Challenging Beginner Hatha Yoga

Ron Stewart
Instructor Ron Stewart
4.68
Average: 4.7 (200 votes)
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Duration:
33
:
05

Ron pushes the limits of a beginner hatha yoga class with this fun, challenging flow. His dancing background forms a strong element of this class, so get ready to move and explore your body in unique ways. Foot balances, backbends, twists, forward folds and lots of great openers for the legs, hips and shoulders make this a very satisfying hatha yoga flow class. Enjoy.

Equipment: Strap, Bolster
Style: Hatha Yoga

Comments

Vivian K 4 years ago

I love this class! Very fun and playful and great stretches :) thanks so much! x

LabCat 4 years ago

That was a great morning routine to get my body moving. Thank you

msmit245 4 years ago

I like this class because there are just enough poses where I'm still shaky and I am looking forward to stabilizing these. It's also a great morning routine! Thank you very much. Namaste.

naturebreath (not verified) 4 years ago

I am grateful with this one. I am able to follow this one and feel comfortable. Thank you very much.

Pooja.singh 4 years ago

I often do not connect with the instructions that yoga teachers give when they explain what you should be feeling when in this pose. Today for the first time I could feel my body doing what he said in the video with the breathings. It may be a different day and I may have finally accepted that yoga isn't all about flexibility but also breathing right. But I would still give 90% credit to Ron for being such a fantastic teacher! Thanks!

shb 4 years ago

Thank you!
Great class!
Challenging for me but the pace not too fast and instruction was clear.
I really enjoyed!

docjee 4 years ago

Thank you Ron. It was lovely. The poses were clearly explained and doable. I enjoyed it

silvernstone 4 years ago

This was absolutely lovely.. will try again tomorrow before work. It is amazing how hooked into a 45 - 75 mn practice I have become and yet this shorter practise is perhaps what I need at times. Namaste.