Approaching Universal Yoga: Practice 3
Andrey Lappa – 85 minutes
Once you’ve completed the first two segments of our Universal Yoga preparatory program, it’s time for you to take the next step in your journey with Approaching Universal Yoga: Practice 3.
The Introduction of Vinyasas and Stronger Asanas
With Approaching Universal Yoga Practice 3, you will continue the basic static stretching and dynamic strengthening techniques that you’ve grown accustomed to in our previous sequences, but your focus will expand to include a variety of vinyasas and stronger asanas.
Because Universal Yoga is based on a complete immersion of many different yoga forms, you can expect anything from a slow, gentle restorative practice to a fast-paced, vigorous sequence. Once you’ve dabbled in them all, you can decide for yourself where you want your own personal development to go—you can continue to work your body as a whole, or use the tools you’ve picked up from Universal Yoga to focus on a particular area.
THE TEACHING OF ANDREY LAPPA
Andrey Lappa is one of the most qualified and influential masters and professional teachers of yoga in Russia and Eastern Europe. Drawing on his many years of study with preeminent yoga masters such as BKS Iyengar and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, as well as his many travels to sacred places in India and Nepal, Andrey was inspired to create Universal Yoga, a style of practice which focuses largely on spirituality.
APPROACHING UNIVERSAL YOGA: PRACTICE 3 with Andrey Lappa.
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