Steadiness and Ease

Intermediate III

Her unique style and attention to detail makes Shivani the perfect teacher for a class with this theme. She guides two students through a challenging, fun flow while returning to the concept of steadiness and ease, something that is very difficult to maintain in practice and in life.

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duroc017
August 1, 2020
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I love how slow and grounding this practice is. Also, my hamstrings were very tight and sore this morning and this sequence did a fantastic job of stretching and opening them back up. I wish there were more classes with Shivani on here, I love her calm style of guidance and tips.

tracygibbons99@gmail.com
February 5, 2020
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The cueing and pacing was awesome. My only feedback is that it was not balanced in the sense of front and back side of hips. every pose was a hamstring opener, which left me feeling very good in the hamstrings and very tight in the psoas/quads.

natoca
December 22, 2019
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Streaming was cut in the middle, seems like a problem with the video

kimmers722
December 19, 2017
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I absolutely loved this class - it was delicious for my 5am wake up practice. Shivani is so poised and lovely, her instructions are well articulated and patient. She injects a sense of lightness and grace into the practice -- and I learned a few new things! I will definitely be returning for this one. Namaste.

SerenaAnn
February 8, 2015
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This practice was extremely grounding. I have very low blood pressure and a low heart rate, so breathing very deeply and grounding myself in every posture is absolutely necessary. This was a great practice. Also, the ladies in the class seem to emanate a bright and shiny energy. Truly wonderful!

yogiteresa
November 27, 2014
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One of the most wonderful and most frustrating things about yoga is how much variety there is in the practice and how difficult it is to describe a teacher's style. This video is categorized as "flow," but it is actually very slow and deliberate, with very few namaskars and a lot of alignment specificity. If you're expecting a Shiva Rea style vinyasa sequence, you'll be disappointed and maybe a little bored. I also wouldn't call this intermediate -- there's one challenging vasisthasana variation, but the rest is about getting specific in basic asanas. If you're looking primarily to sink and breathe into postures, you'll be pleased.

machine
November 1, 2014
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First time trying shivani,s class. To be honest I thought it would be a bit light.very glad I found it as she has a great style and really enjoyed it. Fantastic loooking studio too.

Becky in TX
October 28, 2014
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I feel calm and energized at the same time! What a peaceful spirit radiates from Shivani. I too found just what I needed right now in my life.
Feeling gratitude,
Thank You.

leslysc
September 17, 2014
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Shivani by far one of my favorite yogis!
Love your style

Debussine
September 8, 2014
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I love Shivani's style, her flow is very soothing, well guided and I find myself smiling and seeking challenge in each of her classes! This focus on steadiness and ease is exactly what I need in my life, thank you.

dingobaby
July 23, 2014
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Really nice flow- loved the elaboration of the body with each asana. Your style of teaching is very comfortable, relaxed, and encouraging. Will find more of your classes:) Thank you