)
No Title Review by Kathryn W
There were some problems with the sound cutting for a few seconds here and there throughout the practice. It was enough to be a touch distracting, though not enough to get one confused over what was happening in the practice. Otherwise, this was a nice practice and my shoulders feel much looser afterwards. (Posted on 6/24/2015)

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