The Elements Day 5

Crista Shillington
Instructor Crista Shillington
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Average: 4.9 (12 votes)
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Crista introduces you to the mudra dedicated to the king of the birds, Garuda. This air-themed class that is all about heightening your intuition, learning to trust your inner voice, and allowing yourself to spread your beautiful wings. Perfect for intermediate students looking for a challenge, this class incorporates poses like bound elbow headstand, and wide-legged forearm stand. This can either be done as a stand-alone class or as part of Crista's 14-day challenge: The Elements.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

nadonado 1 month ago

Nice pace and flow. I could not do forearm stand and will not be working on it although I do like the opportunity to see it done. Thank you.

Manjusri 1 month ago

Really loved the current of this flow. I couldn't do the elbow headstand or forearm stand but that didn't matter at all, they are a tiny part of the class and give the opportunity of strength building on tiptoes! So I encourage anyone who feels a little overwhelm at the mention of them not to be put off :)

deborahcb 1 month ago

I really loved the flowing movements in the practice and surprised myself by being able to do the elbow handstand. Mostly I love Crista's joyful spirit. The ending mantra with her lovely voice felt so sweet and satisfying. Thank you

MariamS 1 month ago

I didn't do the full elbow headstand or forearm handstand so I mostly found this to be a gently paced, laid back class.

duroc017 1 month ago

I liked this one okay, but I didn't love it as much as I have the others in this series so far. Maybe I'm just not an air person.

Elsa Avila 1 month ago

Eventhough I couldn't do all poses I enjoy trying them. Very grateful with DYWM for this unique way of beggining my year, with all the released Challenges. Special thanks to Chista who's wonderful teachings, joyful way and voice can be shared even in the distance. I really felt her in front of me. THANKS, THANKS, THANKS