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Maintain Alignment in a Hatha Flow Class

Beginner II
This slow-paced, hatha flow class is the perfect transition from learning alignment in your poses to a class that flows more from one pose to the next. David makes this class accessible to all levels, while emphasizing yoga's fundamental principles.
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Shannon16
Shannon16
January 7, 2019
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I can feel the difference in my flexibility from Day 1 until now....thanks for the great video!

DeeCoop
DeeCoop
January 7, 2019
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I find flow a bit hard but I liked this

treelusin
treelusin
January 7, 2019
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Oh David, that was great... it was "easy" to maintain alignment in this class... your explanations are great! Wooo I feel so alive this morning after this, THANK YOU once again :D

jennysknight
jennysknight
January 7, 2019
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I enjoyed the weekend twist but it's good to get back into the progression of classes - follows through nicely

turnersusmc
turnersusmc
January 7, 2019
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Great stand alone class as clear guided intro to flow poses. Thanks David!

DKincade
DKincade
January 7, 2019
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Thank you for a the slow transition into the Hatha Flow.

Francine P
Francine P
January 7, 2019
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I missed yesterday's class cause my muscles were recovering from a zumba session yesterday. Today felt good and just enough challenge.
Namaste

debvmikev
debvmikev
January 7, 2019
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I needed that this morning. Continuing to feel more confident in my alignment.

nskittle
nskittle
January 7, 2019
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It definitely adds another layer to the practice to do the poses mindfully with awareness to the alignment. It was challenging but worth it.

juneonthemoon
juneonthemoon
January 7, 2019
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I'm enjoying the sequence of these videos on this challenge. My body has felt challenged a little more every day, my sleep has been AMAZING, and I was ready for this class today. Great instruction and a good intro (or if you've been practicing for some time, reintroduction) to hatha flow yoga. Thank you! Looking forward to tomorrow.

TracyLD
TracyLD
January 7, 2019
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Bit fast to go from down up directly into knees, but I did it!

EmBe
EmBe
January 7, 2019
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The previous classes were an excellent preparation for today’s class. The pace is perfect for me as I get used to using an iPad for this Challenge.

lisaanne999
lisaanne999
January 7, 2019
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Wow. I felt terrible when I first woke up. I'm amazed how much better I feel. Thank you for an excellent class. Great instruction!

kuhu22
kuhu22
January 6, 2019
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I've noticed that when I'm in the downward dog position, my head feels very tight and uncomfortable. Is it because of a blood rush or am I doing something wrong?
As always, thank you for the great class, David!

Libris_46
Libris_46
January 6, 2019
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A perfect class for the day - and a good reminder of how the poses should feel, which can easily be forgotten in a faster moving class

Libris_46
Libris_46
January 6, 2019
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A perfect class for the day - and a good reminder of how the poses should feel, which can easily be forgotten in a faster moving class

SarahViolet
SarahViolet
January 6, 2019
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The earlier alignment classes really paid off in this flow. I’ve never felt so strong, grounded, energized, and aware! Thank you!

wayfarer
wayfarer
January 6, 2019
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very informative. Again, a great introduction to basic poses, specifically detailing how you should be maintaining the alignment throughout. David puts a lot of effort into describing how each pose should be held, and makes the poses themselves filled with more effort and work, which I like, because I feel like often these principles are brushed over or assumed knowledge.

shyone
shyone
January 6, 2019
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This was a great way to start out the day.

Janet_
Janet_
January 3, 2019
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Thank you, David, for this class. The pacing was wonderful for settling into the poses; the reminder of energy and presence in all four directions was just what I needed this morning.