Detox for spring with yoga practice
VAIL – Spring has arrived in the Vail Valley, and the Vail Vitality Center is hosting its annual on-mat tribute, Spring Detox Flow, on April 25.
Kim Fuller leads this year’s Spring Detox Flow, which offers an invigorating two-hour practice that integrates alignment and athleticism with twisting and balancing poses. The sequence is designed to prepare the body for the seasonal shift from winter to spring, igniting each participant’s inner fire and wringing out the winter residue.
‘RESET YOUR BODY AND MIND’
“This is a great time of year to reset the body and mind,” Fuller said. “The two-hour practice is going to be physical but really fun and invigorating. I can’t think of a better way to begin our first weekend of the off-season.”
Fuller promises a deep, heartfelt flow, encouraging students to break through blocks for new pathways to an authentic and empowered existence.
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For information or to register for Spring Detox Flow at the Vail Vitality Center, call 970-476-7960.
The practice is open to members and Vail Vitality Center guests. The cost is $15 in advance and $25 the day of the workshop. This practice is best suited for injury-free practitioners of all levels.
Fuller finds her passion for yoga in the power of movement and presence of mind. She completed her 200-hour Real Evolution Yoga teacher training in Costa Rica in November 2012 and loves sharing the practice with others in the Colorado mountains. She is a freelance journalist and finds inspiration for writing and teaching in love and nature, paired with the power of language and connection.