Intermediate Vinyasa Yoga for Balance, Core & Asymmetrical Poses

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4 Comments

  1. Jacqueline Cooper

    I loved this practise. Some good poses and some challenging ones ! I feel a great sense of achievement, didn;t manage it pretty but did manage it 🙂

  2. Majanki

    Wanted to do a bit strengthening and balance today. This class was absolute perfect for that. Peak pose was challenging on the left leg , fell out all the time, but balancing on the right leg I even managed to hold my foot. Good class.

  3. Elke Schwalm

    What a great challenge. A lot of wobbling indeed, and some tapping down the foot in the warrior 3 poses. But I made it through and now I am brimming with energy. Funny to hear the storm while I was in a sunny room in the morning 😉 thanks Kassandra!

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Duration: 30-40
Style: Vinyasa Flow
Level: Intermediate
Focus: Yoga for Strength, Core Strength Yoga

Overview

Hey yogis, you’ve been requesting some more challenging flows for intermediate students so I decided to put together a class that focuses on balance and core strength with lots of asymmetrical poses! I absolutely love working on balancing poses. They are always very humbling because no matter how experienced and advanced you may be as a practicioner, some days no matter what you do you just can’t balance! We’ll also play with a lot of great plank pose variations that really get into the obliques and make you engage the inner thighs. You’ll need 2 blocks for this practice as we will use them for a few of our plank pose sequences. The key to a class like this one is to not get discouraged and JUST HAVE FUN! Don’t take yourself seriously if you fall once, twice or a million times! It’s all good and it happens to everyone. The goal of yoga is not to have a seamless practice where everything is perfect. In fact, there is no goal! Simply enjoy the process and trust the fact that you are getting stronger everytime you step on your mat. You are doing good for your body and that’s what counts!