Get into eka pada rajakapotasana, or king pigeon pose - a great shoulder, chest and psoas opener.
Recommended props: 1 block, 1 blanket
What an awesome class! Felt a nice heat building up to open hips and back. Will definitely do this class again!
This class was a worthwhile challenge for me. I agree with other commenters who said it feels rushed in a few parts, but overall I really enjoyed it and will do it again. The sequence built definitively towards the most advanced pigeon pose I've attempted, and helped me be successful when I arrived!
Thank you for this great class full of energetic backbends. At some point I feel a rush the way you give instructions.
I feel great after this practice and my shoulders definitely feel more open. I did however feel rushed in certain parts of this practice. An example would be in the beginning, in my opinion, there should be more of a spine warm up. We jumped into back bends too soo and that's not good for those with sensitive backs. There were also times when both practitioners got into the same pose rather than one doing the modified pose. The example for this is the last bridge/wheel pose.
really great instruction. will continue to do
Work on kicking up to handstand and balancing in the middle of the room. Also check out Alex's other class on this for a different take.
Work on all things crow pose and fly into bakasana in this fun arm balance sequence. Check out the entire Journey to Learn Bakasana.
Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket
Surprise yourself with just how much you can get done in a quick twenty minute yoga practice. Recommended props: 1 block
Work on getting into hanumanasana, or the splits, in this playful hamstring opening class. Did you know we have an entire Journey to Hanumanasana?
Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 strap