Foundations in Flow

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Teacher: 
Fiji McAlpine
Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Vinyasa/Power Yoga
Duration: 
48
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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.

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Forgot how great this flow is!
lpyles 1 month ago

A few years ago, I did this practice at least once a week. I have been exploring many instructors and practices and have not done this one for so long. Now, I remember why this was a favorite, what a great practice! Enjoy the standing balances and slower pace in the transitions that allows deep and full expression of the postures. The music and setting as well as the focus and tone of the narration is so soothing. Excited to revisit some of Fiji's earlier practices that I haven't done for a while. Appreciate DoYogaWithMe and its instructors so much! Namaste'

Wonderful intro to flow yoga
Jazi 2 months ago

Great intro to flow yoga.

Thank you!
sandyfontannaz 2 months ago

What a great class with voice over and music!
Thank you so much!

Fiji is an EXCELLENT teacher!
shira 2 months ago

Fiji is an EXCELLENT teacher!

Core!
Irishlove 2 months ago

This is an excellent practice for building core strength. It's demanding, and efficient, whilst moving at a pace where individual adjustments can be made. I have always found Virabhadrasana III challenging, and therefore, need plenty of opportunities to move with my breath through transitions into it. I did find that transitioning from Virabhadrasana I to Virabhadrasana II means changing the foot position from parallel to between 45-60 deg to prevent knee and hips strain. I believe that a many people will put too much strain on their knees/hips if they attempt to force the hips forward to square them if they don't have any anatomy or physiology background (not a criticism, an anatomical observation). Thank you very much for this practice. Namaste from Ireland.

Such an amazing free resource
BevieKnowles 2 months ago

Such an amazing free resource that I've just found, thank you so much for sharing this. Some days I need a boost with my self practice and this was perfect. The instructions were really clear so I didn't have to look at the screen often. Really accessible and enjoyable for a first thing in the morning practice. Namaste.

Wonderful class!
tinksweeney 3 months ago

WOW! My body feels great after this class. The poses and the flow gave time to breathe into them, which built up some heat and some good challenge for me! The music was really nice and helped me within the pose. Fiji gives good instruction through out the class. Thank you Fiji for this class and all your other classes too!! Namaste :-)

Thank you
elivensparger 3 months ago

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

magic
jwgrigri 3 months 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.