The Elements Day 7

Crista Shillington
Instructor Crista Shillington
4.843135
Average: 4.8 (51 votes)
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Duration:
16
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12

Crista leads you through a quick class that will help free up space in your hips, legs and chest. Incorporating postures like reverse tabletop with figure-4 legs, this is a fun and beneficial class that can fit into even the busiest schedules. This class can be done as a stand alone or as part of Crista's 14-day challenge, The Elements. Please note that this class was formally named Short and Sweet.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

racchis 1 month ago

I adore this class. I often tack it on after a run or bike ride, or I will do it as a break during my work day. I love Christa's positive energy; I feel like I am practicing with a good friend. Thank you so much for this practice.

nadonado 5 months ago

Nice short class, sometimes that's all I can handle. My hips thank you.

duroc017 6 months ago

JWIN (just what I needed). Good stretches and nice short length.

EmBe 7 months ago

Where do I find the rest of this Challenge? I looked under the Challenges, but can't find a link to this 14-day Challenge. Thanks.

sng4ever 7 months ago

Love Crista and this is a nice stretching practice - especially after a weight workout.

catmorris10@gma... 7 months ago

Crista, I love your classes and you always manage to make me laugh. This time with a roar. Your light brings out my light. Thank you.

Nadja Croft 8 months ago

I discovered yoga about 20 years ago and have found it one of the most satisfying and holistic forms of exercise for the complete body and being! It does, however, demonstrate how in a world that is filled with much mystery which cannot, if at all desired, be embraced by so many! Interestingly the very disciplines which are a natural manifestation of the crux of the mystery can be wielded by very contradictory agents in being! It is why to follow a fundamental set of rules AND there are few, I have found, true conduits of the true reality! Sometimes the agent is in an extremely removed state of ineptitude from the manifestation of the true practice and the significance therein!