If you have been practicing for a while, you will be familiar with the relationship between breath and movement. Certain movements correspond to either, an in breath or an out breath, each complimenting and facilitating the other. Over time the practice of linking breath to movement starts to feel natural, and you have to think less about the specifics as you flow through your practice. You find that you are able to breathe in a way that, for the most part, matches your practice. Our aim is to teach hatha yoga based on experience of body, breath and movement. Joss Levine is a registered ERYT 500 YACEP through the yoga alliance.
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