Dancing Dervish

Crista Shillington
Instructor Crista Shillington
5
Average: 5 (33 votes)
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Duration:
62
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Channel your inner dervish in this heart-opening, side-bending, shoulder-stretching class with Crista. This intermediate vinyasa practice culminates with the transition of wild thing to wheel, and juicy hip-openers are included! Note: It is recommended to have blocks or a blanket for this practice however this is entirely optional.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga

Comments

sng4ever 1 week ago

Some really neat transitions. A fluid , water type practice.
Fun and calming at the same time.

dosbo 1 month ago

Beautiful! my whole body feels longer and relaxed. Don’t be intimidated by the thought of wild thing to wheel (which is beyond me too!) Crista has so many other yummy releases in this class. My toes appreciate the love too!

lmcqueen 2 months ago

So deeply grateful for this class. I cried at the end - on first day of vacation in almost a year and trying to move out a period of significant stress, this class was exactly what I needed to start finding my balance and peace. Namaste from the bottom of my heart.

deborahcb 2 months ago

Love your creativity, your opening and closing words and the graceful flow that strengthened and stretched. Thank you!

ShuNeu 2 months ago

Another fun class! Thank you for including shoulder stand!

claireburker 2 months ago

Crista's beautiful spirit and fun, loving teaching style never fail to make me smile during her classes! Always fun, always interesting in the body, and always just difficult enough. Thank you!

duroc017 2 months ago

I just really love Crista's practices and her teaching style. This one did not disappoint. I'm sure I will revisit it many a time. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

shelkath 2 months ago

Terrific practice. Thank you Christa. Different with good challenges coached with Christa’s wonderful style. The variation to wheel was new and stimulating, Great pace and I loved the time to attend to feet and ankles. I’ll return to this often.