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4 Gates: Exuberance

Episode 3
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This vinyasa class with Kate Potter ignites energy and enthusiasm in the body. In this practice, Kate's signature breath body link and creative sequencing builds the bridge between your heart and mind. Experience the freedom of letting go. This practice is best practiced consistently to learn the sequence and enjoy the benefits.

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cheryl1748, posted on January 30, 2016

I enjoyed this practise and did it every morning this week. It seemed that each day I heard something new and my body responded to that. Thank you Kate for such clear instructions & cues. I enjoy your classes and will try a one week challenge on some of your other ones. That is a great idea!
T

katepotter, posted on March 17, 2016

That is an excellent way to practice. To do the same practice every day and see what you get out of it that is different is a brilliant brilliant way. Thanks for your comment, and so sorry it took a while to respond I've been away in silence, and now soon, on tour teaching. If you are in FL and or in WI, or want to check other retreats go to my site www.katepotteryoga.ca. Thanks.

manuelgarza, posted on January 28, 2016

This gentle "breath body link" flow produces amazing results. I did the Exuberance practice before lunch and it totally gave me the exuberance I needed for the rest of the day. I love it and it will be part of my repertoire. This is why I stay with Gaia.

katepotter, posted on January 28, 2016

That is tremendous to hear! Thanks for your enthusiastic response.

Kate

Cclifford1965, posted on January 21, 2016

Loved the variation of warrior poses and the gentle flows. I really do feel exuberant!

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

Wonderful. Keep up the practice, and try it some time when you are feeling dull or distracted. I hope it passes the test.

Kate

seansgirl88, posted on January 20, 2016

taking this with me all week long!

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

I think it is excellent to try the same practice every day for a week. You will feel it entirely different. Some days extremely effective and some days , maybe just so so. We are such wonderfully complicated systems working in and out of balance. Thanks for your commitment.

Best, Kate

nanette.g, posted on January 20, 2016

However in the beginning stretches she did not do both sides equally. Does any one edit the classes or do you just throw them out for content? I have found some of these discretion in several classes. Not that this was not a good fun class and teachers in studio session don't make mistakes but I think there should be a bit of quality control.

HeidiV@Gaia, posted on January 27, 2016

@NANETTE.G - Our sincere apologies for missing this. Thank you for letting us know about it, we are fixing the video and will replace it as soon as it is ready.

~Heidi

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

Thanks for your comment and I take your point. It would be a shame to throw the practice out for the sake of that mistake though. Perhaps a note up front ? This sequence is a part of a four part series. 4 GATES...4 ways of entering gardens in our memeory and 4 ways to pattern in belief. We filmed the 4 all on one day over a year ago in Vancouver , CANADA. The head office is now in Colorado so a quick fix is not even possible. The great thing about a live class is the students can call to the teacher. " Kate, you forgot such and such on this side!".

I encourage you to disagree but I had a teacher in India who always reminded us..." Its good to make mistakes and also good not to br obsessed with same thing side to side. Don't encourage the students to fixate, as if balance is a fixed target. The truth is we are not ever entirely semetrical, and should not worry about it (unless of course we are applying Yoga as Therapy).

Sorry about the mistake though. I wish I could do it again all the same. Kate

K

seansgirl88, posted on January 17, 2016

exuberance and yes! i love this simple practice, which is really not so simple if you are engaging everything you tell us to! I think sometimes we forget the complexities in the "simple" poses. Are any of them truly simple?
I look forward to carrying this practice forward every day this week. Thank you Kate Potter! namaste

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

I am so encouraged that you understand so well. I remember as a young and serious student , I could break into a sweat in the most delicate of poses, just through sheer concentration and resistance. Nowadays I look for ease of being, ease in finding currants in the body while I practice

Best to you in your never ending journey. Kate

k1m, posted on January 17, 2016

Don't know why this is ranked vinyasa and intermediate 2,3 as this was all basic stuff. Not a fan of the fast pace sequence, I'd rather stay in a pose for a few breaths and really stretch my muscles

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

Yes good, great for people to know this is a simple practice and moves gently, and does not stay in one place too long.

Best. Kate

rashel, posted on January 16, 2016

This practice was easy to follow and did not over-tax my muscles.

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

Perfect!!! Just what I wanted. Thanks. Kate

Apanakhi, posted on January 16, 2016

Kate, I'm going through treatment for brain cancer and these beautiful breath-body connections help me re-unite my body and my mind. I began today's practice feeling frustrated and discouraged, but your "Yes" positions and movements uplift me. Thank you.

katepotter, posted on January 24, 2016

Dear One. This is tremendous of you to let me and others know. Thank you. I know there is never any comparing of illness or suffering, but I. Had brain damage from meningitis a few years back and was so completely blown away by the progress I made using my simple practices. I wish you every success in every part of this journey. Please do stay connected and if you get well enough come to a retreat with me posted at www.katepotteryoga.ca.

In faith , Kate

petmyrhino, posted on January 14, 2016

Not sure why it is ranked level 2,3. More like level 1 with basic moves.. Still, very enjoyable practice with Kate's signature breath-body one breath-one movement link.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on January 21, 2016

Thank you for writing! We have adjusted this so it is now listed as Level 2-Moderate.

Namaste,
SuzannaB@Gaia

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