Beginner Basics in Flow

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
4.65809
Average: 4.7 (272 votes)
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Duration:
75
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23

In this 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.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

Ashli 7 years ago

I took my first yoga classes this summer and was looking for something to help me think through technique and become more acquainted with the basics. Fiji's explanations are clear and well pace--especially for an almost total beginner. Thank you for the wonderful video! Looking forward to more :]

daniali0213 7 years ago

I am so grateful for doyogawithme.com I have recommended it to everyone I know.

Namaste,
Dana

penumbra 7 years ago

Thank you for this wonderful introduction to vinyasa flow. Most vinyasa classes move too quickly for me and provide very little instruction on alignment. I always feel that I'm sacrificing safety in favour of speed. Your class offered the alignment instruction I've been desperate to find. I know I'll now be able to complete other classes more safely and effectively.

I am grateful for Do Yoga With Me. Thank you for your wonderful instruction and free resources.

Namaste,

Sandra

vasodebarro 8 years ago

A perfect class to learn how every pose needs to be done to attain all the benefits.

Eventhough this is a beginners class I would say it has some intermediate in it, the slow movement and correction of the poses makes it a bit harder . : ) Loved it

randomperson 6 years ago

first of all, i enjoyed the class very much and the teacher really explains stuff well!
however, the durations in which she stayed in the poses are definitely not something that a beginner will have strength for. it is obvious that the teacher is very good at what she's doing but is unable to empathize with the target group - the beginners - of a lower skill (and i guess that was the main point in first place, since she explains those poses)
i will surely come back to this set when i'm more experienced but this is definitely not something for a beginner