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Fresh Start Yoga: The Power Flow Edition

Power Yoga - 6 Lessons

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Fresh Start Yoga: The Power Flow...

36 seconds

Meet Elizabeth

2 minutes, 42 seconds

The Flow: Simple

41 minutes, 38 seconds

The Flow: Intermediate

50 minutes, 57 seconds

The Flow: Transitions

48 minutes, 1 second

Tutorial: Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

2 minutes, 53 seconds


Course InfoComments

Title:
Fresh Start Yoga: The Power Flow Edition

Description:
Fresh Start Yoga is fun and flowy vinyasa course that will encourage you to get in touch with your inner strength, focus and grace. Elizabeth Richardson brings her dance background with her into the classroom, offering flows that focus on alignment and details while simultaneously encouraging present moment awareness and connection to the breath. This course has something for everyone, with flows for beginners and more advanced students.

Host:
Elizabeth Richardson

Style:
Power Yoga

Level:
Intermediate

Lesson Count:
6 lessons

Total Duration:
2 hours, 26 minutes, 50 seconds

Students:
2786

Course Created On:
June 4th, 2021

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