30 min Morning Yoga Flow – Intermediate Full Body Vinyasa (with Luna!)

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3 Comments

  1. Alessandra Sgro

    one of my favourite lesson

  2. Cpearlee

    Kassandra, I’ve been practicing with your APP now for a few months. I deeply appreciate your lovely style of teaching (clear and concise), the dedication and expertise you bring and your welcoming attitude. The huge array of choices is a bonus. I’m a 66 year old Massage Therapist and am also working to undo a spinal condition that caused my anterior thoracic ligaments to calcify. The more I participate in your classes, the more I’m seeing results and that makes me ecstatic. Just wanted to express my gratitude directly. Also, older women like myself good really use some focus on strengthening their pelvic floor muscles, might you consider doing a short class that would focus on poses for these important muscles?
    Most grateful ,
    Concetta Antonelli Portland, OR

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Duration: 30-40
Style: Vinyasa Flow
Level: Intermediate
Focus: Morning Yoga, Yoga for Tight Hips, Yoga Without Props

Overview

Hey everyone, welcome back to my channel! Today I’m taking you through a sequence I had improvised and shared on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/p/CGSrBMgp-VH/). Lots of you requested it so here it is! This is a fantastic 30 minute yoga class to do in the morning or later on in the afternoon. It’s an intermediate yoga flow with no props needed.

The first part of the class is done reclined with some stretches for you hips and hamstrings before moving into our standing poses. There are a few challenging poses thrown in like moving from eagle to warrior 3, a half bow/half locust pose, a deep warrior 2 stretch and square pose with a twist. This is a great yoga class to do for lower body flexibility.

Since I moved to my new studio so many of you have been asking for my pets to be featured more. It’s pretty easy for me to include the cats but lately you’ve been asking about my dog Luna, so I thought I’d give it a try.

Truth be told – I don’t know if she will be invited back!