Life and Transitions

Intermediate I
(71 Reviews)
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Join Jonni-Lyn for this short, mindful yoga practice. The focus is moving with slow, mindful movements through the transitions of the poses. When the inhalation begins, the movement begins. When the exhalation begins, the movement begins. Each mindful movement is counted for five breaths with as much controlled movement as you can. You have the option to place your knees down on the floor for chaturangas, if needed.

This can either be done as a stand-alone class or as Day 14 of Cultivate Your Inner Teacher 14-Day Intermediate Yoga Challenge.

Life and Transitions Playlist (to be played with the class)

Click on playlist below and press play when the class begins.

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Note: You will need a subscription for access to Apple Music, and for music to play ad-free on Spotify and YouTube Music. You will also need to adjust the volume to your preference.


  • None


  • Arms/Hands
  • Balance
  • Flexibility
  • Hips
  • Lower Back
  • Neck/Shoulders
  • Spine
  • Strength
  • Whole Body


  • Slow Flow
  • Vinyasa/Power Yoga
February 4, 2023

Lovely slower pace, allowing gentleness and for awareness deep within.

Claudia Munera Roldan
January 11, 2023

Lovely class, it is so different doing the movements slowly, it made me feel more mindful about my practice.

Virginia Rego
November 21, 2022

I think I'm an outlier as I see that no one else commented on this...I found the constant counting a bit jarring. I was trying to catch the inhales and exhales and thinking about the next spoken numbers.

The premise I liked though - the transitions and not rushing.

For the stars I rated only a 3 as I wouldn't do the class again. But I do enjoy Jonni-Lyn's other classes, which I rate higher.

Comment Replies

Virginia Rego
March 3, 2023

Ha! three months later I came back to this class as it was part of a challenge. I had forgotten that I had even done it before! I edited my Nov rating from a 3 to a 5. This time I loved the counting and felt my body counting along mindfully. Thank you!