Yoga to Build Resilience - Shorter Class

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.8 (360 votes)
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This intermediate class with Fiji reminds us that our practice is a source of inner resilience, the ability to nurture ourselves on many levels so that we have the ability and energy to spring back from adversity as our best selves. Pranayama, dynamic flow, and deep rest are interwoven to fill your cup on multiple levels. This is a shortened version of a full class with the same name, for the busy yogi's out there.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga


PeacefulRN 2 weeks ago

12/31/20. Very nice way for me to get my head clear and feel grounded and calm before another hectic shift at the hospital. Good reminders to look for + sense the spaciousness in my body and mind. Thank you.

sseb 3 months ago

My favourite thing about this class were the shoulder opening poses right at the start--I feel like a new person! Thanks for the great class.

belladonna_in 7 months ago

It was a great class as i always enjoy fijiis classes, just felt a bit too much talking for me..

wanita 1 year ago

Thank you Fiji , lovely practice as always :) I will try the longer class when I have some extra time.

jenna audrey 1 year ago

This was my first class postpartum and it was absolutely perfect. Life with the new babe has been beautiful but challenging, it was so necessary for me to come back to my mat and remind myself to take care of myself and to gain strength in my ability to be resilient.
This felt incredible.

Also LOVED the great transitions between asanas, Fiji! Fantastic practice as always. Thank you!

Esteroali 1 year ago

This is my first comment ever...wonderful class.
I didn’t look at the time once which is a good thing..

EmBe 1 year ago

Nice class for a rainy Saturday afternoon when I wanted something short and different. I liked the flow of this class and that it wasn’t too challenging. Fiji’s explanations were good, and I seldom had to look at the screen.

Sbpike 1 year ago

I loved how Fiji used common poses but transitioned from them in uncommon ways, allowing my body to stretch more deeply. Excellent pacing as well.