Slow, Steady, Strong

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
4.88199
Average: 4.9 (322 votes)
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Duration:
33
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41

Fiji slows down this power yoga flow to hold poses a little longer, while still delivering a strong, energized, packed and fulfilling 30-minute vinyasa flow class. Her guidance will help you maintain integrity, while pushing the boundaries of your body with each asana.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

kate griffin 1 week ago

I know I've done this class before but returning to it today was exceptional! It was just the right pace and challenge level for me as I balance a busy day with two young kids. I finished feeling peaceful and happy. Thank you Fiji!

Mbot 1 month ago

Just wanted to second that the cueing in this class is amazing. One of my favorites!

FrannyJ1 5 months ago

Love this most AWESOME practice! Phenomenal cues and commentary. And a great workout and release.
Fiji and DoYogaWithMe NEVER disappoint! Thank you so much!

Ziegenherz 8 months ago

I love this practice, and I am so grateful for the variety of classes, Fiji offers us on DoYogawithme. I come back to this class in times of lots of pain, and it always helps me to reconnect with my body and makes me trust, that I will heal again.
Together with Rise and Shine and the 20 Min. Morning practice (and ..and..and.., but trying to keep it short) Fijis classes have accompanied me through 4 pregnancies and very busy and health-wise challenging times.
So once again, thank you so much for your great classes, Fiji, and Doyogawithme for giving them a platform.

jbondor 8 months ago

I have done this soothing practice countless times. It's one you'll come back to! Fiji, please consider making a longer (40-50 minute) version of long holds like this. Love it!

Paola 1 year ago

Thank you - I find this very good to prepare for a long sitting meditation -

nadonado 1 year ago

Thanks for the excellent instructions, the particulars of where certain parts of the body need to be or focus is very helpful.

duroc017 1 year ago

I really love this practice. It goes by fast, but doesn't feel rushed. Plus, it is not too challenging. Yet, my core and arm muscles are always a little sore the next day after I do it, which always surprises me a little, but I think is a good sign, right? This is one of my favorites on this site for sure.

Oyahbecka 1 year ago

This is the best practice for when I have anxiety. Forces me to slow down and shift my focus to the present and the feel of my body. Thank you <3

jennydyring 1 year ago

I've only just back into yoga after tearing a quad muscle. This one is great because it gives you time to assess each move and consider the impact on any injury.