Roots of Foundation Video
Roots of Foundation

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Roots of Foundation

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This vinyasa practice with Troy Hadeed will ground you and then challenge the very foundation you have built. You begin by building some heat, getting you into your feet, and then explore some balancing poses before bringing it down. Ask yourself, where does your pose begin, and what’s your reaction when you don’t meet your expectations?

Props: 2 blocks

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nmaryleb40, posted on March 28, 2016

First time doing this as I always do your re-discovering practice. This was great and peaceful and reminder why I began yoga some odd years ago. Thank you for your presence, for introducing the philosophical perspectives we should be cognizant about and for being a blessing.

yogival, posted on September 12, 2015

I really enjoyed this practice, Troy. I love the focus on foundation and breath, which seems to be lost with so many practices today. I especially like your message about observing our own personal foundation and seeing how it serves us. I have recently realized that I need to make changes to my personal foundation, and your message only furthered my motivation. Thank you for your beautiful words and asanas!

patriciandc, posted on August 24, 2015

Thank you for the words of wisdom, Troy. I really appreciate that your videos ground the mind, body, and breath. Namaste

frannath4, posted on July 14, 2015

This was just what I needed. Thank you! Just before I started I nearly turned it off thinking I can't do this right now. Thankfully I didn't and as you said during the practice often what we feel we can't do is just what we need.

Tata, posted on July 4, 2015

Thank you Troy for such mindful teaching

Jayrae, posted on June 28, 2015

Great practice. It was a great prep for pranayama practice and savasana. The alignment cueing was just what my body needed. Thank you.

OneLove2002, posted on June 20, 2015

It is always a treat for me to see that Troy has a new video. I really appreciate his approach to yoga and to life. Thank you Troy. Namaste.

jsharpenstein, posted on June 19, 2015

Thank you for your message, your attention to the foundation, and slowing down. It truly helped me experience the nuances of the asanas.

tarshshiatsu, posted on June 19, 2015

Glorious practice this morning with the morning sun igniting my soul. Thank you Troy for your gift!

6impossiblethings, posted on June 18, 2015

The balance of the internal focus, physical foundation and movement was wonderful - a beautiful moving meditation

NicoleUrdang, posted on June 18, 2015

I love how you really allow us to languish in a pose and explore it with breath and posture.
Thank you!

B-health, posted on June 16, 2015

thank you for all you bring to my practice; wisdom, balance, breathe and acceptance.
Namaste,
Andrea.

janineeagon, posted on June 16, 2015

Thank you for an amazing, blessed practice!

ocotod2012, posted on June 16, 2015

I very much appreciate the slower pace of your practices. I really feel like I connect more deeply with what I'm doing. Thank you.

Skettihoops, posted on June 16, 2015

What an amazing practice. More classes from Troy please! Thankyou

EeeGee, posted on June 17, 2015

Amazing instructions and a peaceful and empowering message - thank you, Troy for this wonderful practice. I have never felt so solid + stable in Warrior II as I did today, thanks to your cues - wow, what a difference it made! This slower paced practice is exactly what my body needs: sometimes my mind tells me I need to faster paced practices, but the deep down truth is that my body craves and deeply benefits from classes like yours. Thanks again for sharing you gift here!

jkimpton, posted on June 15, 2015

I've been waiting for a new practice from you Troy and as usual, it was beautiful. Thank you. Another one to add to my favorites.

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