Day 2: Flow into the Unknown

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
5
Average: 5 (51 votes)
If you're having issues with the player:
Duration:
26
:
02

All we can do is meet the moment. This intermediate practice with Fiji teaches us to be on our toes, literally sometimes. We move into discomfort, explore the edges with curiosity never knowing exactly where we will end up.

This class is Day 2 of Fiji's Calm in the Chaos program. Each class is very similar in style and movement, the intention and focus is what sets them apart as a progression.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety/Stress

Comments

Aicha.Ezz 6 days ago

Very beautiful and much needed practice and programme! Thank you Fiji for sharing your knowledge and for guiding us through these difficult times. Sending all my love and Namaste!

duroc017 1 week ago

As others have said, short but awesome! A great way to start any day in these wild times.

rhepstein 2 weeks ago

Great practice. I really loved the space too ... ruins in the jungle!

bettina.hamelin... 2 weeks ago

I did not think it could get any better but it always does with Fiji! Thanks so much for a wonderful class!

SoniaM 3 weeks ago

Wonderful class. Short but felt very complete. Loved the different sequencing and the Shiva squat, one of my favorites but unfortunately that does not show up in many classes. I will come back to this one again and again. Thanks as always Fiji.

Alexandra Balona 3 weeks ago

Dear Fiji, the DYWM has been my daily wake-up companion since late March quarentine, and this new program Calm in the Chaos is what I was just needing to face this winter upcoming challenges. Thank you for your encouraging words and practice, and for reminding us that a practice of inner focus, trust and calm is the best tool we have now, and ever! Namaste

LaGuiri 3 weeks ago

This class is very enjoyable although it's a step up my current abilities. I have a question about the "levitating" exercise, when we lift ourselves from staff pose. Is it OK to try that on my fists? On my palms, I barely have the feeling that my seat isn't putting weight on the floor, but I have the impression that my core is a lot stronger than my hands and wrists.

NatalieNZ 4 weeks ago

Thank you for this program, Fiji. Just noticed I hadn’t commented on Day 1 yet. I have practiced each day, everyday since its launch - always one day earlier. I loved the flow and yes, the variation in doing the Asanas including your cues, metaphors and guiding inspiration. Namasté from NZ.