Fire Element Vin to Yin – Power and Transformation

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Duration: 40-60
Style: Vinyasa Flow
Level: Intermediate
Focus: Core Strength Yoga, Elemental Yoga Series
Teacher: Kassandra Reinhardt


Hey yogis, welcome back to my channel! I’m so excited to bring you another elemental yoga class. This one is all about the element of fire. This is going to be a fun practice to work on transformation, power and determination. The element of fire is associated with destruction, transformation, passion and energy. It is also closely related to our self-esteem, self-confidence and our digestion. When unbalanced and underactive, we are low energy, lethargic and have a hard time making decisions and reaching our goals. When unbalanced and overactive, we are quick to anger, frazzled and destructive. This is a vin to yin yoga class so we will begin with vinyasa and end with yin yoga. We’ll work mainly on our core and mid-section through twists, side bends and ab work.


  1. Nathalie Foroosh

    Great practice! Thank you Kassandra. Could you please give an alternative with a second pose to do during the 3min of yin poses? I am still working to hold on to 3 min but sometimes I feel like I need to get out of the pose and I don’t know what to do during the remaining time….Thanks for your advice:)

  2. Don Webster

    Yes Cassandra, this was indeed special, and got me thinking about transformation in my a life.

  3. Elke Schwalm

    Yes, great practise! Love the twists and the flow. With the Yin poses, I have the same issue as Nathalie. So, I switched sides more often and slid in some child’s poses with the lizard pose and also switched between with and without twist. I loved the seated side twist, for the first time I was able to feel how I got deeper with the time. In the end I put in some happy babys.

  4. Gillian Boys

    Very special lovely but challenging flow thank you 🧘🏼‍♀️ Namaste

  5. Christian Dahms

    Challenging after the gym but a great vin flow and

  6. Kathy Butler

    Loved the variation and challenging poses!

  7. Margret Koraya

    This was a great practice. I usually come to the mat with time constraints . When I slow down and turn internally , I realized that is my habit. I have determined to change the 100 to do list and organize my day

  8. TeAroha

    A beautiful sequence to draw out the inner fire during the winter season.

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