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Low Fly Zone: A Vinyasa Class with Noah Mazé

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Cultivate elastic strength in mind and body in a playfully challenging practice leading up to the arm-balance Eka Pada Koundinyasana II. Expect a dynamic mix of vinyasa and alignment, shoulder and core strengthening, creative use of props, progressive sequencing with stages for all levels, and a passionate call to embody your best self.

Meet Your Teacher

Noah Mazé (ERYT 500) has devoted his life to the subject of yoga. Noah is best known for his clear, precise and methodical teaching style, his tangible knowledge, and his palpable ability to transmit with openness, curiosity, and wit. He co-founded a Yoga Alliance registered yoga school (RYS) now known as “The Mazé Method” with his wife, Tracy. Since that time, the couple has pioneered the creation of a wide spectrum of yoga content that has set the standard for excellence in the world of yoga education.

Noah lives in Los Angeles, along with Tracy, their two children Madeleine and Oliver; at least 4 rescued dogs, and (usually) at least one goldfish. These days Noah bakes bread, grows food, and carves wood in rare pockets of spare time.