Vail Vitality Center hosts Flow & Fly yoga workshop on Feb. 18
February 15, 2017
If you go …
What: Flow & Fly with Kim Fuller and Bobby L’Heureux.
When: 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 18.
Where: Vail Vitality Center, Vail Mountain Lodge, 352 E. Meadow Drive, Vail.
More information: Call 970-476-7960 or visit http://www.vailvitalitycenter.com to register.
VAIL — Kim Fuller and Bobby L'Heureux will lead a Flow & Fly yoga workshop at the Vail Vitality Center on Saturday. The workshop will flow between postures in preparation for practicing balanced inversions such as crow and handstand.
The workshop will open with a fun, music-driven vinyasa flow, led by Fuller. It's the perfect way to get everyone feeling warm and strong and prepare "your body for the power and strength of handstand," Fuller said.
Next, L'Heureux will break down the elements of handstand, and work on everyone's "strength and stability upside down." The two instructors have an undeniable synergy when they teach.
Flow and Fly
"We have different strengths in terms of teaching and practicing yoga, so more often I like to lead a fiery flow, but he really knows how to speak to the stability and focus it takes to hold a pose upside down," Fuller said.
This is an intermediate-level class, but don't let that scare you away.
"There may be things that are challenging, but that's why it's called a 'practice,'" Fuller said. "If you have been doing yoga for at least a year or so, you will be able to ride on the edge of comfort and challenge in this class."
The cost for the workshop is $20. Sign up in advance to reserve a spot. Call 970-476-7960 or visit http://www.vailvitalitycenter.com to learn more.
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