Mix things up and even out your body with this flow sequence of external poses that starts with the left side first! Recommended props: 1 block

nice practice flowing through sun salutes with a few good holds also. calvin is excellent

Tony

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If your workouts, as well as your daily routines , are dominated by your right side, this is a great class to incorporate on a weekly basis to help balance your body. Thank you!!

Daphne V.

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This was a beautiful practice that I enjoyed. But, I agree with Leigh that there should be a cool down before going into savasana. I actually found myself getting a bad headache when I went into savasana because I didn't have a proper cool down before laying down... Other then that it was a good practice. For sure felt it in my left side

Jessica R.

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This was a wonderful flow and the alignment tips were so valuable. Being prone to injury on my left side, this was a great reminder to focus on balance. I'll be incorporating this into my regular practice. Thank you!

Stephanie L.

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This was a strong practice, I have a regular yoga practice but this was a a good, different kind of challenge for me. Really loved all the alignment reminders. However, I think it would benefit from a cool down at the end. Going straight from the standing poses, with long holds (especially on the left side), into savasana wasn't ideal. As I laid down into savasana my heart was actually pounding - body needed to slow down and cool down before laying down. I suggest modifying the sequence a little to build in a cool down - some stretching etc. - prior to savasana, even if it means lengthening the video to 45 minutes.

Thanks for a strong practice!

Leigh L.

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Mandi E.

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