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Season 1 - Episode 3

Strong and Steady Flow

60 min - Practice


Sarah guides us in a strong and steady vinyasa flow that targets the shoulders, core, hips, and legs. Moving with our breath, we find stability in standing postures, sweet openings in seated postures, and play towards inversions. This practice builds strength, stability, and stamina, resulting in a fresh flow of energy.
What You'll Need: Mat


(waves crashing) Welcome back. This is the power hour. I'm Sarah. We're gonna get right into our practice. In this practice you can expect a couple of opportunities to go upside down. Whether or...


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I love this routine although I cannot do the head stand yet..but I´ll keep on trying! Will you do more like this?
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Hi Iris! It took me ages to get a headstand I felt comfy in. So happy you are enjoying the practice - the inversion stuff will come on its own time ;) more soon!
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I liked the pace, the explanations on positioning and the variety.
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I'm doing it with my son
I'm doing it with my son
Marisa, that's so cool!
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I can't believe you were able to bust that out keeping your breath so calm and steady! I missed some of the cues but otherwise was able to keep up. Going to be tuning in to Yoga Power Hour more after this. Thanks!
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Thank you! Loved the variations🕉
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Wow! It was quite hard in places and I can't do a headstand on my own yet but I could do as a child/teenager, so I am working on that. I loved the precise but calm instructions and the pace was perfect. My favourite female yoga presenter, for sure! I will try more of your practices.
My favourite teacher too, love the serious but humorous undertones. Need more of this and some shorter ones for durng the week.
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