Fundamentals of Practice Day 2

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
Average: 4.9 (37 votes)
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In this practice, Rachel helps you find new space and stability through the hips. Learn and apply the essential actions you need to work your hips into externally rotated poses like warrior 2 and side angle pose, and half moon. This class can either be done as a stand-alone or as part of Rachel's 7-Day Fundamentals of Practice Yoga Challenge.

Equipment: Block
Style: Power Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga


Gilly Vanilly 2 weeks ago

Day 2 completed and I feel so good, thank you Rachel. Didnt think I could manage intemidiate but so far so good :-) Thank you for your great "juicy" guidance. Namaste

dukegal1213 1 month ago

I love coming back to Rachel's challenge. This class is always a great reminder about hip placement and alignment, and it works your legs like WHOA! Thanks, Rachel, for the great instruction.

sethflag 2 months ago

Love all of Rachel's classes. Great explanations-Always learn something new.

kimchi 3 months ago

Fantastic class focusing on hip opening in standing poses.

msinger919 6 months ago

Rachel does a great job coaching and explaining poses and reminding me to breathe. Great beginner class.

treespiderbite 7 months ago

I've been practicing fairly regularly for over 5 years but so far this series has been great for me, taking time to really feel the poses and coming back to the basics to build a stronger foundation

sng4ever 8 months ago

Rachel guides us through a wonderful hip opening class. There is a lot of leg work however it is well worth it to understand how to position your body in various poses. Again, this class is wonderful for beginners, yogis wanting to go back over the basics, and students of YTT.

GlassBeach 8 months ago

An IMPORTANT CLASS! This fundamental class was brilliantly done. I found some new ways to work with gravity, finding more stability in Warrior poses and triangles and had quite fun with shifting my ardha chandrasana with the leg, hip, pelvis and chest all so simply, yet profoundly, aligned.