You can rely on an aspect of your inner self to show up and help care for you. Kyra leads an active class to explore different ways we use and find support. After we stretch and warm the hands, arms, and core, we move through a lunge sequence to open the stabilizing muscles in the legs and hips, and explore balance, stability, and support in standing postures. We move to the floor for a simple hip opener, before enjoying a cooling inversion to quiet the mind and body. You will feel grounded, supported, and self-assured.
This was really insightful. I could easily do many of these poses without the support equipment and have not used any equipment throughout this course. But since they were required in this practice I discovered the moment I used them, I found these poses difficult because my body was actively fighting against using them. As if it was insisting I didn't need them. Even tho it made some of these movements easier. I know I have a hard time trusting and hate depending on others. I knew this to an extent, but seeing my body react to this truth about myself was outstanding. I appreciate this practice for providing the space to have this epiphany about myself.
KRYSTAL G such an incredibly cool insight!! I also love how curious this whole process sounds for you and the part of you that experiences the resistance. In my experience, the curiosity (rather than conformity) is the key to hearing what our different parts/pieces of self need. Thanks so much for sharing that. K.