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Brian is the curator of this video platform of Boundless Yoga. He is also one of the teachers at the studio and so you may see him from time to time in a video.
Brian's yoga practice reflects his approach to life; Whether he is renovating a house, designing a website, teaching children yoga or honing his mental focus and physical strength through a challenging yoga practice, he is happiest when involved in activities that require a combination of creative and physical energies. Life flows and is more satisfying when challenges are met with a natural curiosity, enthusiasm and humor.
Brian practices and teaches Vinyasa style yoga. He blends strength-building poses and longer held deep stretches in a dynamic flow. Students should be comfortable moving and challenging themselves.
Brian moved to Asheville, North Carolina in 2006. He lived there for 7 years, after living in many places around the country; from New York to California and from Wyoming to South Carolina (as well as Colorado and Connecticut). Some places he enjoyed more than others, but they all had value as a new and exciting experience.
His lmoved in the spring of 2012 to Northeastern Pennsylvania. While maintaining his yoga practice he is developing a AcroYoga practice. The combination of focus, balance, strength and flexibility fits well into his lifestyle.
Brian leads a challenging class that works in a variety of squats and lunges. He throws in a few arm balances and standing balances that utilize the same shapes. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 13th.
Brian leads an flow class that incorporates a few different arm balances. Even if you don’t have arm balances in your practice, you will get the opportunity to test them. This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 29th.
This is a general open level flow that tends toward the more challenging. It is available to all skill levels and if you are newer to the practice, you may be taking some modifications in things like crow pose, dancer pose, malasana or firelog pose. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 6th.
Brian opens the class by explaining the concept of taking your yoga off of your mat and incorporating it into your daily life before taking you through a vigorous, challenging class that is open to most practitioners. This class focuses on building core strength and incorporates some handstand prep drills. It first aired on Facebook Live on June 5th.
Brian leads a general flow class with a bit of challenge including bird of paradise, forearm stand and wheel pose. He speaks in the beginning about enjoying the journey of your experience instead of focusing on the destination. This is more enjoyable and also ensures greater success. This class first aired on Facebook Live on June 3rd.
Brian uses the concept of handstand conditioning for this class. You do not need to have a handstand or even have an interest in being able to handstand to appreciate this class.. Utilizing yoga poses to build strength and flexibility required for handstands. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 9th.
An all-around conditioning yoga class with a few balancing poses and some backbends. The pranayama for the class occurs in a plank pose. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 8th.
Theme is shoulder opening and upper body mobility. The purpose of this class is to bring awareness of movement from the perspective of the shoulder blades (scapula), using stretches, twists and binds.
Working with crow pose. This class will build up to crow and offer some variations. Whether you have a crow pose in your practice or not, you will find value in this practice as we progress towards the pose. This class originally aired on Facebook Live on May 6th.
This offering is a flow class that builds up to forearm stand. We get the body warmed up and there are a few poses that open up the shoulders and then explore a few modified variations as well as the full pose.
Brian explores the idea of working at your edge. That does not mean working your hardest or doing the most challenging pose, but working in a place that makes you slightly uncomfortable. With this in mind, Brian moves into poses in which you can stretch to your limit and then challenge your stability. This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 2nd.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on May 1st. This class hits all of the major body areas and brings in some balance challenge in plank pose and one legged squats. There are also some handstand hops, full wheel and some deep shoulder stretches.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 25th. Brian leads us through a vinyasa class that focuses on the squat position in various configurations and with added complexity. Because it incorporates the same shape with the legs, he offers a brief tutorial on crow pose.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 24th. The focus of this conditioning class is on sides and back of the core. The sequence includes leaning lunge, warrior 3, half moon, over the moon and bridge pose. Pranayama is performed in locust pose.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 22nd. It culminates in 8 limbs pose, or ashtangasana. There are many aspects to this pose that require strength and flexibility and those aspects are broken down and explored throughout the class.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 21st. The theme of the class is working at the end-range of your mobility. Finding strength at the end ranges at the same time extending those end ranges of motion.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 17th. Brian leads us through a vigorous class that has a focus on twists, in lunges, straddle and standing balance. the 1 minute pranyama incorporates twists as well.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 15th. If you only have a 1/2 hour and want to get some steady flow into your system, then this class is for you. Brian runs us through a standard vinyasa, based loosely on the Ashtanga sun salutes.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 15. Brian leads us through a consistently moving class that hits every body part and splits attention between strength and stretch.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on April 10th. The pranayama is combined with flashlights (a great forearm strengthener). This class is an all-around conditioning with a focus on core strength used in leaning poses as well as side crow and malasana binds. This class ends with an illustration of the benefits of centering and meditation.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 8th. This class focuses on backbends. With a steady warmup of the hips and torso, Brian leads us into increasingly challenging backbends. Starting in kneeling and lunge positions, then adding a balance challenge in standing and finally in full wheel, and there is a spacious a lengthy unwinding session at the end.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 4th. It focuses on twists and binds with increasing levels of challenge. Moving from low lunge to high lunge to triangle and perhaps on to bird of paradise, you will have the opportunity to experience how the challenge can impact the pose.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 3rd. Pranayama is practiced in boat pose. This class has a little bit of everything. From core strengthening to standing balance and a few twists. There is a generous warm-down at the end of the class.
This class originally aired on Facebook Live on April 1st. We take a few basic movements and repeat them in various configurations of increasing challenge. It first shows up in tabletop, extending opposite arm and leg and then pulling them in towards each other. Mixed in with the theme, is a flow class with flamingo pose.
This class first aired on Facebook Live on March 31st. It builds slowly and gradually and once it gets going, it has a slow and steady movement that keeps the heart rate up. No one pose is particularly hard, but by maintaining movement, the challenge builds throughout the class.
Originally aired on Facebook Live on March 28th, Brian starts off with a simple lunge sequence that gradually builds in intensity and challenge. He throws in some wrist release and shoulder stretch as well as some balancing squats and crow poses
Brian M. Davis takes us through a vigorous conditioning yoga class. The Pranayama is in a floating table position. The flows focus on core strengthening and hip mobility.