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Are you ready to begin a simple empowerment challenge that can help you find harmony and balance…while sacrificing literally nothing? This challenge requires very little in terms of times – just a few minutes a day. And in seven days, you can expect strong shifts in your circulation and centering.


Together, we’ll move through seven poses with descriptive guidance that can help you stay focused and maintain your breathing as you visualize each position.


You may want to continue after the challenge is over, but first, let’s focus on taking the next seven days one stepone minute, and one pose at a time. When you’re ready to begin, click the button below!

bright heart means wide shoulders, an open chest, and a forward-looking, upward-seeking feeling that begins in the torso and rises toward the sky.

This 30-60 minute yin yoga sequence will help relax the spine from the base up through the shoulder blades and will calm, strengthen and center the muscle groups of the core and upper chest.

Dedicate just one to three minutes per side for each of these centering, widening, and strength-building poses and move as far as you can through the sequence!

Ready to join the challenge?

Join us as we follow Avani through a series of fluid, connected poses that will relax the hips and lumbar spine and gently stretch the ligaments of the lower core and pelvic floor.

The series will begin with the supine pigeon and the dragonfly and end with a savasana within about an hour.

Download the PDF and when you’re ready, find a place beside a wall, and let Avani guide you through each pose.

Are you ready to begin the sequence?

Can’t decide on a Yoga Teacher Training?

Yoga Teacher Training is a deep and life-changing journey and the task of sifting through the sea of yoga training programs available today can be overwhelming.

But don’t stress! We’ve got you covered!

Whether you’re looking into a 200 hour program or you’re ready to deepen your teaching practice with a 300 hour program, our 6 Steps Toward Your Perfect Yoga Teacher Training guide will give you the boost you need to give an enthusiastic, full body “YES!” to the one that’s right for you!

You’ve Chosen The Life-Changing, Soul-Quenching, Heart-Expanding Journey Of A Yoga Teacher Training…

Now, where do you go? Wading through the sea of training options can be overwhelming, but if you’ve made up your mind that international immersion is the style that’s for you, why not combine a tropical adventure with your training experience?

Ever wonder why so many are drawn to Costa Rica for their deep inner yoga journey? In our 6 Reasons Costa Rica is Your Top Pick for Yoga Teacher Training guide, you’ll see why Costa Rica is definitely where it’s at when you’re ready to train on the mat.


And your guides are likely trying to tell you so. Imagine what it would feel like if things just “clicked,” you served a sacred purpose and you enjoyed the hard work of it!?

This is the beauty of aligning with Dharma.

So how can you tell if you’re there or at the least headed in the right direction? Get our free guide to checkout the telltale signs that YOU just might be aligning with your Dharma.


Even the coolest of cucumbers can revert to unhealthy patterns when the sympathetic nervous system is in overdrive and there is no time for complicated rituals or step-by-step processes when you need a peaceful moment, STAT!

Download our 7 Simple Practices to Maintain Your Zen When the Going Gets Toughguide with fail-proof practices that are simple, powerful and peaceful..and then head back out into the world and slay as the cool, calm and collected creature that you are.

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