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This barre class will help you to uncover the weak areas of your body that are causing you have balance issues, particularly from a standing position. Strengthen the foot, ankle, knees, and hips to improve muscle responsiveness and overall joint stability. Experience biomechanical cues to increase overall body awareness using the sponge ball and yoga strap for props.
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Vinyasa style Yoga flow using a variety of standing, seated, and prone / backward bending poses designed to target the hip musculature. Yoga blocks will be used for support and resistance. This is a beginner to intermediate workout
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