Slow Flow: Focus on Transitions

Guy Friswell
Instructor Guy Friswell
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Average: 4.7 (11 votes)
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Duration:
13
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12

In this class, Guy helps you explore the transitions between several common poses found in flow-style classes: child's pose, table top, plank, and downward dog. This class was designed with seniors in mind but, with a focus on economy of movement and proper alignment, it is the kind of practice that can benefit practitioners of all ages and levels. Check out some of Guy's other slow flow classes like Slow Flow: Seated Practice, or Slow Flow: Focus on Knees. Oh, and please don't take Guy's photochromic lenses personally. He's only hiding from the sun, not you!

Equipment: None
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Seniors

Comments

PeacefulRN 2 months ago

Wow - this was a truly unique way of transitioning through poses that I have done "on automatic" for so many years. It really required me to focus on the movements and each pose felt very fresh and new done in this way. Thanks for this short class! I'm looking forward to experimenting with using them during a flow class.

MEFIT8 3 months ago

So simple, straightforward and very effective! Thanks Guy! Loved my short trip to the beach with you!

Melanie Lichtinger 3 months ago

Very cool (incl shades) - transitions can be so simple and straight-forward.
No more shlumping (sp?). And I see - it's a lot about the knees - ruled by Capricorn . :-)

sng4ever 3 months ago

I love Guy's style and it was refreshing to see how he presented transitions. It was a different way of looking at them for me. I plan to incorporate some of this in my practice.