Average Rating: 4.65 rating based on 13 reviews
By Pele | Monday, November 04, 2013
Bring a towel level? Wrong category. Too slow for that. Nice class but tempo lacked movement. Please do a better job at categorizing accurately.
By Slp1222 | Sunday, January 12, 2014
The routine and poses are wonderful, but for an advanced intermediate class she gives a lot of unnecessary instructions. I prefer quiet to constant directions that an someone at this level should already know.
By Michele | Friday, June 28, 2013
This was one of my first YDL classes and I got it to give Hanumanasana pose a try. When I downloaded it about a year ago it was characterized as an "All Levels" class, yet it appears now to be labeled "Adv. Intermediate". It is still accessible to many levels, while being a good challenge. It combines strength with a fun flow and deep stretching. Almost there!
By Shar | Wednesday, May 29, 2013
I loved this class, it is gentle and yet powerful at the same time. There are many opportunities to open the hips and pelvis while strengthening the whole body. I started feeling tight and low energy and end feeling open and relaxed. Great practice
By ymadub | Monday, February 18, 2013
One of my favorite Yoga Download classes. I do the 60-minute version. It s very challenging, yet accessible. I will likely never go all the way down in the splits, but this gets me pretty far.
By Barry | Wednesday, January 23, 2013
I enjoyed this class. I liked the build up to Hanumanasana and I felt great after the class. The class was challenging enough to get me to sweat just a bit and I really liked the pace.
By Rachel | Friday, October 19, 2012
Pleasantly surprised. This has to be one of my favorite yoga downloads to date. I just finished the 60 minute class and feel more open in the hips than ever. Throughout the week I practice several of the 30 minute hip opening flows. I try to allow time for at least one 60 minute practice a week. I will definitely be returning to this class. The flow was not too fast and allowed for plenty of time to move with the breath. I often feel rushed during vinyasa flows, but not with this one.
By Tammie | Sunday, January 29, 2012
By Sarah | Wednesday, December 14, 2011
I love this class, and have started doing it every week. I have quite tight hamstrings and quads, and more than any other class, this one opens them up. Though I am still several inches from achieving hanumanasana, I don t stress about it at all because of Jackie s excellent instructing. I love Jackie s classes. They are the perfect balance between strength, flexibility, heat and relaxation.
By kcatillaz | Monday, October 24, 2011
An excellent hip-opening prep for students who are looking to deepen the technique of their practice. And a good workout and stretch for those who arent! Wait till you see how deep you can get into half pigeon at the end of this class, I really noticed the difference!
By angington | Tuesday, September 27, 2011
While I am in no way close to mastering Hanumanasana, this sequence makes it feel like a possibility. The postures are challenging, but move at a comfortable pace and build upon each other nicely. Try this class if you are looking for something different to add to your yoga practice.
By Trisha Phelan | Saturday, September 03, 2011
What a surprise. Hanumanasana is not a posture I can achieve in its final form so I really thought I d just have a giggle at myself trying it out. The class was wonderful however beautifully timed with progressively deeper openings in each posture sequence and no sense that anything other than right where you were was the best place to be. I ll be revisting this class often and who knows Hanumanasa may even reveal itself and it s secrets one of these days.
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By marisa | Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Very slow flow with a lot of talking. Would have like the class if there was a quicker pace.