I view yoga and exercise a bit different than most people do. For me it’s not about having six pack abs, having the perfect handstand, or contortion like flexibility- although those could be side effects, for me, it’s more about cultivating a practice. A practice is about mastery of self. Mastery of body movement. Mastery of our thoughts. And mastery of our emotions and actions. When we commit to mastery, our physical activity, diet, emotions, relationships, and career, all fall into place because we begin living consciously. My movement practice is Yoga. I practice and teach different styles of this movement art: Budokon, Vinyasa, Aerial, SUP, and Yin Yoga.
The Budokon® Yoga system can be summed up in one sentence: The art of seamless transition coupled with the beauty of circular rotation. This style of yoga blends hatha yoga, martial arts, animal movements and meditation. It must be experienced to be understood. It is a dynamic class focused on fluidity, strength, agility, and balance.
Wake up, meditate, and stretch. After 3 days of partying love yourself up with a series of deep seated stretches and floor postures that target connective tissues and myofascial release. As you hold these postures between 3-8 minutes Barbara guides you through a meditation technique to keep you present and aware in mind and body.