During this sequence we will work towards Svarga Dvidasana, Bird of Paradise. Bird of Paradise requires a strong core, open hips, shoulders, and flexible hamstrings. We will open up the shoulders so you can approach the binds necessary to hold the leg in this standing balance, and then move into the hamstrings so you can extend into the fullest version of the pose. Be prepared to sweat and work hard as we flow through this sequence. One block and a strap are suggested.
Two gay men living in St. Tropez have their lives turned upside down when the son of one of the men announces he is getting married. They try conceal their lifestyle and their ownership of the drag club downstairs when the fiancée and her parents come for dinner.
This class will get you flowing through traditional sun salutes which will warm up the body for a vareity of standing, twising and balancing poses. Peak Poses: Eagle, Crow and Half-Moon. After the class, you should feel detoxified, energized, strong, and relaxed.
"First recording of english vocal ensemble led by Crhistopher Page. Their vocal sound is a conscious blend of "scrupulously accurate" tuning, sensitive phrasing, careful rhythmic articulation, and a bright and clear vocal production. "
The Caribbean Jazz Project has built its reputation by forging a colorful blend of Latin and Caribbean styles. Although the band's lineup has continued to evolve on Birds of a Feather, vibraphonist Dave Samuels, trumpeter Ray Vega, percussionist Robert Quintero, drummer Dafnis Prieto, and bassist Ruben Rodriguez remain from the original incarnation. A number of guests, including trumpeter Randy Brecker, guitarist Romero Lubambo, and drummer Mark Walker help fill out the arrangements. With all of the high profile talent here, it's important to remember that Birds of a Feather worries less over standout solos than the overall tapestry.