Natarajasana: Dance of the Divine

Shivani Wells
Instructor Shivani Wells
4.72174
Average: 4.7 (115 votes)
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68
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Shivani takes you through a beautiful, invigorating flow that finishes with full dancer's pose, or natarajasana. She has a wonderful clarity and ease in her delivery and she has a way of making the more difficult poses feel easier. Have fun exploring the dancer inside of you!

Equipment: Strap
Style: Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga for Strength

Comments

ktbergson 8 years ago

Really enjoyable lesson - thank you. This is the first time I've used this website and I feel very inspired by your lovely class. I liked the flow of it and the way it built steadily up to the peak point of full dancer. I've never thought of using a strap to access full dancer pose so that gave me a new experience.

peacewithinme 8 years ago

I found some of the poses a little awkward for me as a beginner, but throughout the experience, I could feel some of the poses becoming a little easier. My muscles were opening up, and the strap helped with some of the poses for me. It's a good program that I plan on repeating again in the future until I can complete the poses without shaking/ being too wobbly.

Overall, I found it to be a great form of exercise on my non-running day. I have found that being a runner with poor stretching habits and becoming older has caused me to become a bit stiffer than I once was. The flow of this video had me fully relaxed and I could feel the weight/ stress dropping off my body at the end.

danibomb 8 years ago

This was a very nice flow, challenging enough to break a sweat but also restorative and relaxing!

David Procyshyn 8 years ago

Yes, this is a great flow. The mic was acting up a bit that day, but it ended up working out fine. Thanks for mentioning the strap... I've added it to the class description so others won't be taken off guard!

Chaser13 8 years ago

First time with this teacher and liked the flow. The mic volume fluctuates a bit but not a big deal really. Not to hard physically but some challenging asanas and next time I will make sure I have a strap.
Namaste'