Warrior Flow

Adrian Molina founded Warrior Flow when noticed that there was a community of New Yorkers following him around town in search of something that he didn’t even know he was offering. He was teaching more than 600 students per week, and saw that the common thread was that most of them were in search of calm and tools to slow down their busy lives. And they were also building communities among themselves. Beyond the health benefits of practicing yoga, creating a nurturing space where everyone felt welcomed was what inspired Adrian to develop Warrior Flow. Soon the brand began to grow beyond the classroom, expanding to encompass international retreats, teacher trainings, and online offerings.
The word Warrior is common in the yoga tradition, with many postures bearing the name Warrior. But Adrian’s choice of the word Warrior was more inspired be the Tibetan tradition, specifically by the Shambhala teachings of Chögyam Trungpa, who defines a Warrior not as someone aggressive or tough but someone who is open, tender, and faces life's challenges with dignity, equanimity and boundless compassion.
After meeting his husband — the author and former Buddhist monk Dennis Hunter — Adrian moved to Miami Beach. Warrior Flow continued growing, with an online platform reaching 40K followers, offering everything from daily quotes and inspiration to online yoga classes. In the Miami area, Warrior Flow has offered community yoga classes in partnership with Lincoln Road, WeWork, DayBreaker, Equinox, The Perez Art Museum, 1111Vibe, New World Symphony, and the City of Doral. Both Dennis and Adrian are yoga and meditation instructors, Reiki practitioners, and sound therapists. They have partnered with Kula for Karma, a nonprofit organization that offers therapeutic yoga and meditation to populations in need. Through Kula, Adrian and Dennis offer specialized trainings in therapeutic yoga for trauma and addiction.
As Warrior Flow continues to expand beyond the studio walls and into the world, Adrian and Dennis and the Warrior Flow team are bridging the gap between yoga and community outreach by creating classes, programs, and events that develop community and emphasize civic responsibility.

Adrian Molina
Adrian Molina has over 15,000 hours of classroom teaching experience. Adrian is renowned for the sophistication and depth of his teaching style and the degree of mindfulness, compassion and precision he brings to asana practice. He is also a writer, massage therapist, Thai Massage practitioner, Reiki healer, and a Kriya Yoga meditation practitioner in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda.

Dennis Hunter
For over 12 years, Dennis has taught meditation, mindfulness and Buddhist studies in classes, workshops, retreats, teacher trainings, private sessions and online. A former monk who lived for two years under the guidance of Pema Chödrön in her monastery in Canada, his background also includes practice and study in Advaita-Vedanta nondual philosophy, Kabbalah, and other spiritual traditions. Dennis is author of "You Are Buddha: A Guide to Becoming What You Are".
Warrior Flow is challenging and methodical, and has become one of the most popular yoga classes at Equinox gyms. Each class offers a full-body workout but, more importantly, encourages students to integrate a strong body with a peaceful mind and an open heart.

The physical practice of yoga means nothing if it is not joined with a mind that is compassionate and free of judgment. One of the original meanings of the word ‘yoga’ is ‘union’: the harmonious synchronization of mind, body and spirit. Adrian strives to create the environment for that union to take place.

Adrian is also a meditation practitioner and incorporates that element into Warrior Flow, which — like all true yoga — is a form of moving meditation. His aspiration, and his motivation for teaching, is to help his students realize the true potential of their practice outside the four walls of the yoga studio and to bring more wisdom and peace into their everyday lives and their interactions with others in the world. - See more at: http://www.warriorflow.com/bio/#sthash.sQbClXtE.dpuf

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