Aqua Yoga
Super low impact
Ideal for people with joint pain
Improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion.

Water has a buoyant effect which the takes the pressure of a person's weight
off the joints, alleviating pain or discomfort during exercising.

The body bears less weight in the water, so the muscles are relaxed
and therefore can be stretched and strengthened
with less incidence of injury.

Who can benefit?
People with arthritis, hip and or knee replacements, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy, anxiety, depression, pre-natal, post-natal,
post-surgery, people with difficulty balancing, sciatica, and beginners
as well as people who already have a regular practice.

No matter what you do in the pool, your body benefits from healthy movement. Your skin also improves with regular swimming, which not many people realize.

7 Benefits of swimming for your skin!
Improves Circulation
Gently Exfoliates
Prevents Acne
Removes Toxins
Heals Skin Cells
Removes Oils/Deep Cleansing
Encourages Moisturizer Use
The new moon (intension setting time)
will enter Scorpio on November 4th. Let's explore the
massive backbend of Scorpion Pose with more ease in the water.

Are you ready to take the plunge?
This is a salt water pool, heated and shallow, perfect for Aqua Yoga. Swim around first to warm up and get really comfortable in the water. Don't take yourself too seriously:)
Exhale slowly to sink into the water and find your buoyancy.
Extend the legs out into, Upavistha Konasana phase I, wide angle forward fold preparation. 
Float with you lungs half full. Hold your breath.
Bob up to the surface and take a breath. As you sink, exhale slowly and cross your legs into Sukhasana, easy crossed legged, or Padmasana, Lotus Pose, and then touch your thumb to your pointer finger tip in Om mudra.
Find your buoyancy, hold your breath and float.
Level your knees with your hips and enjoy weightlessness!
Release your legs and bob up to the surface for a breath. Lay back and arch your spine from your tailbone to the crown of your head, energize your legs by pointing the toes, create momentum to lay back with a powerful swoosh of your arms.

Exhale just half of your breath initially to go back- big bubbles exhaling shown in the above pic. Then notice I hold the breath in the pic below. No bubbles exhaling. Figure out your buoyancy control.
Open your arms wide, out to your sides, as you swoosh back and arch the crown of your head towards your heels. In the salt water my eyes are open
and I'm looking for the floor of the pool.
Hover your chest parallel to the floor of the pool and in that pause of momentum,
allow yourself to sink by exhaling a little air.
Set up your hands underneath your shoulders as you gently sink, at the same time
navigate your torso vertically.
Small stream of bubbles exhaling to get grounded. Place your hands squarely under your shoulders on the pool floor and start lifting your legs keeping your torso vertically upright.
Once your legs are extended straight up, accelerate up by straightening your arms.
Keep your face parallel to the floor.
Stabilize by making your hands parallel to each other. Small stream of bubbles exhaling.
Keep your face parallel to the floor.
Slowly start to arch the spine letting your legs soften back to hover over your head.
Keep your toes pointed and drop your heels towards the back of your head into Vrschikasana, Scorpion pose. Exhale deeply to stay grounded and sink into the pose.
Keep dropping the heels back and down, exhaling a lot,
start to soften your neck and the backbend.
Release the pose by softening the arms, the neck, the arch in your spine,
yet keep the legs active and toes pointed.
Stay relaxed in the transition. Keep exhaling until you head is upright.
Bob up to the surface for a breath.
Relax your spine in a neutral position and thank your photographer!
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