Average Rating: 4.38 rating based on 13 reviews
By ljsmom | Saturday, February 15, 2014
Good class, nice challenge. Kylie s classes are all very well cued and this one is no exception. You are standing for almost 55 minutes with lots of great twists. My only reason for not giving it a full five stars is that it is not a 60 minute class. It runs 70 minutes and if you are planning for an hour, you may not have the extra time to get the full class.
By ofAfeather | Monday, December 09, 2013
Slow to begin class, but became more intense during the second half.
By pkeen | Friday, July 12, 2013
I downloaded the 30 minute version and as another user noted, it went a few minutes long but most of that was Savasana - so I didn t object that the 30 minutes referred to the active part. The cueing was again excellent, and maybe there were more reminders than an intermediate level person needs, i appreciated it because although my strength and flexibility is "intermediate", my yoga knowledge level is beginner! There is a bit of a positioning "skip" at the 12 minute mark of the 30 minute version, but not a big deal.
By Monique | Monday, May 13, 2013
this is a fantastic class! slower in pace, but not intensity or focus. highly recommend! :)
By Rachel | Saturday, March 02, 2013
Wow! What a burn! Really good body positioning ques. Only request would be to remind us to breath through the long holds. Feel fantastic!
By knutsola | Monday, January 28, 2013
The description of the class does of nice job of explaining how you are going to be working your arms and legs. I also liked the gentle, creative twists. In the 30 min. class, we never got to the point where we were flowing. That means we did lots of chair poses with no accompanying breath work. Personally, I like to flow (even in a shorter class). Also, I m not a fan of taking Savasana after the time allotted instead of including it as part of the class.
By mom2two | Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Great! Nice leg workout. Loved the insight into what all the little muscles should be doing and how to get further into everything. A workout I ll be growing into for sure.
By Dinah Collins | Sunday, February 05, 2012
I m 20 minutes into the 45 minute sequence and don t feel like I ve really done anything yet. Since I just forked over $5.99 I feel obligated to sit through the rest of it and hope it gets more interesting.
For an intermediate class there is far too much instruction. Most people who have practiced any yoga at all do not need to be told that downward dog is an upside down V. Also, the music is distracting and in some places, competes with the instructor s voice. Disappointing class so far.
By Julia | Thursday, October 13, 2011
Who says Yoga won t make you sweat???
This class is a great workout and I was quite sore the next day.
I really enjoyed it!!!
By plarson | Monday, August 29, 2011
Great flow! I really enjoyed this class. I tried this class in the early am and it gave me great energy for the rest of my day. Loved listening to Kylie! She has great rhythm. Thank you!
By Elina | Wednesday, August 17, 2011
real work out!
By EmmaS | Monday, August 15, 2011
Did the 60 minute class yesterday and it was tough. I am all sore today. The class was also longer than 60 minutes, rather 70 minutes or so. Next time I will do the 45 minute class.
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By helianth | Friday, August 05, 2011
Just did the Qi yoga episode 50 podcast, my first from yogadownload.com. A very nice short strength sequence. I ll be making a donation and trying out more of these classes for sure. There s enough here to keep me going for months! Thankyou.