Instructional DVD starring Shiva Rea
Practice Level: challenging practice for experienced beginners to advanced
Yoga Style: Flow Yoga/Vinyasa
About this Video
After teaching yoga to surfers for over a decade, world-renowned yoga master Shiva Rea merges the two cultures in this first ever program to bring wave motion onto the mat. It's a liberating approach to yoga that everybody can benefit from and enjoy.
Like surfing, vinyasa yoga is dynamic and creative. Shiva's unique flow yoga style builds body strength through rhythmic, circular, energetic movement. It's a challenging practice for anyone who wants to strengthen the entire body, increase energy and balance, and gain flexibility.
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About this Instructor
Renowned and innovative flow yoga teacher Shiva Rea leads this fluid practice. Experience the flow of the ocean and of life in this inspiring, incredibly innovative practice.
Shiva Rea, M.A., is a leading teacher of Prana Flow Yoga and Yoga Trance Dance worldwide. She began exploring yoga at age 14 as a way to understand her name, given to her by her father, a surfer and artist. Her studies in the Krishnamacharya lineage, tantra, Ayurveda, bhakti, kalaripayattu, world dance, yogic arts, and somatic movement infuse her approach to living yoga and embodying the flow. She is known for bringing the roots of yoga alive for modern practitioners in creative, dynamic, and life-transforming ways, and for offering the synthesis form of Vinyasa Flow throughout the world.
As a global adventurer, she has led over 70 retreats and pilgrimages nationally and internationally. She also has served as a creative catalyst for conferences, festivals, and actions for the environment, yoga, and the arts, including the third annual Yogini Conference of Kripalu and Omega. Shiva writes for Yoga Journal and has created award-winning CD and DVD programs to empower and transform yoga home practice. She lives with her family near their favorite surf break at Sunset Beach in Pacific Palisades, California.
Number of Discs: 1 DVD, playing approx. 75 minutes
Release Date: 2009