Elevate Day 12

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
5
Average: 5 (18 votes)
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Duration:
29
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17

This class can be done as a stand-alone class or as day 12 in Fiji's 14-day yoga challenge, Elevate. This class is all about finding space in your hips. Starting off with a vinyasa flow to warm you up, Fiji transitions into some nice deep hip openers. Note: a block is optional for this class. 

Equipment: None
Style: Power Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

Rbreid73 1 week ago

I have loved the series - this class included. Testament being that I practiced this class early morning - it's now late evening after a day spent travelling to & from London, with my hips in particular still thankful for the much needed space. So beautifully paced, clear instructions with enough variation to maintain interest and focus. I am sad that there's only another 2 days in the series, but that means, I can start all over again, elevating my practice even further. Fiji - thank you so much for the series. Namaste. Rob

LucyHB 2 weeks ago

Great class! I love a hip opener and I'll be coming back to this. I actually decided to swap over Day 9 with Day 12 because I really needed some hip opening after my run this morning. Hopefully that's not cheating!

Melanie Lichtinger 2 weeks ago

Beautiful, creative, and effective sequence.
Loving your clear instructions, Fiji, and what a wonderful generous 14-day challenge!
Suggestion: Can the videos of the challenge have a title like: Finding Space in Your Hips...
For easier orientation when we want to re-visit.

Kelly Bouchard 2 weeks ago

Hi Melanie,

Kelly from DoYogaWithMe here. Thanks for your suggestion! I think we will leave the titles as they are for this challenge (there are a lot of things that would need to change on the back end to redo them), but consider your suggestion taken under advisement for the next time we're doing one of these!

Thanks so much for your support and contribution!

Kelly

Melanie Lichtinger 2 weeks ago

Ah - thanks for considering next time. In the meantime I can add comments at the bookmarks :-)

Kelly Bouchard 2 weeks ago

Yes, the bookmarks are good for keeping classes straight. Thanks for understanding!