Dancer's Pose: Playful Dancer's Flow

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.8 (32 votes)
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This is the forth class in a 4-part series in which Fiji gradually gives you the tools that you need to move into dancer's pose (natarajasana). This is a shorter class that helps you effortlessly get your leg back, establish the range of motion needed in your shoulders and move into a backbend, all while balancing on one foot. The journey that brought you through Dancer's Pose: Balances and Binds, Dancer's Pose: Supple Spine and Shoulders, and Dancer's Pose: Workshop, ends in this delightful flow with Fiji as your capable guide.

Equipment: Strap
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga


sng4ever 1 year ago

Fun, dynamic, and different. Great way to get in something quirky and fun for Dancer's Pose.

crepuscule3142 2 years ago

I usually do a half hour of cardio and round it off with this routine. More fun than the usual boring cool down.

neshuh 2 years ago

First time viewer! I did this as a newbie to yoga and this site. Put into perspective that I am indeed a beginner. But i still could execute some moves with zero issues. Ill start with the beginning videos next time. Still loved it!

wmckeown1944 3 years ago

I found this was quite challenging for me to do "cold" first thing in the morning with no other warm-up yoga poses leading up to it. It was fun and challenging. I would just do another short warm-up class first before attempting it next time.

karen77ca 3 years ago

I agree! I did parts 2, 3 and 4 all in one session and I really found that helpful. I don't think this class alone would have been as good.

EvaMargita 3 years ago

Great set - but I cannot understand how this can be labelled beginner. Dancers pose, warrior 3, wild thing etc - if you can do these you are not a beginner and also the pace - as with most of Fijis videos it is quite fast. I think this should be labelled intermediate.