Beginner Basics in Flow

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Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Vinyasa/Power Yoga
Duration: 
75:23
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Average: 4.7 (210 votes)
Class Description: 

In this all levels class, Fiji takes you through a slow, deliberate flow practice that emphasizes the fundamentals in proper alignment. It is an intelligently guided vinyasa class that will renew your sense of connection to precise body positioning, while building the energy of a fun, vigorous power flow yoga class.

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simply gorgeous --
gypsyrasa 11 months ago

simply gorgeous -- explanations i've never had that i needed so much

Amazing instructions
sbeltrang 11 months ago

Fiji is sooooo amazing. Although I don't consider this video to be for beginners (as I am), her instructions are incredible! After this video I've realized those instructions are really important and they're not usually something that's emphasized by yoga teachers. So yes: I'm a beginner and I'll definitely keep coming back to this video, even if some poses are too challenging (or even completely out of my current possibilities). Just breathe and listen to Fiji.

Great instruction. My wrists
bengesj 12 months ago

Great instruction. My wrists were a bit sore but I'm back on track to fitness. Once upon a time (5 years ago) I would've breezed through this flow.

Wrist killer, good for learning alignment, increasing endurance
hennalounge 1 year ago

This is a long class and it's not "fun" or relaxing by any means, but it will challenge a beginner to take their endurance to the next level. One cool thing I learned was how to kind of "spring" back to plank. My wrists are absolutely killing me now however. I will not do this class again because there was no relief for them during pretty much the entire practice.

Fiji is great at explaining
Sea2Sea 1 year ago

Fiji is great at explaining proper form. I've been doing yoga off and on for years and found this video challenging. The second time I went through it, I tried to relax, focus on the breathing, and not be so hard on myself if I couldn't keep the form - like what Fiji explains in the beginning. The workout went much better.

Not so basic, but great!
MonikeTroncoso 1 year ago

Great class, challenging even for an intermediate student.

In love with this video
cjgirlie2005 1 year ago

I am fresh back to yoga where my only previous experience had been classes at the YMCA so this one is a breathe of fresh air for learning form. I have never had that thourough of instruction in a class, let alone a video. Thank you for explaining it in a way that I can carry on proper form. I WILL come back to this video again. Great instruction!

Thanks for introducing me to
Hildur 1 year ago

Thanks for introducing me to vinyasa yoga. I made a promise to myself to do some of the video, but found it very interesting and fun, so I did the whole thing. The video managed to give me a mental flow, I totally forgot the time. Being new to vinyasa (I have tried more slow paced yoga like hatha and kundalini), I sometimes had problems with breath/movement sync. Challinging myself to combine the two was also what I liked so much and what made time fly. I will for sure come back to this. I loved a real workout! I'm sure this can improve my climbing skills; core strength and flexibiity! Love from Norway!

Not for true beginner
Bend4kc 1 year ago

This class level may be a beginner level in specific yoga parlance. For the lay person, I'd say it's for intermediate to advance level folks.

Too many words. Irritating.
hummingbee (not verified) 1 year ago

Too many words. Irritating.