Moving Meditation II

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Instructor Fiji McAlpine
4.916665
Average: 4.9 (36 votes)
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Duration:
46
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56

Note: this class is temporarily free, to go with Fiji's Yoga for Eating Disorders Program. It will be returned to subscriber-only on May 7th. This is an advanced intuitive flow full of standing balances, complex transitions, and binds. Fiji encourages you to listen to and follow the harmonised voice of your mind and body, and follow the guidance of your breath.

Equipment: None
Style: Power Yoga

Comments

A-ma-ziing!
saludintegrada 1 month ago

I absolutely loved this practice; a perfect combination of meditative + challenging + fun! I loved the level of intensity, the fun and unexpected transitions, and the overall feeling I have right now. I look forward to feeling sore tomorrow, or maybe even this evening LOL. Oh and the setting....just...perfect <3 Thanks, Fiji and DYWM team; you rooooock!! :D

Wow wee!
jhuffman 1 month ago

That was a good one. I have never done bird of paradise. With Fiji's instructions, almost anything is possible. I can't quite shoot my legs out to the side when crouched forward but I'm looking forward to working on that. Now I finally get why you may want to buy a particular routine. Thank you!

<3
tarynchess 1 month ago

What a beautiful, delicious class. That move from wild thing into bridge was fun and I totally fell out both times trying to go in reverse, so I know I'll be so proud of myself when I can do it. That, and maybe one day getting my feet off the ground while balancing on my hands! You're always an inspiration, Fiji!

BEST CLASS EVER!
sindysisi 1 month ago

Thank you Fiji! This class is challenging yet meditating! Love the pace! I didn't check the clock to see how many minutes left because I enjoyed every moment of it!

Thank you!
ajfinnen 2 months ago

I LOVED this practice! Thank you, thank you!

Changed my mindset!
ajfinnen 3 months ago

When I woke up today, after saying, "thank you", I felt heavy, creaky, tired and daunted by my list of "things to do". I decided to try this class because of the title, even though I shy away from the advanced classes usually. I am so glad I did! I now feel light, airy, and even though my list hasn't shortened, I feel much more positive and capable! This is a challenging and wonderful class. It's so nice to have options when the more difficult poses aren't attainable, yet. Many thanks, Fiji!

Flowing Creativity
Melanie Lichtinger 3 months ago

So good to having challenged myself with this advanced flow practice with Fiji!
Even though my body wasn't up for some of the poses it was so inspiring to see where it can go, play with new forms and sensations, and take in Fiji's calm and strong modelling and guidance. As always, loved her ever newly creative flow / flowing creativity.
Will bookmark and revisit - see where it takes over time....

Definitely advanced but really fun and refreshing
YogiRiss 4 months ago

I also get very excited when a new Fiji class drops. I have been working my way back from an ACLR surgery and this was definitely a challenge. I had a great time, though, exploring my body, finding the limits and honoring where I'm at currently. It's a beautiful and fun flow--even if you fall over a few times like me :-)

Fiji never disappoints
bridgetfelix 4 months ago

Thank you so much for this amazing class. The setting was as if it was plucked right out of a dream, and Fiji's instruction was, as always, clear and gentle. I'll be coming back to this one often. Thanks again.

Stunning!
jbondor 4 months ago

Very empowering class with creative and fun transitions. I was blown away by the beauty of the setting and Fiji practicing it in. I normally do intermediate classes, but like to try out the advanced ones sometimes. It's a nice way to experience new poses -- sometimes I just stay in the first option or go back and wait in plank, but I always manage a few new ones. Very powerful feeling! I do admit to getting very giggly when Fiji said, "preparation for doing legs behind the head". I'm not quite there yet, but still a lovely practice. Always grateful for Fiji!