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Schuyler fell in love with vinyasa yoga in her early 20s. She loved to flow with her breath and inhabit her body in moving meditation. But she developed a number of injuries due to the practice, and she had to slow down and examine the architecture of her body in the postures. However, once she established this fundamental stability and knowledge, her flow practice became a true vehicle for healing and reshaping her body. Now, in her late 40s, Schuyler feels better in her practice than she did 20 years ago.
What to Expect
Week 1 looks at how the spine and the core support you from the inside for healthy twisting, forward and back bending. Week 2 works the shoulders, arms, and wrists, and Week 3 focuses on the hips, legs, and feet. Days 1, 3, and 5 of each week are “Lab” days with more focused movement exercises, and Days 2, 4, 6 are “Flow” days, incorporating what you learned the day prior into a vinyasa sequence. Day 7 puts all the pieces together in one flow class with a custom soundtrack mixed by DJ Taz Rashid.
What You Need
Not every prop is used on every day, but we recommend you have these on hand.
- Yoga mat
- Two yoga blocks
- Blanket (or thick towel)
- Yoga strap
- Tennis ball and/or lacrosse ball
Schuyler Grant has been practicing and studying yoga for more than 20 years. Her signature style integrates the breath-based flow of Ashtanga with the precision of Iyengar. She is a co-founder of Wanderlust and the founder of Kula Yoga Project, and is dedicated to bringing her students deep and transformative mind-body experiences.