This sweaty, hard class gives you a little bit of everything. Recommended props: 1 block

Good class, holds were pretty good. Little warm up ahead of the class is a must

Murali P.

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so triggering to hear how hard she is on the woman of color in the front. why does she scold her like a child?

Frances M.

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There is just too much talking. Couldn't make it through the class.

stephanie b.

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My body felt wonderful and so relaxed after this practice. 💗

COLLEEN R.

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Be sure to warm up your wrists in advance! Heavy on side plank in particular. You may also want to do some hip openers first, as the arm balance is a flying pigeon. Not a fast flow, the difficulty comes from holding poses longer and working on strength.

Marlene D.

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This class does have a little of everything, but it has a lot of planks and side planks. I enjoyed the long holds of poses

Mary C.

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Strong, very well sequenced flow

Brian C.

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Overall this was a good advanced class - I got a nice sweat going and definitely felt key muscles working. If you're intermediate, you can do this class. I do think her cueing was a bit long, she definitely wants you to hold tough poses for a while. And I agree with others that when she describes how to hold a pose it can be a bit too much detail and distracting from the point which is to hold the pose.

Simone P.

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I actually really enjoyed this class but it is not a ‘power vinyasa’ flow aka tons of vinyasas etc. I’m ok with that, and don’t need a class to be vinyasa heavy for it to qualify as a level 2 or 3. I would have liked to work more on arm balances or inversions to make it a level 3 class, but definitely challenging and one that I would do again.

Alexandra P.

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Easy, not powerful nor envigorating. Less talking, it is distracting

Pascual A.

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Great stuff AC

Brian C.

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Great class with perfect cueing and so-called chit chat!

Annie S.

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LOVED this class.

Debbie H.

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it's only difficult because of a lot of planks and holding poses for minutes at a time while she chats. If you are looking for an actual flow, this isn't it. If you did this at the proper flow pace it would be way too easy

Caitlin O.

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Really worked all areas of the body.

Tina R.

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Would love to just a have a level 3 challenging class without the chitchat. It’s the difference between online and in person, online you just want the sequence and breath and no personality.

Sharon M.

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Thank you for the class. I’ve been out of practice for over 6 months and needed it! That said, despite being out of practice, there was too much cuing and simple sequence for anything over level 1.5.

Michelle B.

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This class is super difficult if you actually listen to all the cues and try to follow them with your body. If you're looking for a mindless, fast vinyasa, this isn't for you. I love Alex!

Nina S.

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I loved this practice definitely a level 3 with the amount of strength you need within yourself to hold and fully engage in these poses..loved really getting in and holding these postures as opposed to just flying through and not being able to really feel the pose...thank you so much more of these please!!!

Ken M.

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Very wordy lots of cues for level 3.. Standard nothing too fancy

Jennifer H.

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Thank you so much! I really enjoyed that practice. It was challenging and well detailed.

Jill D.

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I consider myself "intermediate" and this was a nice strong practice. Nothing too fancy.

Annie L.

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Lots of arm balances in this class - nice challenge.

Dominique R.

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Cue overload! I started this video for cardio not holding poses forever and listening to talking

Anna K.

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Another awesome class, Alex!

Bernadette P.

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Perfect flow class to start your Saturday . And I'm soar the next day!

kat b.

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Love this class. This is one of my favorites. It is intense and challenging without being intimidating. All of the poses are very doable, a brilliant flow. Good sequencing and pace.

Christina G.

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This is going into my favorites. I consider myself an intermediate and I love a strong practice. This one isnt so contortionist and all of the poses were very accessible to most levels. Beautiful class Alexandria!!

Michelle R.

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I have been practicing for a few decades and never was introduced to the magic of turning out a foot to easily raise it in that direction, high, to the side...wow...lightswitch came on over my yoga mat as i even lold ...OOHHH, so much easier! Good solid class that moves slowly enough for strength but even enough for the sweat.

Kimberly M.

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It was just my computer! love this routine killer!

catherine p.

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not sure if its just me but the video is not downloading passed the 10th minute

catherine p.

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well-rounded... sun salutations, externally and internally rotated standing poses, arm balances, twists, inversions, and backbends...

Minta A.

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I think this should be titled as a Level 2 alignment focused class

Yogi A.

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definitely a challenging but doable flow.

Julia T.

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