This high-flying practice combines elements of traditional Ashtanga Yoga with a playful twist, taking your yoga experience to new heights as you sweat, smile, and soar!
Rocket Yoga is a dynamic and challenging style of yoga that incorporates postures from the Ashtanga Yoga primary and intermediate series. It is all about breaking free from rigid structures and exploring your body's potential to achieve strength, flexibility, and balance.
The sequences are intelligently designed to build strength, improve flexibility, and enhance body awareness. You will find the movement energising, fluid, and invigorating, allowing you to tap into your inner power and soar to new heights. While the traditional Ashtanga series can be intense, Rocket Yoga offers modifications and variations, making it suitable for practitioners of all levels.
Rocket Yoga is not just a fun and playful practice; it also offers a myriad of benefits for your mind, body, and spirit.
The playful nature of this practice encourages you to let go of inhibitions, embrace your inner child, and find joy in each pose. It's a reminder that yoga doesn't always have to be serious; it can be a lighthearted journey filled with laughter and smiles.
As you flow through the dynamic Rocket sequences, your mind becomes fully engaged in the present moment. The combination of movement, breath, and focus cultivates mental clarity, improves concentration, and reduces stress. You'll find that stepping off the mat, your mind is calmer and more focused.
Whether you're a seasoned yogi looking to spice up your routine or a beginner wanting to explore a dynamic and accessible yoga style, Rocket Yoga has something to offer. With modifications available for all levels, it's a practice that encourages self-discovery and personal growth!
Ready to take an exhilarating journey to the stars?
Zoe Porter is bringing her hugely popular Yin and Rocket Yoga Masterclass to New Energy Yoga on 16th July. There are still a couple of spaces available to book if you are intrigued to give it a try. All levels welcome except complete beginners.
Published on Tuesday 4th July 2023 at 11:40