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Wrist Free Vinyasa, Part II

Intermediate I
(28 Reviews)

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This wrist free vinyasa class with Jonni-Lyn offers standing poses, hip openers, balancing poses and forward folds, all done without any pressure on the wrists. Jonni-Lyn shows you how you can be light on the fingertips - or simply hover them off the ground - and still maintain your balance, allowing you to practice for the days when you cannot (or choose not to) place weight on your wrists!

You can find Part One of this series here: Wrist Free Vinyasa, Part I.


  • None


  • Hips
  • Whole Body
  • Twists
  • Flexibility
  • Backbends
  • Legs and Feet


  • Vinyasa/Power Yoga
December 19, 2023

This is a lovely class. I felt very anxious before taking it and much calmer at the end. As others have said, it's also perfect if you have an injury or just need to give your wrists/shoulders a break whilst still getting a full practice. Thank you so much Jonni-Lyn.

February 2, 2022

What a lovely, soothing practice! Thank you!

I enjoyed the chanting and was wondering if you could offer more information about its source and credits (other than "India"), in this and any other practice that uses them. This information would help with intentions during the practice and would avoid the jarring appearance of cultural appropriation.

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