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There’s also another video avoiding wrist use.
Cecile DavisAnderson - -
The website needs another way to get at finding the no-wrist alternatives. David Kim has one called “Look Ma, no hands.” Under a “wrist” search, it doesn’t come up, but I finally recalled enough of the title to find it.
Katie Kuzel - -
It was nice to focus on the legs but it was kind of repetitive and a LOT of forward folds
My wrists feel great
Kelly Anderson - -
I thing the title is appropriate. It is wrist relief but not without any wrists. I am a nurse and all the fine movement I do with IV meds and hours of computer charting is adding up and causing a lot of wrist pain. This was a great workout that didn't stress my wrists but it was a little slow. Maybe that's what you get when you take out sun salutations.
Great class!
Stefanie Meilinger - -
Exactly what I was looking for! Strong flow with out caturanga’s. Blocks will help protect wrists even further, and more twisting at the end can release lower back pressure. I will take this class again, thanks, Anne!
Nancy Guardabascio - -
Agree with prior comments to be careful of your lower back. I found myself adding Down Dog between the standing poses. I also engaged my outer hips each time I came to standing. I chose this class hoping it would be gentle to my fingers, which are arthritic, but wouldn’t recommend it for that purpose. We still used our hands, even though they were not flexed.
Definitely be mindful of your lower back
Terri Harris - -
This is a great short class if you have any wrist pain. Very good if you have a goal of building some lower body strength. Recommended as long as you are very mindful of protecting your lower back in warrior 2 and side angle in particular.
Mary Davis - -
Her instructions to lift the frontal hip points up and lengthen the abdomen toward the chest should have helped take care of the lower back.
Nice sequence
Jody Wolfe - -
Good instruction and nice flow for those who want a practice which avoids chaturangas.
Lower back nightmare
Kristin Jones - -
The sequence of these standing poses is a lower back killer despite being lighter on the wrists. Be careful.
Very nice
Sofia Santos - -
Recently i've found myself with a rotator cuff injury. Been searching for classes to adapt without putting too much weight on the shoulders...this is a really good one. Doing it again for sure.
Easier on the wrists, but you still use them
Heather Schwitalla - -
Coming to this with some sore, over-used wrists, I found myself creating a lot of modifications to reduce the use of my wrists even further. Otherwise, a solid, rigorous level 2 class with a nice long savasana at the end.
Joni Ostler - -
Pretty good.