Refine and Align: Wild Thing

Intermediate II
Get ready to power up your hands and wrists and cultivate techniques to transition with functional intelligence towards this fierce heart-opener, also known as camatkarasana or flip dog. In this intermediate vinyasa flow class, Andrea helps you focus on transitions that open your chest, hips, shoulder area and much more.
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LindsayC608
August 11, 2020
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Love the teacher, love the class! This IS a ton of work on the wrists. I think I started flipping my dog before I really worked through how to do the pose correctly/ well. This was just what I needed for a mini-burst of energy at the end of a long day too. Thank you!

doyogajason
July 3, 2020
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This was really helpful! In a live class you never know if are you doing this one properly. This class built some confidence in the pose.

mkposky
June 21, 2020
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Great instruction. Calm vibe. Wrist stretches snuck in between poses (awesome). Strengthening and will make you begin to sweat!

Rebecca Maxwell
June 16, 2020
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Thank you. You are one of my favorite teachers! Everything seems possible with your instruction. Last year I was in thumb and wrist braces and needed physical therapy just to do everyday things. I have very slowly used yoga to strengthen my wrists. This practice felt powerful.

PattyRoma
May 27, 2020
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Thanks so much, Andrea, you are an amazing teacher, I love your classes!

CourtenayLane
March 23, 2020
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Today I baked my Dad a birthday cake, and spent ages sifting icing sugar for the frosting, and the wrist relief poses in this class were just exactly what was needed! What wonderful tools all these poses you shared will be going forward. It’s the little things that make a big difference, and I will be more aware and present during wild thing from now on. Thank-you so much Andrea!!

sng4ever
March 15, 2020
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A great tutorial and loved the wrist movement/exercises.

Becky in TX
March 5, 2020
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A Wonderful little class. The wrist stretches are just what I needed as I work on a computer all day. Wrists get neglected and so this felt awesome (and a little awful). Just what I needed. And, it made Wild Thing even more fun.

kathrynbirkholm
February 29, 2020
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I like you short tutorials. would love to see a full class.
your energy is great and positive.
one small thing that I learned years ago in yoga teacher training,
notice how many times you say "you're gonna, we're gonna" take 'em out for clearer instruction.
hope to see more of you. namaste

WaywardAlchemist
February 19, 2020
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Loved this short tutorial! Clear instructions and unique approach. I really appreciate your cool & beautiful aesthetic too! <3