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This Flowmotion® class is brought to you by Sarah Tomson Beyer, creator of Flowmotion® and the founder of the fresh apparel line, meSheeky®. As an internationally acclaimed yoga teacher, Sarah offers a progressive approach to flow yoga. With a background in dance and athletics, a Master's in Physical Therapy, and two Yoga Journal covers under her belt, Sarah creates an open space that allows her students to express their own flow. With equal love for both beach and snow adventures, Sarah enjoys fresh mountain air at her home in Park City, Utah.
This class serves the modern-day yogi and encourages creative expression for coloring outside the lines. This practice incorporates the key elements of Flowmotion®; strength, flexibility, coordination, and an element of cardio. It is suitable for advanced beginners and above. Experience the next generation of flow yoga…what's your flow?
Special thanks to meSheeky, Be Present and Manduka.com. (Sarah and Brooke are wearing meSheeky, Mark is wearing Be Present and they are practicing on Manduka mats).
For more information on Flowmotion®, Sarah, and her schedule, please visit her website: Flowmotion®
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Rating: 4.26based on 27 reviews
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Can someone help me find the link to the music? She mentions that there is a link in the description and I notice that others have found it but I can t see it. Please help.
I thought the poses themselves were interesting, but there definitely needed to be more instruction on them along the way. it was hard to follow and I had to stop and go back a lot to try and get the poses right by watching. They were complicated so I often lost it though while going through the flow due to the lack of instruction.
The routine is very different from others. So it feels fresh, but it is hard to follow in some places.
this is a very unique flow series. a lot of warm up at the beginning. I liked the series of the flow. it was quite beautiful to watch. I don t usually get to incorporate wild thing into a rapid flow, and I did like it. and headstand. I m always up for headstand.
while I was doing it, I was a little frustrated. but the more I think about it, I realize that was all me--too attached to doing everything perfectly the 1st time. it took me until the last set to finally get the hang of it. I m a slow kinetic learner. I m also not very graceful, not very "flowy." my husband didn t fall over laughing, so I must have been OK.
this one definitely has to be practiced to appreciate, I think. come on, do you think they got it perfectly on the 1st take? I probably will do this again.
My first time with this type of yoga and I liked the instructor and her style, but I found there was a lack of cueing during the flows. They got quite rapidly and the second flow is not a "regular" one, so I found myself stopping to look at the screen a lot. Altough I practise everyday, I would like to see an "intro to flowmotion" class before doing this one again!
I liked it! There were some moves that were new and I felt my shoulders open in new ways. I liked the fact that it was not terribly easy--I feel like I have something to work on. The opening sequences were unique with special attention paid to wrist and ankles. The only change I would make is to add music. She mentioned something about getting the music from somewhere else, but I wish it was already there. With music I think I would feel almost like I was dancing.
Good class. I agree with the other reviews-more detailed instruction during the flow would be great. I turned my back to the tv so I could watch the flow/poses better which helped a lot when I was folded downwards. Creative and fun class. Thank you!
This class is a bit advanced for me right now, however, it is an amazing feeling as a beginner to be able to to such a high intensity class at my own pace and know that one day I will be at a more advanced level. 5 stars!! Namaste
Lots of new moves and stretches in here. It goes quite fast and not always with instructions, so make sure you take time to pause or watch the video in advance. I loved this class and the pace, the instructor was clear and grounded. Thank you for this!
I love this class! Please get more from Sarah!
I really like this class, it s different than any other vinyasa I ve done, and the stretches are a nice change. The flow is a bit fast and difficult to keep up with the first time. Unless you re an advanced practitioner, it s so fast that you don t have enough time to get properly aligned in each pose before flowing to the next. But I felt totally blissed out after the class, with all the fluid movements and great stretches.
Really liked the initial warm-up, got into all the areas that sometimes feel tweaky from yoga but I never really knew how to get to.
Great flow that I ve never done before...therefore would wish for more detailed direction throughout the class, especially once the speed picked up.
Only downside - no music included! She says she s big on music, but by having to play a playlist separately it s hard to synch up.
This was not yoga flow to me this was a lot of stretching but not until 40 minutes in did we actually start a flow which wasn t even a normal vinyasa. I did not like this video nor did I feel like I got a workout. I stopped the video and just did my own actual yoga poses.
I love this class. It is tough and fast paced so if you can, I highly recommend watching it before you do the workout for the first time. It is not traditional yoga at all so the sequences were new to me and I really needed to watch her do them before I could get it down. However, once you go through the sequences a few times, you get a rhythm going and it gets easier. I highly recommend and will continue to do this practice as I have a long way to go before I am even close to mastering all the moves.
This class feels more like it should be a "part 2" class and have an accompanying "part 1" instructional class. The instructor s concept of flow is intriguing though her cues have the expectation that you have practiced the flow numerous times. There is a double message of "don t go to the point of pain . . .don t feel like you have to look like a text book yoga pose" and "lift higher if you don t feel the burn", "I m going easy on you" paired with numerous examples of text book yoga poses, especially during vinyasa. The strengthening part of the practice feels more like your everyday workout than a yoga practice with its crunches and repetitions. Also, I would suggest that if you have 3 participants in your video that each demonstrate a different level or modification.
I loved the flowy, dance-like class. My one request was more detailed instructions after the first detailed go-through, simply because it s quite a unique type of yoga. Overall, great workout (a bit of cardio in there and of course strength), and my body feels great.
I loved, loved, loved this class. It was relaxing, refreshing, challenging, and inspiring all at the same time. It is like a fusion of power yoga and dance. I love her instruction and I found it pretty easy to follow even the first time. I feel so amazing having finished it-- strong, supple, relaxed, light. I highly recommend this class-- it is my favorite yoga download class so far.
This yoga practice flew by. Maybe a 90 minute class is coming?? I worked up a sweat and enjoyed the different style of yoga taught. Thanks for offering the class!!
good class, her instructions are clear for the beginning of the sequence and not clear when repeating the sequence. It was hard to follow.
I really liked this video. It was a good change of pace from my normal power yoga. I felt very relaxed and open afterwards. I did download the playlist to go with it, and am glad I did. The poses weren t as hard to follow along with as I expected. The teacher is great at explaining everything and starting out slow. I would definitely purchase any more videos of this style!
I really liked the class-- although I have one suggestion, that the instructors keep in mind that many people are working in limited space, i.e. a hotel room, so some of the perpendicular leg moves are challenging! Maybe suggest an alternative?
LOVED this class! it was an awesome mix of creativity + flow, but with enough structure to make it cohesive. i always let my body decide about the practice, and after this class i felt AMAZING. i bought this session, and it will definitely make it into my mix of favorite at-home yoga practices.
What a beautiful class! Thank you! The instructions are clear and accurate. I love this dynamic style and I look forward to more flowmotion classes.
I ve never written a review of an instructor before but her class absolutely rocked my world so I felt compelled- I had to! She rocks. This class is challenging...perfect for dancers, athletes and fitness people who use their body all the time. I use my body for my job so I am very strong but have stubborn tight spots from constant exercise and repetitive motions. She went into those spots and liberated them in an intuitive way few instructors have. She could be called "the teacher s teacher". Her class is not boring in the least - totally invigorating! I will purchase any class she s teaching!
This is my first encounter with this style of yoga, and I loved it! I am normally a vinyasa flow yoga kind of girl, but I wouldn t say I am particularly coordinated, so I wasn t sure how naturally this style would come to me. The instructor is great, and she always makes sure to provide cues that will prevent injury. The cuing in some parts of the flow are minimal, so I did get a little confused, but I think this just requires getting used to the style. There isn t always time for full cuing when it is moving quickly. I worked up a bit of a sweat, yet I also feel relaxed and open. Definitely more of these classes, YD!
Also, I purchased the playlist to go along with it. At first I was annoyed that I had to pay extra if I wanted music; but if you can afford it, I highly recommend it. It really pulls the class together.
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