VIBE Class – Engage

Engaged class is a dynamic and physically challenging form of yoga that follows a specific sequence of postures, creating a flowing and continuous practice. It is a traditional style of yoga that focuses on synchronizing breath with movement and building strength, flexibility, and endurance.

Here’s a typical Engaged yoga class at VIBE:

  1. Warm-Up: The class begins with a brief period of centering and connecting with the breath. The instructor may guide students through a series of gentle warm-up exercises and stretches to prepare the body for the more intense practice ahead.
  2. Sun Salutations: The class usually starts with a series of Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar A and B), which are a sequence of flowing movements that help to warm up the entire body and build heat. Sun Salutations involve a combination of forward folds, upward and downward facing dog poses, and lunges.
  3. Standing Sequence: After the Sun Salutations, the class moves into a sequence of standing postures. These postures focus on building strength, balance, and flexibility. Each posture is held for a few breaths before transitioning into the next one. The standing sequence often includes poses like Warrior poses, Triangle pose, and Standing Forward Bend.
  4. Seated Sequence: Once the standing sequence is complete, the class transitions to a series of seated postures. These seated postures target the hips, hamstrings, and lower back. The sequence includes poses such as Seated Forward Bend, Bound Angle Pose, and Boat Pose. Students hold each pose for a specific number of breaths, focusing on alignment and breath control.
  5. Finishing Sequence: After the seated postures, the class moves into a sequence of backbends, inversions, and closing postures. These poses help to strengthen the back, open the chest, and calm the mind. The finishing sequence often includes poses like Bridge Pose, Shoulderstand, and Fish Pose.
  6. Final Relaxation: The class concludes with a period of relaxation and meditation. Students lie down on their backs in Corpse Pose (Savasana) and focus on deep breathing and releasing tension from the body and mind. This allows for integration and restoration after the physical practice.

Throughout the class, the instructor may provide verbal cues and adjustments to help students deepen their practice and maintain proper alignment. The emphasis in Engage is on consistency and discipline, as students aim to practice the same sequence of postures each time, gradually progressing over time.

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