Tapas and Transformation

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.9 (46 votes)
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This vigorous flow with Fiji stokes the inner fire with core work and challenging asanas. The inner fire helps us shed that which holds us back and gives us courage to step into something new.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga


orchard rachie 12 hours ago

Fantastic class. So full of energy, and yes, fire in the belly! Great start to the weekend. Thank you Fiji and DYWM

ssolomo8 2 days ago

This is my favourite class. Thank you so much, Fiji!

rubie218 3 days ago

Thank you so much - I am a huge fan of your classes, Fiji, and can't wait for the new ones to come out. I particularly liked the side extensions from table pose around minute 4, since I don't see those in other classes too often. Please keep sprinkling in fun unique poses like that!

zoeg 1 week ago

Brilliant combination of creative transitions and familiar poses. Gets you warm feeling wrung out (in the good way). Thank you, Fiji, for this spicy practice!

Yayne86 1 week ago

This is my new favourite Fiji class! Loved the energy and core work! Thanks so much Fiji! If anyone know of any of her videos that are similar to this in terms of pace and strength, please share!! Namaste

Fiji McAlpine 4 days ago

So happy you like it!! I have a couple more I filmed at the same time that are very similar in level and pace, they will be released later this month! Vinyasa for vitality is also a good one!

crepuscule3142 5 days ago

Rise and Shine by Fiji is fantastic and similar in spirit, I've been doing it for years. Tracey also has good half hour workouts.

sng4ever 1 week ago

I was not sure what to expect however I saw this was Fiji so I knew it would be great.
This is a wonderful , WARM and invigorating practice. There are some areas where you can modify if you are a beginner.
Great for the core!!!!

ElenaLon 1 week ago

Another great class from Fiji. The only slight feedback I have is that, for me, there wasnt enough warm-up before the backbends and more challenging poses - could be because it's a shorter class, plus it's still very cold where I am (sigh).
So when I do it again I will add a 10 minute warmup at the beginning to ensure I am ready to go !