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Everyday Essentials

Diverse Movement - 8 Lessons

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Everyday Essentials Trailer

56 seconds

Intro

1 minute, 16 seconds

Breathwork

6 minutes, 54 seconds

Morning Routine

23 minutes, 30 seconds

Sun Salutations

34 minutes, 3 seconds

Standing Poses

10 minutes, 25 seconds

Forward Bendings

14 minutes, 11 seconds

Seated Sequence

18 minutes, 29 seconds


Course InfoComments

Title:
Everyday Essentials

Description:
Join Mark Robberds for a course that he planned and put together based on his own personal practice and research. These practices are meant to supplement and compliment your regular ashtanga yoga practice. The classes in this course will help you develop a better understanding of the human body’s movement potential and what constitutes functional movement. These techniques have helped Mark improve his own practice and now they can help you too.

Host:
Mark Robberds

Style:
Diverse Movement

Level:
All Levels

Lesson Count:
8 lessons

Total Duration:
3 hours, 39 minutes, 34 seconds

Students:
11424

Course Created On:
March 15th, 2019

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