Elvis Garcia's "Open Up" Online Video Workouts on Alo Moves

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About the Single Class

This 30-minute Hatha class will help counteract some of the postures we place ourselves in on a daily basis: slouched over our phone, on a chair, and a variety of other situations that naturally hunch our spine. In this class, you will learn how to move your shoulders back and open up the front body - especially the upper chest.

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Elvis was born in Guadalajara, Mexico and was raised in Wenatchee, Washington. For Elvis, yoga is an extension of his passion for movement and his love of the performing arts. Just as a performer must find strength and stability in the preparation leading to the final performance, Elvis finds the same joy in building the basics of an asana practice as a base to flourish into a beautiful expression of movement. He holds a high regard for the simplicity of the practice, for not only does everything you need lie in the basics, but it is also where beauty and clarity are found.

Elvis was trained by Annie Carpenter and aligns his instruction style and yoga values with the SmartFLOW methodology, which blends the discipline of classic yoga with anatomic awareness and fluid transitions.

He now resides in Seattle, where he owns and teaches at his yoga studio, Seattle Yoga Lounge, in the Greenlake neighborhood.

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28 min 49 sec
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Classes

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    This is a 9-minute preview of Elvis' "Open Up' class.
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    Open Up (28:49)

    This 30-minute Hatha class will help counteract some of the postures we place ourselves in on a daily basis: slouched over our phone, on a chair, and a variety of other sit...