September 17, 2020, 12pm ET
Yoga props can make poses more accessible for every body, and open up new ways for teachers to be creative with familiar movements. Grab two blocks (or block-alternatives), a couple blankets (or bath towels), and get ready for some prop play in this active workshop.
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Amy Norton (RYT 200) received her 500-hour certification at Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in New York City, where she taught for 15 years. She draws on her dance background to create alignment-based vinyasa sequences, focusing on finding the strength and stability that allow flow to happen.
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