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Good for workshopping flying pigeon, not a flow class
Lisa F. - -
This class is more of a workshop format and is not a flow class. So, it dives into the details of several poses to build your strength for getting to flying pigeon. It does a great job at this. Don't expect a flow class, it is not what this is. One comment for YW- don't expect people at home to have a set of both foam and cork blocks.
too much talking, not enough doing...
Lily K. - -
I agree with other comments, this was a slow instructional class with a lot of detailed instruction on simple poses. I ended up doing the entire class, but added quite a few of my own poses.
Thank you Laura!
Flissa M. - -
I think this is a strong level. It’s not EZ to be in the pose for so long because it shows strength and mindfulness. The talking or rather cueing helps get through the hold properly and takes your mind off the work. 😊
way too much talking
Patrizia M. - -
Couldn't even go past the first 10 minutes. Excruciatingly slow and way too talkative. Also, level 3 students know a lot more than the teacher gives them credit for. We don't need all those basic instructions
Level 1 class
Rachel W. - -
I stopped 7 minutes in because I don't need a 2 minute instruction on how to be in a quad ped position. I would recommend this class for a newer yogi in need of many alignment cues.
Not for me
Aaron M. - -
This class was not right for me. There are simply too many times that the instruction completely interrupts class. You end up just sort of sitting there waiting for the instructor to finish up what she is saying.
Too much talking
Jake W. - -
Couldn't finish this class. Minute 11, I've barely moved except for the poses I added in myself, and she's giving a chatturunga tutorial from all fours. Just because a class works up to an advanced pose, doesn't mean it is advanced--there are always steps along the way a yogi can stop at. I agree with the previous commenter. It is very introductory in that she gives too many cues in each posture.
Level 1
Viviana Y. - -
This shouldn't be labeled as a level 3 class. Too much instruction and it was more of an intro class.