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Jivamukti Compass

Intermediate III
Join Jonni-Lyn in this steady and strong flow as she guides you through a few hip openers; camel pose (ustrasana), reclined hero pose (supta virasana) and headstand. Once your hips are happy and open, you will spend a bit of time exploring compass pose (parivrtta surya yantrasana).
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katienissa
katienissa
February 17, 2022
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5
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This is the most delicious practice - I've loved becoming engaged with a new style to me - would love to see more jivamukti classes with at least this length and skill level. Namaste<3

jujuchatillon
jujuchatillon
May 2, 2021
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first time ever doing Jivamukti, thank you so so much for a wonderful class

SMZalokar
SMZalokar
April 25, 2021
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Another remarkable time spent practicing with you. Thank you. Namaste.

Yvie138
Yvie138
April 12, 2021
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I loved every second of this practice. Thank you, Jonni-Lyn. I very much enjoyed the fast pace and more advanced poses.

LLove
LLove
April 10, 2021
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This is a beautiful class. I felt like I was there in the elements with the wind, the sky, and the water. It is a well rounded practice, fast moving, and with time to wind down and relax at the end. I love the spiritual aspect that Jonni-Lyn brings forth in her classes. I would categorize this class as Intermediate III or Advanced because of the pace and Headstand and Compass pose being more advanced poses.

mdelloch
mdelloch
April 8, 2021
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Enjoyed the class, but am used to a little longer in downward dog to catch my breath! Good hip stretches.

Christine N
Christine N
April 8, 2021
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I really enjoyed this class Jonni-Lyn, thank you. Good pace and great poses.

Thilo
Thilo
April 7, 2021
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Thank you very much Jonn-Lyn for this classical Jivamukti paced class. I am sometimes struggling with the speed of the warming up (especially when it is the first thing I do in the early morning) but it was definitly worth it! I felt wonderful after this flow and would love to find even longer Jivamukti classes - an hour would be great! Very nice chanting btw :)

edelweiss00
edelweiss00
April 6, 2021
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I loved this class. I came here after doing Fiji's 14 day challenge on Amazon Prime and subscribed. I was so amazed by what I was able to accomplish and what kinds of feelings I unearthed.

LucyHB
LucyHB
April 6, 2021
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I really enjoyed that! The hip openers at the beginning were great, and the whole think felt smooth and almost effortless even though she worked us quite hard. I enjoyed the muscle relaxations at the end too, thank you !

Nin
Nin
April 6, 2021
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The sequence is good but the instructor's breaths are way too fast (much faster than in other videos). Is Jivamukti supposed to be that way? She also seems constantly out of breath while explaining, which I find stressful (suffocating feeling). I miss the calmness we get with other instructors. It might improve over time. I enjoyed the chanting.

Fiji McAlpine
Fiji McAlpine
April 6, 2021
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Jivamukti is a very dynamic style of yoga which may be what you are observing. It can be challenging as a teacher to cue as much is as needed when also demontrating the sequence. Getting used to a new teacher, the way they cue and sound is also something that takes time, as you said.

Fiji

MariamS
MariamS
April 18, 2021
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I agree about the speed of the breathing. I've taken Jonni-Lyn Friel's other classes and found the same thing when it came to counting breaths specifically in downward dog when it's supposed to be five breaths. Normally I'm out of air when the teacher is counting breaths, meaning, their inhales and exhales are always longer than mine. However, the breaths here, every time they're counted are actually quite short and fast. I would just barely get in three ujayi breaths in the downward dogs. All of that said, I love the straightforwardness of the classes and when Jonni-Lyn does the cleansing breath sequence in another class, it's very different. In fact, that's probably one of the best ones I've done.