Up, Down and All Around

Crista Shillington
Instructor Crista Shillington
4.851065
Average: 4.9 (141 votes)
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Duration:
73
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55

The title is no exaggeration. Crista has a reputation for creative - sometime crazy - transitions in her fun and challenging vinyasa flow classes, and this is one of her best. She also is very good at clarity, which is crucial in a class like this one. Get ready to flow, twist, bind, backbend, side bend, stretch deeply, do inversions, work your body, smile and then rest.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga for Strength

Comments

Ritasans 2 months ago

Oops...just too tough at this time. Moving on to the next day in the challenge. I’ll come back to this later.

Maputo 2 months ago

I much appreciate Crista's positivity, humor and encouragement to always meet your body and respect your body for where it is at. I also like when postures are repeated 3 times through a flow so you can strengthen and try to improve. While challenging, very restorative by the end. She sang a mantra at the end that I have never heard done so beautifully. Longer class but it flew by after the most challenging first 30 minutes.

Heatherg 3 months ago

Definitely need a short warm up prior to starting this one!

MaryRose Metcalfe 6 months ago

This was fun. Got to keep your eyes open as you will miss something.

I need new roller skates.....

I would suggest like others here that a 5 minute warm up might help before you start the video.

Kiratee 6 months ago

Thank you, Crista, you are such a skilled teacher. That twisted Natarajasana sequence was amazing. Wishing you and yours a peaceful and happy Christmas x

brindmore 7 months ago

Do a little warm up before srarting this challenging class!

sng4ever 1 year ago

Such a diverse and interesting practice. And, I just adored the ending. What a beautiful way to end a dynamic practice.

Kitkatkatey 1 year ago

Fun, lively,challenging, and playful.

I laughed aloud a couple of times!

ag329 1 year ago

It definitely feels like this was a practice in 'gift' form. So challenging, but clear, and beautiful. Thank you. I was wondering what all the comments meant regarding your voice at the end, and now I know. :)