Building Up To Dragonfly Pose

Vinyasa/Power Yoga
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Average: 5 (41 votes)
Class Description: 

Dragonfly pose, or Maksikanagasana, is an intricate arm balance that requires a arm, core and leg strength, as well as spinal, hip and leg flexibility. Teacher trainer Rachel Scott designed this class to help you get into this difficult pose by putting together an intelligent sequence, full of creative transitions that build to the peak pose, dragonfly.


Loved this class! Rachel's
smspagna 1 month ago

Loved this class! Rachel's descriptions of each pose are helpful, and I really appreciate that she doesn't add in many additional remarks or comments... sometimes the phrasing other instructors use seem a little silly or off-hand, but Rachel's don't.

Such a fun class!
bungie01 3 months ago

Rachel is really descriptive in explaining the poses so you don't need to check to the screen constantly to make sure you're doing it right. This class was the perfect mix of challenging and playful for my experience level and my mood today!

Really enjoyed this one! It
mireaux 3 months ago

Really enjoyed this one! It had enough variety and challenge to keep me engaged. I've never done dragonfly before and it was helpful to learn how to get into it properly.

Such a fun and challenging
impossiblebreak... 6 months ago

Such a fun and challenging class. I loved how we got into some of the poses, so creative. Thanks Rachel!

Fabulous Class!
welldongirl 12 months ago

Love this class and love Rachel's no nonsense but super fun style. A few more attempts and I think I will be rocking Dragonfly. Thanks Rachel!

So good!
TikiMan098 1 year ago

Mmmm --- toasty in all the right places. Such a great class, Rachel is a great teacher, gives great cues. I love how the class is oriented towards the peak pose - I like practicing with purpose! She has a bird of paradise one that is just as good if you liked this one! Please do more like this - love it!

Vanatu 1 year ago

First attempt at Dragonfly. Was surprised to find that I could do it! Thank you for breaking it into manageable pieces!!

Rachel, thank you
Sue Tonin 1 year ago

As ever, Rachel stretches us in new ways. A wonderful class.