Fire It Up!

Crista Shillington
Instructor Crista Shillington
Average: 4.8 (139 votes)
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Crista's lively energy and creative class design make yoga so enjoyable, particularly when you lie down at the end! So get ready to fire yourself up, release tight muscles and invigorate yourself through a tough power yoga class that focuses on stoking the fire within.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga


Kiratee 6 months ago

Beautiful Christmas day practice - not too hard, not too soft, just a lovely mix of everything. Thank you, Crista, wising you and yours a happy day <3

mkposky 1 year ago

I LOVEEEE Crista's classes and the careful, fun energy she brings to them. I did this one for the first time in a while and it made me wonder why I had ever stopped. It is very intense, but while pushing you, Crista has a way of reminding you not to go too deep into the stretches if you are not there yet - everyone is on their own journey.

handstoheart 1 year ago

This is my new favourite class, and bringing the breath of fire in as well is just perfect. I cannot do the knee to the back of the arm sliding up and down move *at all*. I suppose I'll get there with practice, and building strength, but if there are any tips that would help be get it, I'd be very grateful. Namaste and thanks as always dear Crista!

khuyentran1401 1 year ago

Love how you integrate the breathe into the practice. The breath is so healthy for the body. The class is challenging enough to keep me engaged throughout the practice. Thank you for your awesome video!

Paulette9 1 year ago

I love how Krista incorporates the breath of fire into some of the poses. Also, love the alternate nose breathing as a wonderful way to close the class. Enjoyed all of the shoulder stretches as well. Thank you for a well balanced and fun class!

Irishlove 1 year ago

I still struggle with Bakasana, but Crista made sense for my body type (I'm very flexible) as I always struggle to keep my knees in my armpits. Taking the inner knee to the outer arm works much better for my body because then I can squeeze and lean forward. It's a matter of time, and I'm trying very hard not to be frustrated with myself. I loved the core work and working to the edge of opening shoulders. Namaste from Ireland.

Helen Alford 2 years ago

My favourite class at the moment, I love the pranayama throughout and for some reason crow pose felt loads easier - the headstand transition feels a little unnerving, not sure how to do that without crashing on my head! I've felt really balanced at the end of the class each time, fractal patterns around the ceiling light must be a good sign anyway. Perfect, thanks so much.