Creating Internal Lightness

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
4.71921
Average: 4.7 (203 votes)
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In this all levels hour long flow class, you will explore how the elusive mula bandha can be practiced and incorporated into all the poses of your yoga practice. Not only will practicing mula bandha help to create lightness and ease in your yoga practice, learning to access and tone the pelvic floor will also support your functionality in daily life.

Equipment: Block
Style: Hatha Yoga

Comments

Virginia Rego 6 days ago

Great class for practicing the connection to mull bandha - I only have one block but after this class and reading all the comments I will visit one of my local yoga places and purchase a second one. It became very hard for at the half-way mark due to a sore hamstring and back so I took a child's pose breather and skipped a couple of moves to let my body catch up :-)

LindsayC608 2 weeks ago

The lightness that comes from engaging the pelvic floor -- I think that is going to take me a lifetime of practice to really get! I'm so grateful for this class, for the clarity and pace of instruction. Thank you!

Taralum 2 weeks ago

Thank you so much Rachel! You described mula bandha so well and made sure we stayed focused! Love!

mahsi 1 month ago

OMG! this was by far one the most amazing practices that I took , all the details and tips helped me easily do the most challenging flows .

Fenway88 1 month ago

I'm on a Rachel Scott streak during this Q-tine. That blueberry cue made me laugh! Also a genuinely helpful tip...Thank you DYWM!

elsaaforges 1 month ago

Every other Monday I start a yoga challenge. So far, I've done the 14 day yoga challenge (three times in a row), and Elevate, both with Fiji. I am delighted. Today I started this lower body strengthening challenge. The first class was simply awesome for me. After eight years of practicing yoga, I still can't hop from downward dog and place my feet between my hands. This video will help me a lot with that. Rachel, you are awesome. I'm going to do this video once a week. The slow pace is very beneficial to learn better how our body works and what we can expect from it.

Esteffy 2 months ago

Thank you so much Rachel, great sequence and instruction. The description in order to do the bunny hop towards your feet was brilliant and one I’ve not been able to master until my elastic boomerang pelvic floor muscle propelled me forward...well nearly all the way! Just excellent. Thank you and Namaste.

Lottiedawn 3 months ago

I have a functional scoliosis that starts at my pelvic floor. It is wonderful to find a class that specifically targets the bhandas. I love the slower, purposeful pace of this class. It really allows me to pay attention to the cueing which is very important for a person like me when doing yoga. I've been searching for a workout like this for a long time. Thank you!!

wondergiada 3 months ago

Thanks so much! This is really helping my daily lockdown routine to be filled with love and light!