There is a story of Buddha meditating along India’s Ganges River. He overheard a music teacher explaining to his student how to tune a lute. “Not too loose, or else no sound will come forth from the string; not to tight, or else the string will break.” This simple yet profound lesson found in Buddhism and many other mindfulness practices around the world is known as ‘The Middle Way.’ It represents personal, creative and spiritual integration along our life journey by finding the balance point between two extremes. When we can find this balance between rooting and blooming, form and flow, active and receptive, we find ourselves living into an open, creative state that is full of possibility. This sequence asks you to explore this idea of your own ‘middle way’ through a full-spectrum practice that focuses on balance poses and finding your center within the flow.