Hello beautiful world. My name is Daniel. I am a vinyasa teacher at Balanzs. I am also trained in Ashtanga and Kundalini. I started practicing yoga for over five years. I met my Guru at a studio I worked at. After I was certified I started working with students one on one. I just recently took up teaching in the class rooms this year. I found yoga stimulating in many aspects of my life. The philosophies of yoga spoke to my heart. The way we create these negative patterns and how yoga helps us identify them blew me away. It was like therapy to me. The breath and mental control aspect of yoga stimulated my mind. I have ADHD. Quieting my mind is one of the hardest tasks that yoga pushes me to embrace. The physical endurance and patience spoke to my body. I began to love and respect myself deeper. Yoga has allowed me to see the light in others because i see the light in myself. I want to give the same to my students. I hope that they can be inspired the same way I am.
A vinyasa flow dedicated to exploring and stretching of the hips. Feel your hips and enjoy!
A vinyasa inspired class that will be geared towards back stretches and lower back strengthening.
A vinyasa flow practice all about the upper body. Focus on shoulders, back, and core in a fun flow with strengthening mixed in.
This is a vinyasa flow that will be faster paced and geared toward creating heat in the core.
A light hearted vinyasa flow with dynamic movements to keep the darkest doubts at bay
Follow a vinyasa sequence and stretches stimulating the chest and throat openers.
The difference between yoga and other forms of movement is that in yoga we move with a clear intention. Our intention in this class is to find the appropriate balance of effort and ease.
This is a guided meditation creating stability and foundation for good practice. We will try and create a fluid and free mind that will allow us to let go of unnecessary tension.
A challenging class that is about holding poses a little bit longer. As a reminder that not only do we have to push through the physical discomforts of life, but also our emotions. This gives us the tools to remind ourselves that we can persevere through the harder times.
A class as a reminder that our worth isn't measured in the outcome; it's measured in our effort. Together we will make an effort to better ourselves on our mats.
Follow a guided meditation on letting go of the expectations that we place on ourselves and others.
This class will be focused on Shoulders. This will mostly cover strengthening with pronating and retracting in different asanas.
This class will focus on the internal and external rotation of the hips. The class will consist of a flow followed by an exercise to increase mobility at home.
This class is a nice gentle flow with an ease that allows the mind and body to let go into the postures.
This class will focus on different twists that will help detox and cleanse the body.
We will be focusing on the quad exercises for strengthening and stretching.
this class will be about testing balances more difficult poses while embracing that yoga is not perfection. It's the practice that's the important part.
A guided meditation to embrace imperfections and alleviate the stress of feeling the need for perfection.
This class will be a short but intense yoga cardio class. This class is guaranteed to make you sweat.
This class will be focused on controlling the breath in more challenging asanas.
Follow this guided meditation to explore the benefits of expansion through the lungs and mind.
Join this gentle flow to expand the chest, throat, mind, and body while exploring several asanas.
A guided restorative flow that will show gratitude to your body.
The best gift to give yourself for the holiday. Instead of focusing on gifts for the holidays, focus on the gratitude of what we have.
Core strengthening class to move, strengthen and connect to your center!
A quick and difficult workout for your core using moves inspired by yoga.
A class that is geared towards those runners out there. We will be focusing on specific calf stretches to open up the legs.