Rise and Shine

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.9 (980 votes)
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There's no better way to start your day! Fiji compacts everything into 35 minutes, making this class perfect for those who need something quick in the morning. This class is a great workout, with lots of challenging poses and deep openers. If you would like to do more with Fiji, try her 14-Day Yoga Challenge or her 7-Day Chakra Healing Series.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga


Astepenko 3 years ago

Love this yoga video! Fiji you do such a great with this flow and explaining things. Plus the setting you are in is fabulous to look at. Thanks for all you do. :-)

Dakota Drummer 3 years ago

Thanks for a powerful class.
I have an appreciation for how you guys do lots of classes outdoors in your beautiful country of Canada. I also appreciate how you can practice on a hard, slanted, curvy rock just as if you were on a flat, level floor in a studio while teaching with grace. I also appreciate how your videos all end silently so that we can extend our resting pose as like as we like in silence.
I frequently recommend your web site to my physical therapy patients.

lea.muller@stud... 3 years ago

I already made a comment in the past days, but I just wanted to say THANK YOU!!! <3 This practice makes me feel so good and I am happy to have seen my progress today!!!

lea.muller@stud... 3 years ago

This is one of my favourite classes at doyogawithme.com , maybe even my favourite!! It is just amazing! All my favourite stretches in one. Thank you for helping me have a better posture and curing my back pain!

Emerot 3 years ago

Thanks for this great class - a wonderful start to my day!

Kia Ora from New Zealand - Fiji you are one of my most fav yogis ever (and I only have 3)! Thank you for your amazingness xxx

Kayeecee 4 years ago

She never disappoints. Wonderfully balanced class. Bravo.

Britanygayj@gma... 4 years ago

I am loving this 30 day challenge but every time I try to drop down from plank into a push-up my elbow pops and now it's getting really painful. Do you have any suggestions?

David Procyshyn 4 years ago

No, I don't, but highly recommend seeing someone, such as a physiotherapist. You want to better understand what's going on before it gets any worse.