Chatting Chaturanga: A Tutorial

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Teacher: 
Tracey Noseworthy
Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Vinyasa/Power Yoga
Duration: 
16
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4.866665
Average: 4.9 (15 votes)

This yoga class/tutorial takes a brief yet potent look at moving through chaturanga, and floating through upward and downward dog. Chaturanga is a challenging pose to get right and an easy to pose to get a shoulder injury. The focus is on core stability, shoulder placement and the very powerful connection to moving with breath.

Comments

so helpful
paquetiko 1 day ago

i have been working on correctly doing chaturanga for ages and this helped me so much! i feel like i am much closer and now understand the transition so much better!!

A great review!
Marina S 1 week ago

Such a sweet tutorial. Thank you for this, it really helps me focus on my alignment during the transitions between upward and downward facing dog. i have been working diligently on "flipping over" my toes and I'm getting there! So this was so timely for me. And much appreciated! Will keep this in my rotation for sure.

Great tutorial
TaimiC 2 weeks ago

Tracy provides space for me to really examine how my wrists, shoulders and core work together for plank and chattaranga. Not a one time tutorial! I'll be using it several times to build muscle memory and increase strength. And it's a nice way to start the day on top of all that. Thank you, Tracy!

Very encouraging class. I'm
Kitkatkatey 2 weeks ago

Very encouraging class. I'm not there with chataranga yet but I have something to aim for now.

Thank you

fine tuning
LisaYogini 2 weeks ago

Really helpful points about using the core in chaturanga, and how to correctly flip the toes over for upward facing dog. Great!!

Wow!
Druidcat497 2 weeks ago

I need to work on this but my shoulders feel amazing! And I held plank a bit longer than I thought I could.