Power Yoga for Shoulder Stability

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.9 (143 votes)
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In this power yoga class, Fiji puts together a brilliant flow that shows you how to create the power and flexibility that you need for a forearm balance. She is calm and precise in her explanations, giving this class a focus and meditative flow that is unique and deeply fulfilling.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga


lovedrumtalk 3 years ago

i was looking for a shoulder/heart opener and was scared that this practice would work it too much instead, but i decided to do it anyway because Fiji's classes are always good. And this class is just what i needed!! my shoulders do feel light and "reset".

thank you so much for all the wonderful practices Fiji!!

kara_western 3 years ago

I was really nervous about this class. I find Fiji's classes to be already challenging (in a good way) and then this one was labelled CHALLENGING intermediate, and on top of that a full length class! But it was actually a really great class that pushed me in ways I never knew! I have no arm strength and my shoulder's are really tight, but this class allowed me to progress slowly and push my boundaries in gentle ways. I wasn't able to do any inversions, but just working on my arms and forearms let me strengthen my body to help me get there down the road... thanks!

terriblemonde 3 years ago

powerful & with great, detailed instruction that made my poses more effective. thank you

juneonthemoon 3 years ago

What a beautifully challenging practice. I will definitely be coming back to this one to further the poses.

beckymartello 3 years ago

Somehow yoga gives you just what you need. Beautiful closing sentiments. Thank you, Fiji.

loriinman 3 years ago

First of all, I'm loving the Challenge! Doing classes I hadn't done before and really stretching into new challenges. It's easy to gravitate to the same classes and get in a rut. Second, after the Challenge I would love to see suggestions on how to put the videos together in a series to work on certain goals. For example, if you want to start building more spine flexibility, list out 7 classes in a certain order that help you build toward that. I'm so random in how I pick classes. I would love some goal-based suggestions to help me branch out.

birdnthesky 3 years ago

Great shoulder class. I need to incorporate it into my weekly routine.