Morning Hatha Yoga

Melissa Krieger
Instructor Melissa Krieger
4.814355
Average: 4.8 (404 votes)
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Duration:
38
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06

This beginner hatha yoga class is a nice way to wake up and start your day, if you only have half an hour to spare. Melissa goes at a nice pace, spending enough time in poses to create a good release, and emphasizing alignment and breath. You will love the way you feel after doing this class!

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga

Comments

anniebell 2 years ago

Perfect- just what I needed this morning. Thank you so much.

jozefien 2 years ago

Hi Melissa,
when you finish the practice with 'thank you for joining me', I always have to say, thank you so much for teaching me!
I love this class, especially on days when waking up is not easy

stephleest 2 years ago

I woke up feeling like a crumpled piece of paper - my shoulders misaligned, my back and hips feeling knotty and tight - and this class made me feel much better. My body had a lot more movement and flexibility halfway through the class. I can feel a big difference between my first and last few breaths. Thank you Melissa!

chopper 2 years ago

Meliss what a gift you have been blessed with teaching yoga to all of us in our homes around the world . I do so many of your classes I feel like you are my friend and I am truly grateful for you and all that you bring to this hurry up world . I love the setting and sound of the water and now I feel ready to work !!!
Peace

clacaresse 2 years ago

Awesome! My favorite flow yet and Melissa is the best. She explains clearly and offers good modifications.

anitaalegrett 2 years ago

This one was great. I'm a newbie to yoga and I loved this class. Helped me relax and balance a lot. Thanks!

tinazzina 2 years ago

Lovely class and the sound of the sea is very soothing and relaxing!

Rnfromjmu 2 years ago

Great class to prepare the body for the day! This is a new favorite.

The pace and pose types are Ankylosing Spondylitis friendly and helpful for those of us with significantly restricted spinal mobility. The cues regarding paying attention to what you are feeling in your neck as you choose positions is a great help in making sure not to push too far.