Yoga for Right Living
Abundance: Blend with Chris
Each yama addresses a universal moral discipline that guides us on how to act with integrity and high ethical standards. Chris’ 45-minute Blend focuses on the third yama, Asteya, which means non-stealing. You'll be guided through a practice to embrace feelings of abundance to bettter recognize when you are taking what isn't yours.
Class Format: Blend
Suggested Props: 2 blocks
Sweat Level: 💦 💦
Mental Focus: Observing when you take what is not yours
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