In this class Mark encourages you to bring in a deep internal focus. This class is a great recovery practice after an intensive Workout like CrossFit or SEALFIT.
Living a life of longevity and health takes focus and being in tune with your inner world.
Video No. 9
(Legacy Live Class 9)
Guided nostril breathing kicks you off into a short and sweet practice that realigns the spine and releases tension in the pectoral muscles.
This class starts with a seated 9-breath practice that fortifies you. In this practice you get to tend to your energy through the qi gong practices of bringing down the heavens, monk horse stance and simple tai chi movements. Use the force for service and self mastery.
Energy is a more subtle than matter yet we know it exists. In the tradition of yoga and martial arts energy is something to master and tend to. This practice takes you from an energy centered meditation into box breathing and then movement. To connect to the effort you put in the class finishes with a silent meditation.
This class starts with 10 min. of alternate nostril breathing followed by 5 min. of box breathing. If you have tight hips this class is great to help you open them up while developing spinal mobility.
This class starts out with 10 minutes of box breathing to build concentration for the rest of the practice. This is a wonderful blend of Qi Gong and traditional yoga postures. Overall very gentle practice with the power of a headstand at the end.
This class starts with a meditation/contemplation exercise asking you to ponder; what is death, what is birth, and what is life. As you begin to move this effective and gentle practice helps you gain strength and mobility in your hips and shoulders.
This class is focused on balance. Balance postures, development of concentration, and as always focus on breath. Have fun letting go of what was or what will be and spending time in the moment.
Great practice for beginners to advanced. Mark guides you into the mind and embodiment of a Zen warrior Monk. Breathe, be and practice. Practice is how we discover where we are at in the moment.