Sean Gray

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Sean Gray’s teaching draws from the study of various characteristics of yoga including the eight limbs, chakra awareness, and meditation amongst many others. Sean grew up surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding, playing sports, and raising hell. He was reluctantly introduced to yoga in 2001, but after a humbling experience, was quickly hooked. And since then has committed himself to his practice, and is dedicated to sharing what he has learned along his path. In his class you can expect to be pleasantly challenged in a safe and approachable way, gently guiding yourself deeper into your practice. Today Sean teaches Vinyasa Flow & Ashtanga for YogaWorks in Los Angeles, as well as leads workshops and retreats worldwide. – See more at: http://www.internationalyoga.com/retreats/highlights-of-north-india-with-sean-gray/#sthash.vRUPsyeS.dpuf

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