Focus on aligning and opening your hips in this strong flow class. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 blanket
Loved it except for being left in chavasana.
Thank you Heather for this lovely practice. The flow was grounding. I especially appreciated your well-timed reminders to make this practice personal. It's not how fast you get there, it's finding your own path to self awareness. I'm not sure I understand the focus on levels...
Loved your class, thanks you Heather! I will be back. Yes, it is a slow moving class, however - less is more.
Great class but yes without a doubt a level 1.
very slow moving, agree with the below statements.
Definitely level 1
Loved this class, although not level 2 or strong as described. If relabeled would have lot happy Followers, thanks!
I should have read the comments first...class is definitely more level 1 than 2 with very few vinyasas. I found it difficult to build much heat. But her voice is nice and her instruction is very detailed so if you want a return to basics, this is a good class.
Found the class very peaceful and grounding but would not call it Level 2 nor "strong."
Heather, I was in your teacher training about 8 years ago. Since then I’ve had two kids and the majority of the yoga I do is now from this website. Every time I take one of your classes on here, your calm, steady presence transports me back to teacher training. I’m so grateful to you for such a positive, peaceful experience. Thank you.
i am joining others in saying this is a very well crafted "level 1" class. Definitely not a level 2 or a 'strong flow' class. I would label it a level 1 Hatha practice and in that respect it's very nice.
I truly enjoyed this practice, I will return to it.
I really liked your class. The way you develop the sequences is very nice. you guide your students safely to the peak poses. Most of all I like the rhythm of the class- you leave the time to explore a pose.
Great level 1 class. Labeling it as "Level 2" is misleading. And the word "strong" should not be in the description.
This felt great all over and I like Heather's calm voice and cues. I'll definitely do this one again soon. Thank you!
This was a really nice Level 1 class but it was lacking for a Level 2, especially with "Flow" in the title. It was a really good slow restorative class, but not what I was expecting given the title and level.
Thank you Heather. I know whenever i do a practice with you my body's going to feel great afterwards. I would love for you to do a handstand practice. No one teaches handstand like you. I think a lot of my YogaWorks students would love it!
Such a de-stresser. My body feels great. Thanks a lot, Heather.
I found just the right class to calm my mind before sleep. Heather Seiniger's voice is gentle and sweet, and her alignments are about what to do, not what not to do. Thank you Heather!
This was a great sequence (slow, relaxing), but didn't feel the flow part or the intermediate part. Maybe this should be a Level 1 class? Or take the "flow" out of the title?
Great practice for stiff morning bodies or a calming evening practice. Thank you Heather.
Liked practicing this sequence in the evening; slow, restorative pace. Great for levels 1-1/2
Back to basics level 1
Soothing and slow. Calm stretching. Definitely Not a Level 2 class.
Strengthen the lower body, then reward yourself with some feel good stretching to release tension and increase flexibility.
Focus on external rotation of the hip joint and your inner things in this yin based practice. Recommended props: 2 blankets, 2 blocks, 1 bolster
Learn to correctly practice gomukhasana, a pose that will stretch your hips, ankles and thighs and feels particularly good after externally rotated poses such as triangle and warrior 2.
Recommended props: 1 blanket
Open your hips in just 5 minutes with either resting pigeon or double pigeon.