30 Minutes of Power

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
4.82258
Average: 4.8 (62 votes)
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Duration:
31
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36

Add some zip to your day with this beginner/intermediate, strengthening power yoga flow. It's a great workout for your core, chest and upper body, and it finishes with a sweet and relaxing savasana.

Equipment: Block
Style: Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga for Strength

Comments

outdooryoga 3 days ago

This is a good practice if you'd like guidance on alignment, positioning, and body awareness through most poses. Rachel is really good at explaining what's important. Poses are held longer than in a flow class, which is good for strength as the title suggests! Still, this one is on the lighter side so it's totally accessible for someone with a regular practice.

kdana 1 month ago

One of my favorites on this site! I keep coming back to it when I want a mini-workout with my yoga and I'm short on time. I love how clear Rachel's instructions are- even a beginner wouldn't have an issue following her. Thanks for a lovely practice, Rachel!

Spring05 1 month ago

Thanks Rachel, love this session - really gets me up and going. Your explanations are clear.

lovensup@gmail.com 5 months ago

Great flow...probably not meant for the day after leg day lol.
Thank you for a great sequence.
Your style of teaching resonates with my own style so interesting to listen to it as a student.
Namaste

Corange 5 months ago

Absolutely love this sequence. A great energiser at the start of the day.

dvells69 1 year ago

I love this practice! Perfect amount of time on a busy day, and hits everything for strength and some stretch.

Michele72 1 year ago

This was amazing! I’m in that middle area between beginner and intermediate and this is perfect for that “place”. I can also see it being good for an intermediate who wanted to slow things down for a bit but still wants to work! Good job!

Piecat 1 year ago

Thank you for an energising session. I checked my heart rate during the flow and I was just below 70% of my maximum heart rate which is a high moderate level of aerobic exercise. Happy days! If I work harder it will increase which means i would be getting even more heart benefit. Lovely!

ama1031 1 year ago

What a great class to heat up with and build strength.