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Prasara Instructional: Series 'A' Flows DVD
Prasara Instructional: Series 'A' Flows DVD
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Series 'A' Flows

Prasara – Sanskrit for Flow Without Thought – is one of the three approaches of hatha yoga: Where Asana improves structural integrity and Vinyasa links efficient breathing, Prasara teaches transitional movement. Learning to use these three approaches effectively will catapult your yoga practice into entirely new realms.

Join Scott Sonnon, one of the most influential fitness trainers and coaches of our time, creator of the "World's Smartest Workout" and the man responsible for introducing the Prasara approach to the West, as he walks you through the transitional movements, breath integration and structural alignment of the Series A Flows. The five workouts presented in this DVD provide high intensity, low impact, total-body cardio, strength training, dynamic flexibility and mental focus techniques in one complete package. Create lean, supple muscle without needless bulk!

  • Flock of Pigeons: hip opener, knee and ankle strengthener
  • Diving Dolphin: hamstring and lumbar release, shoulder and neck opener
  • Spider Monkey: chest, shoulders, arms and upper back strengthener
  • Forest: leg, glute and core strengthener
  • Tumbleweed: hip flexor and psoas synergizer, neck relaxer and strengthener

In addition to an instructional section that dissects each of the transitional movements, all five Series A Flows are presented in a beautifully filmed follow-along format that will give you a sense of the grace in movement that is available to you.

Whether you practice yoga for physical fitness, emotional centeredness, mental clarity, or sports performance, Coach Sonnon’s Prasara Instructional DVD will deepen your personal practice in ways you never dreamed possible!

For more information on Prasara, and the Prasara Performance Overview and Breathing Lecture 2-DVD set, please visit Prasara: Flow Without Thought.