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Arm Balance Power Flow

Intermediate II
(70 Reviews)

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This 20-minute power yoga class from Fiji McAlpine challenges your strength and focus with arm balances, and your endurance with a strong vinyasa flow. If you're looking for an intense workout, but don't have time for a full-length class, this is the video for you. Have fun!


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  • Vigorous/Energy
  • Strength
  • Spine
  • Flexibility
  • Balance
  • Neck/Shoulders


  • Vigorous Yoga


  • Vinyasa/Power Yoga
March 25, 2020

Fiji provides a wonderful power flow for the shoulders with two arm balances that are challenging. Fiji guides you through the poses; warming up the shoulders beforehand. You are able to stay at various levels within each pose which is nice and I plan to use this practice to continue my yoga journey into shoulder poses. You won't be disappointed.

January 28, 2019

I always love your classes Fiji! I was just wondering if I can't (at all) jump back with conviction out of crow pose, is there a point in continuing to try or should I focus on strengthening first?

Comment Replies

Fiji McAlpine
January 29, 2019

Hi Tara,

Great question. Often there is a mental block around these types of transitions, hitting the same wall over and over can just build frustration and make the reluctance stronger! Have you tried just pushing one leg back then the other? This is often a great first step. The other option is to touch the toes down then hop as lightly as you can to chaturanga. Hope this helps!

November 26, 2017

I just love your classes Fiji! This one was short enough to fit in any time and just the right amount of challenge. You make anything seem possible.Thank you!!

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