Yoga Binds Intermediate Vinyasa Flow {35 min}

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Duration: 30-40
Style: Vinyasa Flow
Level: Intermediate
Focus: Yoga for Strength, Upper Body
Teacher: Kassandra Reinhardt


A 35 min vinyasa flow class with binds to open up your shoulders, chest and upper back. Hey yogis, this flow is all about binds! Binds are usually thought of as being restrictive and constricting and while that is true, I like to think of binds as freeing too! When one part of your body contracts, another expands. As you bind the shoulders, you’re able to open up into the chest and upper back. This is the concept we’ll be playing with in this 35 minute intermediate vinyasa flow with binds. Make sure to have a strap and 2 blocks close by for this practice. Always take it slow with binds and don’t push yourself. This is a really fun flow that will take you through different variations of Warrior 2, Triangle, Seated Twist and Bird of Paradise. Yoga with Kassandra – Disclaimer Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program. By participating in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge Yoga with Kassandra from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of Yoga with Kassandras negligence.


  1. Elke Schwalm

    Pretty challenging but doable with some wobbling. Thanks so much for this great class 🙂

  2. Laura Covill

    I don’t get binds. I can do them but I don’t feel areas opening. They also ate more for thoracic rotation than shoulder mobility. Is there a philosophy behind them?

    • Laura Covill

      Are not ate

  3. Jenn Dunn

    The seated spinal twist bind beautifully stretched my lower back, normally a problem area for me. I feel like binds are genius. Thank you, Kassandra!

  4. Lisa McMullen

    Thanks for the challenge. My bird of paradise is more like a dodo but I’ll keep trying.

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