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Yes, Grasshopper!

Intermediate III
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This intermediate flow experience with Rachel will prepare you for exploring one of yoga’s most entertaining arm balances: insect pose (tittibhasana). Along the way, we’ll explore hip opening, full splits, core work, wrist strengthening and some other fun hand balances. Come along for the ride!


  • Block
  • Strap


  • Arms/Hands
  • Balance
  • Core Strength
  • Hips
  • Neck/Shoulders
  • Strength
  • Vigorous/Energy


  • Vinyasa/Power Yoga
December 9, 2022

I love your sense of humor. You're so weird.

July 17, 2022

Love this site, I've been a member for about 6 years. First comment and it needs to be seen: The title of this video only serves to perpetuate existing stereotypes of East Asian folks which has lead to the rise in violence within the community.

This may be different than the title's intent which I assume was meant to be "fun".

It's not fun to cherry-pick the things you like about a culture and not adopt the violence, fetishization and racial oppression of a marginalized population. Do better, be better 🙏🏾

Comment Replies

Fiji McAlpine
July 22, 2022

We appreciate and value your deep concern for this important topic. We agree with you that entertainment from 50 years ago is naturally problematic if it is only seen through today's lens without accounting for its context or how we've grown as a culture. We trust that most viewers who may recognize this reference see it for what we intended: an affectionate homage to a breakthrough cultural icon that initiated a wider conversation and appreciation for race and equality nearly half a century ago.

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