Dancer's Pose: Supple Spine and Shoulders

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Teacher: 
Fiji McAlpine
Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Vinyasa/Power Yoga
Equipment: 
Strap
Duration: 
22
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Average: 4.9 (28 votes)

This is the second in a series of four videos where Fiji guides through the complex needs of the wonderful balancing pose, dancer's pose (natarajasana). This class gets deep into shoulder flexibility and mobility, as well as releasing the muscles around the upper and mid back that can restrict the movement of the shoulders and upper spine. This gradual progression toward full dancers pose also includes backbends, releases for the hip flexors and core work.

Comments

Great shoulder stretch
nadomom 3 weeks ago

This is my favorite class so far. Love Fiji's pace, calm voice and excellent poses. thank you.

Yes, a really good class for
jennydyring 1 month ago

Yes, a really good class for opening the shoulders. I've had shoulder trouble (incl dislocation) over the years so this felt really good for me.

Loved this class. Fiji's
tennischik01 1 month ago

Loved this class. Fiji's classes are the best.

great instructor
Melekeda 2 months ago

i have a big prejudgment particulary about this theacher on this web site, couldnt do any of her class... i dont know why... maybe her hair- or the boat behind ..

WOW!
astarzgrace 2 months ago

Oh my goodness! The best shoulder stretch I have ever done! I carry a lot of tension in my shoulders and found this series amazing. I especially loved the eagle stretch of my arms on my back.... alot of clicking and release..... and loved the warmth, suppleness and lightness gained from this workout.
Namaste

Great class for rock climbers
Veggiegnome 2 months ago

I'm a rock climber and found these shoulder stretches amazing! Thank you so much! I will integrate some of these moves into my climbing warm ups.