The world would be a better place with more Linda Baffa's in it. She is The Green Yogi's go to girl for a sweet smile, a refreshing flow, and a beautiful song that makes savasana oh so sweet!.
Linda Baffa is a singer, a mama, a foodie, a free spirit, and a soul seeker. She has been practicing and studying all styles of yoga and meditation for over 20 years, and teaching for over 13 years. Residing currently in Santa Barbara, she guides numerous weekly yoga and meditation classes for students of all ages. However, her greatest passion in sharing these practices is found through leading transformative and healing retreat experiences around the world. Through strong, yet nurturing guidance, Linda's offerings are accessible, challenging, and peaceful all at once. She encourage students to dive deep and tune inward, witnessing their patterns, what shifts they might need, and how they can be the best version of themselves. Aside from yoga, Linda is an accomplished singer-songwriter and enjoys connecting the beauty of music with the beauty of yoga, often chanting lullabies in savasana.
Linda Baffa's Latest Classes
Come to this shorter sequence for a modified, yet strong sequence. This class is great for beginners or those who want a slower paced vinyasa flow.
Understanding the natural alignment in your neck is key for preventing detrimental damage to your cervical spine and to your delicate nerves. This simple understanding can save you years of pain or expensive trips to the chiropractor! Also, we discuss using a blanket (or two!) as an option in your shoulder stand to give you some safe support for the neck.
Most of us live with tight hamstrings because we use them all the time for daily functions such as sitting, walking, standing, etc... When a muscle feels tight, it is important not to overstretch it, because it can lead to tearing. Sometimes tearing happens instantly and sometimes it happens over a long period of time. Give your tight hamstrings a break with these simple modifications. Remind yourself that your body's flexibility will adjust and become more limber with time, practice and patience, but in the mean time, be kind to your hamstrings and keep your body safe from injury!