Do Your Best

Guy Friswell
Instructor Guy Friswell
5
Average: 5 (13 votes)
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Duration:
19
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46

This practice with Guy is short and sweet with a bit of challenge, allowing you to focus on doing the best you can — and no more!

This can either be done as a stand-alone class or as Day 4 of Grounding and Strength 14-Day Beginner Yoga Challenge.

Do Your Best Playlist (to be played with the class)

Click on playlist below at the 1 minute mark of the video to sync it with the class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: You will need a subscription for access to Apple Music, and for music to play ad-free on Spotify and YouTube Music. You will also need to adjust the volume to your preference.

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga, Slow Flow, Yoga for Strength

Comments

susanhura 1 week ago

Guy is my hero. Thanks for the calm and the motivation and your lovely self.

Mcgilvery 1 week ago

What a wonderfully energizing practice! Loving the music, which definitely enhances the routines in this yoga challenge - well done!

Gitti 1 week ago

SWEET- Book marked this class. for daily balance practise. . Thanks for the guidance, Guy!

smoor108 2 weeks ago

Guy’s classes have helped me both mentally and physically get through my injury. Such a lightness and melodic guidance. With a tad bit of humor!

Neita 2 weeks ago

Thank you! A great, fun class & wonderfully energizing. A good way to start the day.
I've been taking so many of Guy's classes this past month, that at the beginning, I wondered where the twists were? Ahh, they came later!
I def laughed out loud at the "one and a half" during the plank hold.
Glad to see the chimes are still there.

Worldsteph 2 weeks ago

A short, simple yet juicy practice for the body! A great way to start the day. Definitely adding this to my favourites. Thanks!

AlidaMB 2 weeks ago

Could do most of this today but stopped once I needed to. having pain problems so working carefully to keep up exercise in a sensible way.

sng4ever 2 weeks ago

I thoroughly enjoy Guy's practices.
This is a nice, short practice but has some good balancing poses.
I will incorporate these poses and the flow of these in my classes.