Turning Inward To Reach Out

60 Min


In my book Close To OM (look for it coming from St. Martin’s Press) I say that we turn inward ultimately so that we can reach out. We have to start with our self and our own awareness and accountability so that we have something to offer one another. ¶ In this practice, Turning Inward To Reach Out, we use the poses as a somatic (bodily) reminder to show up for ourselves so we can show up for each other. We literally turn inward with internally rotated postures and then turn out with externally rotated poses to let this universal message settle deep into our fabric. Oh, and I promise we’ll have fun too (in case you’re worried). There will be options to add flourishes like arm balances and inversions if that’s your thing, and we’ll visit a bit of core work. Ultimately we land in a restorative finish and you’ll crawl out of savasana inwardly satiated and ready to reach out.

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Rudy often describes himself as “obsessed” with yoga and it is clearly evident in his teaching. Utilizing his experiences both on and off the mat, he inspires students to challenge their perceived boundaries while respecting their limitations. As he guides students within the class, he carefully breaks down each movement, finding myopic muscle and energetic actions to achieve the most.
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