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Slow Stretch Flow

Intermediate II
This slow-paced, stretchy flow class with Jonni-Lyn is the perfect way to connect with your breath and tune in to your body. With lots of rolling movements, a focus on hip-opening and seated postures, this class will have you slow down and loosen up. It begins with the Guru mantra, chanting to the “Guru” which is the remover of darkness. The second chant is done with the classical sun salutations and was traditionally done with each movement to give thanks to the sun for rising each day and shining on us all.


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Carmen Igarza
March 4, 2021

Perfect for a relaxing practice before dinner and bed. Thank you!!

March 3, 2021

Ah this was such a lovely chilled class, loved it! And I especially like the way Jonni-Lyn guides us to get into firelog pose. My hips feel awesome. Namaste

January 19, 2021

Thanks for a nice combination of stretching and meditation after a long day sitting in front of the computer. It was really therapeutic and reminded me of the importance of meeting my mat more often.
You are inspiring and practices are always well thought out.


January 6, 2021

I really liked this class. The chanting and meditation increase the feeling of being grounded and I like the way you let the breath lead. I'm glad I get to learn from you.

November 15, 2020

Just what I needed today, thank you so much.

October 27, 2020

I LOVE your classes! Will you be putting up new intermediate soon? So grateful for this wonderful combination of meditation and yoga.
October 25, 2020

This hit the spot tonight. Your cues are well paced and I appreciate the counter stretches too. Thank you so much for your beautiful, calming, stretchy class!

October 24, 2020

Extremely gratifying and feel-good integral hatha flow class, which is very well-rounded, as it includes breath consciousness, mantra chanting at the beginning and end, lots of stretching and slow movement, and a short meditation. It starts and ends with a number of floor-based postures, and has a slow sun salutation section in the middle. I really love the way Jonni-Lyn transmits a sense of spiritual reverence throughout the class.

October 21, 2020

Jonni-Lyn, thank you! It was fun to do a slower paced class with you and to notice the spaciousness within it. Just right for this overcast morning.

October 14, 2020

Lovely class and very much what I needed today. That said there were a couple of spots where we did twists on the right and not on the left. I was able to pause the video and add it in myself, but a heads up to anyone doing it. Also, not sure I would call this an intermediate class, certainly not intermediate II. This was very slow and without a lot of challenging poses, maybe more of a beginner III class.

October 12, 2020

Not sure if I would grade this class as level 11 intermediate...probably easier than that but very restful

October 12, 2020

A feel good practice. A couple of hiccups in the video when one knee is forward and then moving back to half split however it was not that big of a deal.

A softer practice for Jonni-Lynn. Love the chanting too!

October 11, 2020

I was feeling a little miserable today. This class was lovely, it has brought my emotions to the surface in a good way. The directions are perfect, the class is so calming. I love the chanting, it is so hard to find a teacher for chants. I would love to see the words written down and translated so I can learn the chant and understand and practice it better. Thank you for sharing.

October 7, 2020

Lovely class! Thanks a lot!

October 7, 2020

Fantastic class that packs in a lot without ever feeling hurried. I found this a great morning practice, as the beginning is slow and stretchy enough for morning joints! Thank you Jonni-Lyn!

October 7, 2020

Beautifully paced class, perfect after a couple of days of more intense classes when my muscles were a bit sore. This seemed to hit all the right spots! Also really enjoyed the inclusion of more chanting - any chance we could get the words of each in the class description to refer to please?