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Xen Strength Yoga with Weights Core Balance Challenge - Segment 2

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Yoga Class Description

This segment starts off with a quick hip opening warm-up before moving into a standing balancing pose sequence that requires you to engage your core for an extended period of time while strengthening your upper body. After more hip opening poses, raise your heart rate with a unique transition from malasana to downdog and back again. This practice can be done with light hand weights or without any weights. Thank you to prAna for providing the yoga mats. (20 mins.)

Level: 2 Style: Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Yoga with Weights Yoga Focus: Core Yoga, Crazy Sweaty Flow Yoga  

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Comments & Reviews

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Gabrielle D

Love these classes and the instructor. A great challenge, really vibrant and real instructor that is fun and encouraging. Great to squeeze in one or more segment when you have time, or just do one when you really don't feel like exercising and by the time you are done you will feel lots better and maybe want to do more.



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

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Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Gabrielle D

Love these classes and the instructor. A great challenge, really vibrant and real instructor that is fun and encouraging. Great to squeeze in one or more segment when you have time, or just do one when you really don't feel like exercising and by the time you are done you will feel lots better and maybe want to do more.