Here you’ll find yoga flow classes WITHOUT Downward-Facing Dog, Plank, and Chaturanga. Enjoy a flowing sequence without putting weight on your wrists, shoulders, and arms. These are perfect for those with carpal tunnel syndrome, shoulder injuries, tendinitis, and other issues.
This wrist-free, hands-free yoga flow practice is great for those who have wrist pain, arthritis, tendonitis, or a shoulder injury. I recommend this for both strong beginners and intermediate students. There is a short core workout before we cool down and stretch. We end with a few minutes of Savasana and we close the practice together.
We focus on backbends in this class and work towards a peak pose – Bow Pose (Dhanurasana). The practice is less than 45 minutes and there is a 5-minute Savasana at the end. This is a fantastic video to do to strengthen the back muscles and stretch the front of the body (chest, shoulders, core, hip flexors, quads, etc.) to counter our usual posture of hunching forward in daily life.
This is a beginner-friendly yoga flow practice without Downward Facing Dog, Plank, and Chaturanga. We flow through a standing sequence and practice seated and floor postures for approximately 45 minutes. There is a 5-minute Savasana at the end before we close the practice together. Optional props: 2 yoga blocks.
Today we focus on balancing poses and twists. Enjoy this flowing yoga class WITHOUT Downward Facing Dog, Plank, & Chaturanga. This is a good yoga practice for those with shoulder injuries, elbow pain, wrist tendinits, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other conditions that prevent you from putting weight on your hands and arms.
Give your wrists and shoulders a break from the usual vinyasa sequence with this yoga flow class WITHOUT Downward Dog, Plank, and Chaturanga! Great for intermediate and strong beginner students.
This video is a 30 Minute Yoga Flow class with only Standing Poses and WITHOUT Downward Dog, Plank, and Chaturanga. We focus on the lower body more but also work the arms in a different way. There are also several balancing poses to strengthen the feet and legs and to enhance mental focus.
I recommend this wrist-free hands-free yoga practice for intermediate and strong beginner students who are familiar with most yoga poses. The strong standing series takes you through challenging balancing poses and transitions to strengthen the lower body and enhance mental focus. We end with seated and supine poses and stretches, spend a few minutes in Savasana.
This is a 30-Minute Yoga Flow without Downward Dog, Plank, and Chaturanga. There are options and modifications provided for some of the poses and sequences so you can work at the pace and intensity that is right for you.
We focus on “hip openers” in this class and do a lot of strengthening and stretching of the lower body. Standing poses, balancing poses, backbends, forward folds, side bends, and twists are also included. Yoga flow is a little under 40 minutes followed by 5 minutes of Savasana.
We don’t put weight or pressure on our wrists, arms, shoulders, and knees – great for those with wrist pain, knee discomfort, and shoulder injuries. We flow through a well-rounded practice, end with 5 minutes of Savasana, and close the practice together.
This is a great yoga practice for days when you don’t want to put weight on your arms, shoulders, elbows, and wrists. We do a little bit of everything here to work and stretch the entire body. There are a few minutes of Savasana before we close the practice together.
We focus on poses that strengthen the legs and the feet. There are also backbends, forward folds, twists, balance poses, side stretches and hip openers. We cool down on the floor, stretch the body, and massage the feet!
We do a well-rounded yoga practice (backbends, forward folds, twists, balancing, side stretches, hip opening, core and upper body strengthening) and work the entire body to increase overall strength, flexibility, and balance.