Bianca teaches strong, fun, sweaty, nurturing and centering level 1, 2 & 2/3 Vinyasa flow classes. Her classes are mindfully sequenced and themed around a peak pose. Though a strong believer of honoring your edge, she will encourage you to explore the space within, outside of your comfort zone both physically as you hold the postures and mentally as the mind begins to churn.
Bianca believes that your practice of yoga asana should be a
playground for you to explore your personal rhythm of breath and body connection, a place to learn from and connect with your own personal expression of "self," a playground you consider a life long place of practice you want to return to again, and again.
Level 2 classes are designed to take you to the intermediate level where you will expand on your strength, stamina and flexibility as you master more advanced postures (inversions, backbends) and more demanding sequences. Level 2 classes will help you take your practice to a whole new level.
Level 2-3 classes presume students are familiar with intermediate yoga postures (including inversions and backbends). In these classes you will use your knowledge of postures and breathing to practice exciting, physically demanding and challenging sequences and variations.
The pace of these classes is faster, you will go deeper, and your teacher will help you achieve breakthroughs in your practice and your self-awareness. We recommend you have a year of solid Yoga under your mat before you join 2-3 classes. Expect to be transformed.
Bianca's Yin classes are designed to release tension, balance the meridians and calm the nervous system. With the gentle support of props, students are encouraged to 'surrender' and 'let go' as they passively stretch and inquire within. Each session targeting soft tissues of the body, openings along the spine and major joints. Through soothing guidance accompanied with relaxing music, self observation can be explored and an opportunity to quiet the mind's noise is presented. Yin Yoga compliments a more active Yang practice, as it improves flexibility, ease and balance. Also beneficial for some recovering from injury or trauma, providing therapeutic benefits and the encouragement of 'Less might be More.'
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