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Rooted in a lifelong love of yoga, spirituality, movement, and music, Josh Wechsler’s road to becoming a yoga teacher was predestined. For as long as he can remember he has been captivated by all things mystical, which led him to begin a study and practice of diverse forms of spiritual traditions, including various yoga and meditative practices, at an early age.
He attended Oklahoma City University, where he earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre Performance. Jos...read more
Open to all levels, this signature class links the vitalizing breath with the mindful movements of the body to create a powerful flow. You will cultivate strength, flexibility, balance, focus, and awareness with the teachings of our “Action Principles." In every single class you will move through a series of Sun Salutations, lunges, strength building poses, balancing poses, backbends, and inversions. Josh offers modifications and intensifications during class to empower you no matter where you are in your practice. Get ready to take your practice to the next level as you discover your strength, challenge your boundaries, and awaken your spirit!
The Bowspring is a dynamic movement system which aligns the body in a position of readiness. It is an alignment for us to move with lightness and fluid power like a graceful animal. It is a natural curvy shape of the body that puts a spring in your step and uplifts your mood. With this dynamically balanced posture, the breath can move freely without inhibition, bringing a new level of vitality and energetic freedom. Bowspring practice is great support for mental and emotional health as well. Skillful Bowspring alignment in dynamic posture positively affects the nervous system and circulatory system, supports mental focus and emotional clarity, and aids in stress management. The bouncing, hopping, pulsing rhythmic movement of the Bowspring is also mood elevating! It brings back a youthful, spirited positivity to one’s outlook in life. This is especially helpful for dancers because it focuses on strengthening and lengthening muscles.