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Setting the Foundation

Intermediate II
(58 Reviews)

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In this practice with Rachel, we will set the foundation for developing a safe and effective inversion practice. This class targets key areas of the body for inversions: wrists, shoulders, hips, core, and hamstrings. Note: You will need a wall to do the practice.

This can either be done as a stand-alone class, as Day 1 of Rachel's 7-Day Inversion Challenge or as Day 5 of the Daily Dose 30-Day Intermediate Yoga Challenge.


  • Block


  • Whole Body
  • Strength
  • Core Strength
  • Inversions
  • Neck/Shoulders
  • Arms/Hands


  • Vinyasa/Power Yoga
May 25, 2024

Rachel is the reason I love this site so much. She is the best teacher. She is very helpful with clear and specific instructions that help you align with the pose and feel like you're finally doing it right, with minimal effort. Thank you.

March 16, 2024

Rachel, a big thank you. This did wonders for all my tight muscles. Also I love the strengthening aspect of it. Unlike other comments, YES, I needed the thorough, clear instructions/explanations and all your talking.

September 27, 2023

nice poses and good to have some explanations about alignment, but it was a bit too much talking for me.


My shoulders and lower back were tight from kayaking yesterday and this was a great class to work out the kinks. Also good for counteracting a lot of the desk work I have to do.

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