Back+Neck • 04-May-2020
This Integrated Vinyasa home practice is inspired by the Hindu deity Durga, whose name means INVINCIBLE
Her mythology is that she faces the impossible battle, one she's unlikely to win because nobody has succeeded before her. But in the heat of it, she finds an inner well of power to triumph.
My goal in crafting this empowering practice is for you to catch sight of your own inner strength so in challenging times, you'll know YOU'VE GOT THIS.
Suggested props are one block.If you've experienced Gina's online classes elsewhere, this home practice is based on one she previously created called "Durga Vinyasa".
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