Megan Cordone-Greene

Megan was introduced to yoga early in her dance studies and has continued to practice asana, meditation, and breathing practices for over 12 years. It was not until 2015 when Megan studied her 200-hour certification at Yoga District and began offering yoga to her massage therapy clients and adolescent dancers to prevent injuries and reduce pain. Megan loves sharing her love and passion for meditative movement and breathwork through vinyasa, restorative, Iyengar, and Dharma styles of yoga. She is grateful to be a part of the Karma Yoga community and to serve the Falls Church City neighborhood.
Megan Teaches...

Yin Yoga

In this 60-minute yin yoga class, poses are held for 3-5 minutes in order to target connective tissue such as ligaments, tendons, bone, and fascia. As opposed to yang yoga – our power vinyasa and sculpt classes, which primarily work the muscle tissues. The yin practice begins where the yang practice ends – with a focus on stillness, surrender, and surfing the edge of comfort and discomfort. Both practices focus on breath, and bringing awareness into the body.You might be asking what style of yoga you need. The answer is both. At times when you have been still or inactive for long periods of time (i.e. sitting behind a desk at a computer) the benefits of a yang practice will be evident. And then when life has been a roller coaster and frantic, the benefits of yin become evident.

Power Vinyasa

Baptiste Power “Vinyasa” Yoga is the primary yoga practice at Karma Yoga. Created by Baron Baptiste after years of study and practice, a flow called Journey into Power (JIP) combines fitness and yoga and includes the best from the East and the West. Vinyasa is the flow that occurs when we connect movement with breath. In the practice of power yoga each cycle of breath sets the tempo of movement and creates momentum. Momentum builds heat and cardiovascular health. Each pose, and the pose between each pose, occurs with an inhale or an exhale. There is fluidity in vinyasa that brings freedom to the body and a “moving meditation” that frees your mind. You will find that even in relative stillness, each moment of vinyasa has movement and holds opportunity for exploration. In vinyasa you will think less and be more, staying out of your head and letting your body and soul shine. Creativity and discovery await if you surrender, let go, and flow.

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