45 min Slow Flow DEEP STRETCH Yoga for Flexibility – STRET…

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  1. kdoneil

    Yummy ptactice! Would love more Slow Flow…

    • AnaGerhardt

      Delicious! I love your longer slow flows and mixing them in with the sweatier more strengthening flows. And a sprinkling of Yin!

  2. dianezhi

    Excellent, I am glad I allotted the time for this this evening.

  3. Mz_Trinah

    Thank you Kassandra. Love this sequence. Would you happen to have a slow flow like this or Yin Yoga for Winter Solstice?πŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™πŸ½πŸ•‰πŸ“Ώ

  4. leanvercoe@gmail.com

    This is so good for releasing tension in my shoulders after filming. I am a camera woman and this hits all the right spots for me! Thank you

  5. Kacee Huisinga

    This was amazing. It’s my new favorite class! I love that you invite us to assess how we are feeling at each step. By the time you got to boat pose, I was amazed at how open and limber my body felt. I did this practice twice last week, and my shoulders and hamstrings are soo much more limber even today. Thank you!

    • Kassandra

      So glad you enjoyed it!

  6. Natalie Mossman

    Love this! Very challenging as I am super tight in posterior chain, but this felt wonderful. Thank you!

  7. Don Webster

    I am very stiff, but the postures I was able to do,and the stretching that I was capable of was relaxing and thank you.

  8. kristianachoate

    That was so good, thank you πŸ™‚

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Duration: 40-60
Style: Vinyasa Flow
Level: Intermediate
Focus: Yoga for Flexibility, Full Body Yoga, Yoga Without Props


Hey yogis, I’ve got a new 345 minute slow flow yoga class for you that’s meant to help you stretch your entire body and increase your flexibility. This is a very relaxing yoga class with no strength required. Great to do towards the end of the day when you want to unwind. We’ll go deep into your hips, hamstrings, spine and shoulders with a mix of seated and standing poses.

The stretches can be a bit intense so I would say this is an intermediate yoga class but beginners can certainly follow along and leave some poses out. No props required.