May 9, 2021

Firm but oh so soft… This flow gets into your legs before stirring up whole-body heat and then capping it off with big hip and heart opening.

It’s a satisfying one. Good for most levels while offering a challenge with arm balances like galavasana and one-legged crow along with cuing for forearm stand press. 

Find lunging, side squats, wild thing, wild thing-to-wheel, hip flexor & quad releases, open-angled pigeon, mermaid, king pigeon, and chin-stand vinyasas.

Sweet gratitude all the way through.

15 Responses

  1. This practice was amazing. I missed the funky transitions and challenging flows that you craft in your practices. I’m up for more of these. Thank you 🙂

  2. It’s so true that we all should thank each other for putting in the time and effort to release our own tension. The world would be so much more pleasurable if we all just regularly released our tension in healthy ways like this here yoga class.

  3. Didn’t want this class to end! Thank you for that opening that I craved! I need to practice my forearm stand strengthening, it felt particularly hard to put that much weight through my shoulders today. I do a lot of weight training and have found it very beneficial in some areas of my yoga practice but my shoulder flexibility has suffered! Anyone else have a similar experience?! Thanks a lots Leigha

    1. About those shoulders:: If you are standing tall in Mountain Pose, are you able to raise your arms in line with your ears while keeping your ribs in?

  4. It has been a while since the last time I did the whole hour in on session, it was good thanks for the class. I liked the part when I TRIED to do a handstand on my shin, that was fun.

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