Power to Paradise

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
4.729165
Average: 4.7 (144 votes)
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Duration:
59
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11

Rachel shines in this exquisite class that finishes with the peak pose, Bird of Paradise (Svarga Dvijasana). Her clear descriptions and enthusiasm make this challenging hatha flow class a pure joy to be a part of. Have fun!

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga

Comments

Heidela 5 years ago

I completely enjoyed this thanks so much I received a few corrections to my posture I have been screwing up for years but even in a class could not pinpoint it ..sometimes the correct word at the correct time and wow you just line up and the pose comes easily

it really is about balance and form thanks for such a good video that emphasized both

chlebo 5 years ago

I enjoyed the intensity but slower pace of this class. It felt like a power class but with more time to rest and transition. I found the background music somewhat distracting, however. I would have preferred something that didn't sound electronic. Thank you for providing this new class.

GlassBeach 5 years ago

I'm a mindful beginner but I have to check out Rachel's classes. I can do some. I loved the leg guide and sacrum for downward dog. My downward dog was always messing with my lower back, as is everything I do, but I got it! Priceless instruction. Thank you so much.

anymij 5 years ago

This is an amazing class, and by far my favorite. I open up every time. Thank you!

Rachel Scott 5 years ago

Hi there!
In this practice I believe I'm using "The Mat" by Lululemon. It's a good one. For my personal practice, I use a Manduka black mat. I love it. It's indestructible. They are pricey (and heavy), but if you can leave your mat at the place you practice, you will never have to replace. I've had mine for more than 5 years now and no wear and tear!

MarissaH 5 years ago

This was a wonderful practice. Deep and mindful and fluid. I loved it.

Dakota Drummer 5 years ago

This class is a more challenging intermediate class on me. It reminds me of how I felt at times as a beginner, which is good. I should challenge myself at times. There were a few new asanas and sequences in here for me and I enjoyed the challenge. Well instructed and Nice subtle background music.
Namaste

belladonna_in 5 years ago

i really enjoyed this class with Rachels clear and mindul instructions. some parts have been challenging but i will just try this class more often! thanks a lot!