Fundamentals of Practice Day 3

Intermediate I

This class teaches you the key actions you need to effectively practice twisting poses such as revolved chair, revolved lunge and revolved triangle pose. Practicing twists effectively is the key to preparing for more advanced poses like backbends! This class can either be done as a stand-alone or as part of Rachel's 7-Day Fundamentals of Practice Yoga Challenge.

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Michael
Michael
December 30, 2021
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5
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This challenge has been a great opportunity to check and fine-tune my fundamentals. I put it on my calendar to repeat in April.

rowercp
rowercp
March 2, 2021
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I really needed this today. I really like how Rachel explains positioning. I have tight hips and I need to be mindful of where I should be in space without overextending my back.

SoniaM
SoniaM
June 12, 2020
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Wow! This was amazing. So very well explained. I realize how I've been "muscling" into my twists and losing some spine alignment. Thanks for a really great class Rachel.

kimchi
kimchi
April 29, 2020
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I liked how this class built on the foundation of the previous class, with the last class focusing on rotating the hips and this class focusing on rotating the upper body. I have an inexpensive yoga mat for backup or outdoor use so I used a quilting ruler to measure and mark a centre line down one side of the mat with permanent marker.

HeavyNettle
HeavyNettle
April 14, 2020
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I am loving these fundamentals classes as a way to come back into a dedicated yoga practice after years of only practicing sporadically. Rachel’s instruction always brings new awareness to every pose and I find I can move into deeper expressions of the poses with her guidance! Thank you.

sng4ever
sng4ever
December 16, 2019
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A loved having the strap to remind me to center my body / spine for twisting. A great practice for a beginner to learn how to do twists properly and also wonderful for a seasoned yogi to do as a reminder of where the body and spine should be aligned. And, Rachel is wonderful with her guidance, as always!