Start your daily practice today with this follow along video of a 30 minute Inner Axis sequence.
No previous experience required. On the days you’re short on time, do 20 minutes, 10 minutes or even 5 minutes. Do what you can and your body and mind will thank you for it.
"Meeting Max in several of his workshops the combination of breath, movement and self discovery tools he offered stroke me as profound yet simple (true mastery:) and highly effective: Healing with what we carry within us 24/7: Our breath."
"Learning specific breathing techniques and practices from Max helped me reduce my anxiety and stress level. For years now, I've continued to teach these practices to my clients, to help them with everything from stress and anxiety, to better posture"
"More than anyone else, Max Strom has shaped the focus and direction of my life. He is directly responsible for the depth and breadth of my yoga foundation that serves me everyday as a teacher and in service of others."
“Max Strom is one of the world’s most highly respected and experienced yoga teachers who has brought together an extraordinary system of breath work and physical movement to help counteract the stresses and anxiety of our everyday lives. He gave me a simple but profound technique that transformed and deepened my practice.”
“I thought I knew how to breathe until I experienced Max Strom’s breathing workshop. He guided me to a depth and openness I didn’t know was available. My heart, my breath, my spirit are nourished deeply by his teachings.”
“Imagine finally finding your way back home after being lost for a long time, that is how working with Max makes me feel.”
“Max Strom is a master teacher and guide, profoundly skilled at seeing through the body to the habitual patterns that limit our consciousness. From him, I learned how to breathe, how to invite my body to support me in integrity and most importantly, how to dissolve the barricades around my heart.”
"Of all the yoga teachers I have studied with, Max’s voice shapes my teaching the most. I share his lens which views yoga above all, as a tool for interpersonal and spiritual growth."