Yoga Flowetry Program: What’s It All About?

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Welcome to Yoga Flowetry, led by Ballet and yoga-trained instructor, Jennifer Galardi. This program combines the power of yoga with fluid, ballet-like movements to improve your flexibility, build strength, and refine your balance. If you are new to yoga, the Yoga Pose Tutorial will help acclimate you and teach you good form. Jennifer will show you the proper form for the most common yoga poses and how they flow together in a sequence. If you’re an experienced yogi, give yourself a refresher with the Tutorial—it’s always nice to brush up on form!—or just dive right into the Yoga Flowetry workout.

The Yoga Flowetry workout itself is an hour of strength-building yoga poses combined with fluid movements that build heat within the body and ground you in your practice. Jennifer will teach you how to find an invigorating flow between each pose as you go through lunge and chair series, warrior series, and more. Each series of poses is designed to strengthen and lengthen your muscles and center your body and mind. In addition, the Yoga Flowetry program also includes a Yoga Stretch and Relax segment. Yoga Stretch and Relax can serve as a 20-minute add on to other workouts or as a standalone cool-down and way to unwind before bed or stretch your muscles after waking. You’ll do hip openers and deep stretches that help release tension and calm the mind.

Throughout the program, Jennifer will encourage you to pay attention to your breath and connect it to each pose, building both mental and physical strength as you flow through the movements. Whether you’re new to yoga or have been practicing it for years, you’re sure to fall in love with Yoga Flowetry—a program that helps you feel leaner, stronger, and more centered after every practice.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

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