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Xen Strength Vinyasa Flow for Beginners

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Yoga Class Description

This slow Vinyasa flow introduces you to basic yoga poses that you'll find in most Vinyasa classes, with detailed alignment instruction given for beginners. This online yoga class is a perfection introduction to Danielle's Yoga with Weights classes, and can be followed up with her Xen Strength Yoga with Weights for Beginners video. (50 mins.)

Level: 1 Style: Vinyasa Flow Yoga Focus: Beginner Yoga, Slow Flow Yoga  

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Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Karen J

I thought this went way too fast for a beginner class. I have done a fair amount of yoga through the years, so am not really a beginner, but wanted a slow easy class for morning. I can't imagine having tried to follow this class as a true beginner. As it was I was frustrated at the level of challenge and how quickly the instructor moved through poses, especially at the beginning. I also found the music during some of the sequences repetitive and annoying.



Danielle Diamond

Danielle Diamond is a wellness blogger, yoga teacher, fitness inspiration and the mastermind behind Xen Strength Yoga with Weights. A modern twist on yoga, Xen Strength Yoga combines Vinyasa flow with light hand weights, helping students to refine alignment and build strength like never before. If you want to spice up your personal home practice with a head-to-toe, heart-pumping workout, Danielle’s accessible, all levels online yoga offerings are a sure bet! For more on Danielle and Xen Strength Yoga: www.xenstrength.com

Classes By Danielle Diamond

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Karen J

I thought this went way too fast for a beginner class. I have done a fair amount of yoga through the years, so am not really a beginner, but wanted a slow easy class for morning. I can't imagine having tried to follow this class as a true beginner. As it was I was frustrated at the level of challenge and how quickly the instructor moved through poses, especially at the beginning. I also found the music during some of the sequences repetitive and annoying.