Morning Wake-Up Hatha Flow

Sarah Jane Steele
Instructor Sarah Jane Steele
Average: 4.6 (191 votes)
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The pacing of this hatha yoga flow class with Sarah-Jane will help you wake up slowly and move gradually toward more challenging poses and deeper stretches. Her guidance is gentle and encouraging and her cueing is easy to follow, so don't worry if you still feel a little sleepy. Music provided by Yogitunes. To listen to or purchase the playlist, go here.

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga


nipper 2 years ago

Great 23 min practice with great instruction and options. Nice for when an hour is not possible. Thanks!

unclejuice19 2 years ago

Good thing for the pause button so these old bones can catch up. Whew! Nice job though Sarah Jane Steele.

susan.rae 2 years ago

While this class is quite fast, I do like it for an invigorating wake-up. Once I get to know it off by heart, I can see myself doing this one outside and then go at my own pace.
Thank you,

clafond 2 years ago

Thank you! This practice fit in perfectly to my morning routine. I feel energized to start my day. Namaste.

Stephanie Wells 2 years ago

Loved it!!! Not too hard and not too easy!! Just right!!! With a fabulous closing!!!! Thank you Sarah!!!!!

birdnthesky 2 years ago

Loved this routine. Not sure how "beginner" like it is but it is great for beginners transitioning to intermediate. I will be adding this one to my regular practice. It is perfect for mornings when you don't have much time.

QianaMarie 2 years ago

When I feel overwhelmed with the idea of a longer practice, I love this video for a short but invigorating (read: vigorous) practice that challenges me. May not be appropriate for absolute beginners but worked well for me and keeps me engaged and motivated to do more.

chipwap 2 years ago

This was a wonderful short, multi-level, energizing class. It starts with sun salutations goes into balance poses, then a few twists to release tension, and finally a short relaxation / integration. Not just for morning! Thank you!

KatiaB 2 years ago

Too fast sorry. If you want to do exercises correctly and breath correctly while watching the screen, it needs to be slower. Certainly for an absolute beginner who does not know all the poses