Mar 7, 2021

Here is another healthy, whole-body flow that happens to target the abdominal wall. You’ll also visit with bhujapidasana, or shoulder pressure pose, with the option to move into tittibhasana and then crow. The last 20 minutes are dedicated to poses that lull the brain into a restful state, gently opening the hips, legs & groin. I’m so glad you’re here! Have a great week.

16 Responses

  1. The feeling I would love more of would be awareness. This practice helps me to stay present in my everyday life. A gift greater than anything. Thank you for everything Leigha! I appreciate you and the vibes you inhabit everyday 🙂

  2. The feeling that I named that I wouldn’t mind moving toward in more and more moments in my day is, “The Ocean.” 😀

  3. Hi Leigha,
    Thank you for this hour – I was challenged, I laughed at myself a few times and I felt deeply restored. Yoga cultivates in me a sense of security in myself and the world around me – a sense that that all is well and will continue to be so. It’s that fleeting feeling I want to maintain.

  4. Thanks for another great practice, a nice blend of challenging core work and relaxing restorative poses. I’m celebrating gratitude and joy, a profound sense of well being.

  5. Hello Leigha, thank you for this wonderful practice, it is definitely a new favourite and will be on my repeat list. My words were forgiveness and release.
    Have a good one,

  6. Thank you for this offering!

    I felt a sense of embodiment, of feeling deeply present in my body (amidst a day of tapping on a keyboard and endless conference calls). With my hands on my heart center, I felt the beat of my heart and felt such joy at the miracle of being in this body. Gratitude and embodiment.

    Big love from Oakland <3

  7. Thank you for this heat building, core firing practice Leigha! I’d like to move towards being able to except when my body has done, and had enough. Also to more regularly be grateful for what my body can already do, not be frustrated or impatient with what it’s striving towards! Hope that makes sense?! Thanks again

  8. Well, I love mathematical complexity, so I am not headed for a peaceful place. But I made it through the hour and the same ending. Thank you for the honest encouragement, it helps me stay in the mat.

  9. What a great class! Thank you! In response to your question, I’d like to move towards Joy and Gratefulness. Moving towards these feelings will help me to quell negative thoughts! Thanks!

  10. Thank you for another great class! I can’t believe all that I’ve achieved with one year of yoga and when I get frustrated that I still don’t have my full splits or wheel back I remind myself that I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be.

  11. Trying to move towards “non-judgement”…myself and all… Accepting life as is.

    Love all the changes you’ve made to your site!

    Block assisted reclined cobbler’s pose really hit the spot.

    Thank you Leah.

  12. Thank you for a great class. Ease toward laughter. Big, giant, joyful belly laughs. Sometimes they can be hard to come by.

  13. Thanks so much for another brilliant video.
    A response prompt is a great idea, however having a hard time finding the correct words to describe my ‘feeling I’d like to move closer toward….’ perhaps a kind of ‘calm-sanity’? Nomatter what the word, thanks for helping me achieve that feeling per your yoga classes. They’re simply the best.

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