Root Chakra Grounding Yoga Flow – Lower Body Muladhara Yoga

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  1. Don Webster

    January 5th and my morning is off to a good start, thanks!

  2. Nathalie Foroosh

    Thank you Kassandra! I kept this practice for this late afternoon. I feel better and ready for a relaxing evening:)

  3. lgross144

    In a world where things seem so out of control, this practice allowed me to feel safe and comfortable within myself. Thank you!

  4. April robertson

    Excellent practice for me today- thank you

  5. Natalie Mossman

    What a wonderful way to start my day today. Thank you!

  6. Elke Schwalm

    What a wonderful grounding experience. I will come back to this one pretty soon. Thanks so much!

  7. Kita Markewitz

    Thank you for that powerful flow! Love it.

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Duration: 30-40
Style: Vinyasa Flow
Level: Beginner
Focus: Yoga for Flexibility, Chakra Yoga, Yoga Without Props
Teacher: Kassandra Reinhardt


Hey everyone, this week I’m bringing you a much needed yoga class to help us cultivate grounding, safety and belonging. This is a fairly slow-paced yoga practice suitable for all levels with no props required. Most poses will focus on the feet and backs of the legs which is directly linked to the root muladhara chakra. If you’ve been feeling insecure, unstable or worried, this should be a wonderful yoga practice for you. The root chakra is thought to be located at the base of the spine and associated with the color red. It relates to our sense of safety, security and belonging. It deals with scarcity or abundance mindsets and relates to the first stage of infancy when we rely on our parents to care for our needs. To have a balanced root chakra means that you feel safe in the physical world. The poses we’ll be doing are targeted for the lower body such as the feet, quads and hamstrings.

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