Ashtanga Yoga Therapeutic Sequence

Jeff Lichty
Instructor Jeff Lichty
Average: 4.8 (73 votes)
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This ashtanga yoga class with Jeff is a slower flow with more attention to poses that are therapeutic and nourishing. It's a great class if you are new to ashtanga yoga or you are looking for a more gentle vinyasa yoga class.

Equipment: None
Style: Ashtanga Yoga


oakhazel 4 months ago

for the intention. A lovely slow stretching class for restarting the body. Enjoyed it.

Melekeda 7 months ago

that is like a magic above all yoga practices i guess, even you suspect that it is ashtanga: ) at the bridge pose , i even did very little, my back had hurt. so every move is for three : is it a rule in ashtanga in general? or the paces? very much thank you to bring to world with these issues. it is a pure remedy i think.
ciaaoooooo - eda

ClaireS 9 months ago

I found this class very calming. However, since I am totally unfamiliar with this type of yoga, I found myself having to constantly twist and look at the screen to see what he was doing. Wish I new more about this style of yoga.

br350 1 year ago

I took a Hatha yoga class many years ago (20+ or more) and am trying to get into some sort of regular yoga practice to relieve stress/tension. This was a great balance of gentleness and use of muscles in a mild strength-building way (the bridge and lifting butt of ground while seated cross-legged). Thank you so much for this! I will repeat this for a while until I feel ready to go further.

oakhazel 1 year ago

Very relaxing, good one to do after a days work. I enjoyed the silence i.e. no music. Thank you

Irishlove 1 year ago

Doing this class was wonderful, but I wish there was a 90 minute version of this with all the forward bends, basic standing postures, floor work, core, backbends, and inversions.

That would be brilliant!

Namaste from Ireland.

dilouise 1 year ago

Just what I needed after overdoing my yoga yesterday. Thank you.

Soucy 1 year ago

I have a congenital back issue, and this was a great way to get in my daily practice even when my back was not being cooperative.
Thanks for understanding that some days all we can give is 20 minutes.