Foundations in Flow

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Teacher: 
Fiji McAlpine
Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Vinyasa/Power Yoga
Duration: 
48
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Average: 4.8 (777 votes)

This complete practice starts by warming the body, then progresses into a powerful flow, moving with the fluidity of your breath. The flow builds sequences from the earth up, while building core strength. The class ends by cooling the body with a deep relaxation.

Comments

Thank you
elivensparger 3 days ago

Your calm flow in all your videos makes yoga accessible to me. Thanks

magic
jwgrigri 4 days ago

Have to agree with the previous comment. Hadn't done this one in a while and it remains absolutely one of the best on the site---ideal pacing, comprehensive, and, in my opinion, perfect narration through meditation at the end. "There is space for everything that is there"---magic! Thank you. Namaste.

More more more please
katie_simpson 2 weeks ago

Please Consider making some more just like this it’s been my favourite videos and nothing else compares... amazing morning practice ... thank you very special xxx

Fiji
kschwartzy 1 month ago

I would like to express my gratitude to Fiji. Thank you for sharing this practice with me. I have found your prompts and voice to be so gentle in leading me to your powerful poses.
Thank you xoxo

Strong and limber
sescanlan 2 months ago

This is a favorite! Hard to get into some poses and then hold them but totally worth it. Wheel and spinal twists at the end always make me feel stretched and strong. Love the pace and the music. I find the music keeps my mind focused. As always, Fiji's soothing voice is a wonderful guide.

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Evster54 2 months ago

This is my go-to video when I want to follow someone. I love the structure, pace, and overall peace this session provides. I will buy it today just out of guilt, as I have used it so many times.

Background music is in the foreground
Margarethe 2 months ago

I love Ms Fiji. She's one of my favourite instructors. She always manages to say things in a wonderful soothing way. She explains the pose succinctly. The class is fine, I think. It's that flute or pipe music ....so distracting. There are spots where I almost can't hear Ms. Fiji for the peeeeep-peep-peep pooooop music.
I tried twice. Made me more annoyed the second go. I couldn't even finish the second try. The music made me too agitated .