In the Iyengar system we use oppositional movements to create space and freedom in the body. For example, as we extend one part of the body in one direction, we offset it with an equal and opposite movement in the other direction. This class explore that principle in a variety of poses.
Suggested props: Two blocks, belt, wall space
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