Beginners' Yoga for Leg Strength

Melissa Krieger
Hatha Yoga
Yoga for Athletes
Yoga for Strength
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Average: 4.6 (304 votes)

Melissa has a unique way of moving effortlessly through a challenging sequence that both strengthens and stretches the body, particularly the lower body. You'll enjoy her calm and relaxed focus, as well as her attention to alignment.


Leg strength
jennMann1 8 months ago

Loved this class. Tried new poses and practiced balance. I will bookmark this one for sure.

This was a great workout for
Marygoround 10 months ago

This was a great workout for me. I have limited leg strength and this is a good beginning. Namaste

I do enjoy her tone of voice,
chiccanna 1 year ago

I do enjoy her tone of voice, it's soothing and invites me to be more mindful of my movements and not critical of my body's ability <3

Akiara 1 year ago

This one helped me realize I'm a bit further along than I thought! I have been doing daily yoga (between 30 minutes - 2 hours, sometimes divided into a few sessions) every day for nearly 2 months. I have seen drastic growth in myself, as this might have been challenging to me 2 months ago. Today it was a good work out and I really enjoyed it!

Comforting Guidance!
coolQ 1 year ago

Love lovE LOve! I love Melissa's voice and excellent guidance. Thank you

Great workout! Challenging
Christine Morgan 1 year ago

Great workout! Challenging but uncomplicated, so a beginner can participate and grow with these poses.

Good for morning stiffness
SadieJem 2 years ago

I enjoyed doing this early in the morning. It helped with my chronic leg stiffness.

Thanks for this!
JudithAnne 2 years ago

I attend regular yoga and pilates classes and thought I was intermediate- I'm wrong! But I am enjoying this class and Melissa's other sequences. A good choice if you are in the beginner to intermediate stage.

More of a Power Yoga
Theandyn 2 years ago

I have been doing yoga for over 2 years now but have been too busy and haven't been able to practice it in a couple of weeks. I decided to try a shorter class to get my body back into it before I move up into a 60+ minute yoga class. I enjoyed the class and do think its for beginners. However, I would put it more into the "power yoga" category. She is constantly breathing and moving in and out of poses. It wasn't as deep of a stretch, being able to breath into and going a little bit deeper every time I inhaled/exhaled, like I would have enjoyed. I would see about switching this into the power yoga category.