The flow is great but the pace is too fast to follow (without hurrying and generating stress) and a bit more cueing would be helpful. "Come back down" could be come back down to melasana. I find that teachers should not got at the pace of their own breath, but a tad slower, as the rest of us need to interpret the cues, which slows us down. This applies to a lot of videos on YogaAnytime and causes me to give up mid-way in exasperation.
Thank you so much for your considered and helpful feedback. Super grateful.
If you are looking for a slower vinyasa practice, you might check out some of Rosemary's practices. Her Season 5 of the The Vinyasa Show might be a place to meet her: http://www.yogaanytime.com/sho w-season/1569/Yoga-The-Vinyasa-Show -Season-5-Rosemary-Garrison
I see you have liked some of Heidi's practices. Suniti's Season 2 of Asana Studies offers quiet thoughtful deep cuing that I really like: http://www.yogaanytime.com/sh ow-season/413/Yoga-Asana-Studies-Se ason-2-Suniti-Dernovsek
Melina's sequences are very easy to follow. http://www.yogaanytime.com/ show-view/61/Yoga-Show-Yoga-for-Our -Nature
I am grateful for your commitment to your practice and glad you are here. xo kira