Friday, February 23, 2018
It’s part of Warrior Flow’s mission to create positive and nurturing connection to the community. Warrior Flow provides a space for participants to connect to each other and the practice of yoga in beautiful scenarios. Watch founder Adrian Molina and the amazing Miami Beach community of yogis practicing at one of Miami’s landmarks, Lincoln Road. If you are in Miami, join Adrian every Sunday at 10am. Class is free. You just need to bring your mat.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
1- How did you find out about the community yoga class?
I saw the Warrior Flow event on the WeWork rooftop and it sounded like an amazing venue for yoga. It was one of the best classes I've ever attended!
2- How long have you been taking Warrior Flow classes?
I've been taking Warrior Flow classes for several weeks now.
3- How long have you been practicing yoga?
I've practiced on and off for several years but only on a weekly basis. I used to play sitar professionally and found yoga through my music. I've been going almost daily now living in South Beach. It's a great experience being able to do yoga everyday outdoors!
4- Tell us about yourself
I'm a self-employed app developer living in Miami Beach. My company is called Pomegranate Apps and I've been developing apps for iPhone and iPad since the App Store launched in 2008. I have an arts background studying Jazz guitar and sitar before learning programming. I really enjoy all the technical and creative aspects of app development and I'm always looking for new opportunities.
5- Favorite yoga pose?
Full wheel bridge pose.
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