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Flow to Go: A Consistently Moving Vinyasa Class

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Yoga Class Description

This is a great online Vinyasa yoga class for yogis who want to really move, try new things, and get in the zone at home or wherever you are! This practice will open the hips and shoulders, challenge your sense of balance and cultivate deep internal awareness. Filmed live at Yoga Vida with Lindsay Hilscher. (63 mins.)

Level: 2 Style: Vinyasa Flow Yoga Focus: Hip Opening Yoga, Chest & Shoulder Opening Yoga  

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Michelle R

This was a very nice well rounded sequence. I am still not able to get into forearm stand but felt encouraged to try. Going into my favorites.



Lindsay Hilscher

Lindsay Hilscher uses the intricate study of kinetics to develop an ultra sense of awareness, mindfulness and grace. Based in New York City, she teaches through Yoga, heals through Reiki and leads retreats internationally. She has led teacher trainings as well as seen several students through their mentorship program at her home studio Yoga Vida in NYC. Lindsay has developed popularity for her dynamic and creative vinyasa sequencing, which she teaches from a deeply rooted understanding of physicality.

Lindsay has studied movement since the age of four through classical dance techniques. While pursuing a professional dance career Lindsay began exploring the energetic and subtle body. The depth in polarity between grace and grounding guided Lindsay seamlessly from her path as a performer to a career as a yoga teacher. Lindsay has a daily Ashtanga yoga practice where she studied with Eddie Stern at The Broome St. Ganesha Temple. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance from SUNY Purchase College, a two hundred hour certification from Yoga Vida and a Level Two Reiki certification.

Classes By Lindsay Hilscher

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Michelle R

This was a very nice well rounded sequence. I am still not able to get into forearm stand but felt encouraged to try. Going into my favorites.