Build strength and flexibility with this power yoga flow . These days, we lead very forward-facing lives. We walk looking ahead, sit facing forward, and with the invention of smartphones, even the muscles in front of the neck become shorter while also causing tightness in the upper back. The peak posture of this class, Revolved Dancer’s Pose opens the hips, shoulders and heart. Not only does this help lengthen tight muscles, but it also class for strengthening the backline of the body. One-leg balancing postures also require focus to balance. We use two blocks to assist in the transitions between postures , and to help aid in balance. For more advanced variation of this class, remove the blocks and focus more on the pranayama—the breath—to keep the mind still while the body explores these dynamic poses.