Flow Into Feeling

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
4.90625
Average: 4.9 (64 votes)
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Duration:
55
:
38

This intermediate flow invites you to find presence through the sensations that bring each moment and movement to life. The mind learns to listen to, and follow, the guidance of the body through the language of feeling and breath. 

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

lmroiter 6 days ago

No doubt Fiji is wise and, at times, even poetic. However, I found there was too much talking, such as describing in detail the transitions into the asanas. This is an intermediate class so naming the asana should enough. Where it is helpful is the commentary of what happens while in a pose, and ways to adjust or deepen. I also like the encouragement to deeply engage in the poses.

sng4ever 1 week ago

Wonderful practice for those who have been practicing a while and want to slow down or need to slow down.
Fiji is such a wonderful guide explaining the poses and the linking of mind and body.
This is also wonderful for anyone who is newer to yoga and starting to become more of an intermediate yogi.

acramer1969 2 weeks ago

Thank you Fiji! I was looking for online yoga classes during the coronavirus social distancing thing. Your "Flow Into Feeling" was the first class I took. As all the other comments are saying, YOU ROCK!

PeacefulRN 2 weeks ago

3/17/20 Intense and meditative - I got a little lost in the middle (after wild thing on the first side) but got back on track. Deep stretches and ample opportunity to observe where my thoughts go when things get intense.

dmitrikv 2 months ago

Wholesome, coherent practice. Logical - in the spiritual sense of this word - flow. Beautiful. Thank you!

sanzenbacher 4 months ago

I had to take a break from yoga due to an illness and minor injury and this class was the perfect way to come back. Thank you!

sng4ever 8 months ago

Fiji always provides a beautiful practice. Her explanations and guidance during this practice help to understand many aspects of yoga and self that may or may not be covered the same way in other practices. This is a great practice for "monkey mind".