Brittany stumbled (literally) onto her mat in 2009 and for the first time in her life heard the phrase "as you are, you are enough". She was hooked. She completed her 200-hour Power Vinyasa training in 2013 and her 500-hr training in 2020. She is passionate about functional anatomy, intuition, and very bad jokes. In her classes you can expect creative sequencing, humor, and a constant reminder that your human-ness is your greatest gift.
Mid-Day Full Body Flow with Brittany Kincius (Level 1/2)
This 30-minute practice is the perfect sequence to get you out of your (work)day and into your body. Move through some simple flows as you build to a bound version of pyramid pose. This class is appropriate for newer practitioners familiar with basic postures (down dog, warrior 2, forward fold, e...
Balancing & Backbends with Brittany Kincius (Level 2)
This 60 minute flowing practice breaks down several of the component parts needed to find space and stability in backbends. Dancer is the focus as we move through several Level 2 sequences to open the heart, strengthen the legs, and prepare the low back.
This short & sweet session will leave you feeling far more knowledgeable on the functionality of the hip joint! We will use drills and props to encourage more body awareness and attention to detail as we move through our full range of hip mobility.
Yoga Anatomy Class 3 with Brittany - The Shoulders
Prepare to have your mind blown as we dig into the anatomy and function of both the shoulder socket and shoulder blade structure. Drills and props make learning the movements of the shoulder a breeze. This class will truly inform your movements both on and off the mat.
As we tie information from parts 1 through 3 together, you will be introduced to a few more challenging postures. The invitation is to use your new vocab, drill, and prop knowledge to feel your way into an inversion or two!
Join us for this interactive lesson on the functions of the spine! We will cover the 6 individual movement patterns of the spine as well as learn several drills to help strengthen and stabilize the literal backbone of your practice.