As the cold winter draws us inside, we tend to find ourselves spending more time in front of our computer screens and phones. When we sit with the shoulders slumped forward and a rounded spine, this shape then causes the heart center to close, blocking emotions and creativity from flowing. This may result in an unwillingness to forgive and let things go. To counteract these effects, join Ashton as she guides you though a flowing yoga series using breathwork and specific asanas (yoga poses) focusing on the heart and upper back, then ending with a guided meditation. This practice will help to expand your chest and ribcage making them more receptive, free, and help to relieve pain in the shoulders and upper back.
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