The Elements #3

Crista Shillington
Instructor Crista Shillington
Average: 4.8 (51 votes)
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In this water-themed class, Crista helps you find compassion for yourself and others by drawing on the inspiration of lotus mudra. Incorporating challenging poses like handstand and cross-ankle crow, this class is perfect for those working at an advanced level. It be done as a stand-alone class or as part of Crista's 14-day challenge: The Elements.

Equipment: Block
Style: Power Yoga, Vinyasa/Power Yoga


L_huigens 11 months ago

Dear Crista, Thank you for this beautiful, challenging and inspired class. After a long day, I enjoyed this one very much. I feel peacefull, strong, stretched and happy :)

Excellent! One of the best mixes of advanced poses, creativity, balance and fun I've ever taken in a class. <3 <3 <3

Rebeccaparry 1 year ago

Wow! Thank you Christa! That was just wonderful. I really appreciated the lotus theme and your explanation at the end brought it all together. I value how you bring insight, wisdom, movement, breathe and humour to all of your classes. Thank you!

sng4ever 1 year ago

Powerful but creative practice.
Lots of ways to be creative.
Intermediates can do this practice.
Wonderful theme of the lotus flower and compassion during this practice.

ama1031 1 year ago

I was a bit intimidated by the prospect of an Advanced class, and yet wanted to keep on with the challenge. It truly was the most peaceful and yet challenging class, I have done in a long time. Thank you for the words, the playfulness, the modifications, and grace for were we each are on the mat. Much gratitude to you and all at DYWM.

jewellyship 1 year ago

Felt like a goddess in heart -opener chair combination with one foot on block! I’m not there with crow and hand stands yet but was able to fully enjoy the openings this class brought thanks, Crista!

Dougers 1 year ago

Loved this class, one of my favorites on the website so far. Thank you.

Laule 1 year ago

Amazing class!! Challenge and compassionate, thanks Crista ;) I loved it