Cycling Energy Yoga Class Video
Cycling Energy Yoga Class

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Cycling Energy Yoga Class

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This yoga class with Kreg Weiss begins with a challenging, repeating sequence of upper and lower body yoga poses that develop significant warmth and strength. This warmth is taken into a core series that generates flexibility while conditioning body awareness. This practice is a complimentary alternative to traditional Power/Vinyasa style yoga flows.


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ostrander.barb, posted on June 15, 2016

Wonderful flow and I loved the arm strengthening with the extra lowered planks. Some pose variations that challenged me which I thoroughly enjoyed and look forward to coming back to. I love this practice, thank you.

kregweiss, posted on July 8, 2016

thank you very much for your comments, ostrander.barb. this practice is definitely a bit of a cooker for the upper body. glad you enjoyed this variation of hatha flow.

energiayoga, posted on February 28, 2015

Easy. Relaxing. Great Savasana. Thank you.

OneLove2002, posted on October 1, 2014

I really enjoyed this practice, but something seems to have gone wrong with the audio during savasana. With about 9 min. 31 sec. remaining, we were cued to exit savasana. Then, when the chimes started, it got back on track. As I had followed these verbal cues, rather than returning to savasana, I finished the practice with a seated meditation . Still, it would be nice if this could be corrected as I know I like to savour a long savasana. If not, I'll know for next time :)

kregweiss, posted on September 3, 2013

warm thanks @chrissiebond ... wonderful to get kind feedback all the way from London

chrissiebond, posted on September 3, 2013

I love all your teachings Kreg and currently practising daily with you via 'My Yoga Online'. As a Yoga Instructor , I am dedicated to my continued Yoga learning journey and I feel blessed to be able to have found you along the way......Namaste

acroyogamonkey, posted on August 4, 2013

really good strengthening and faster pace at first but then it slows down a lot for holding some stretches. the savasana seems long at the end. it feels like a short practice. there were some interesting variations too. not bad overall

nattiwack, posted on March 24, 2013

It's almost heart-breaking how much work and care went into this video. Thank you, Kreg.

lizeeliz, posted on March 15, 2012

I loved it! I have to keep doing it to keep up w some of his moves! Thanks!

sitadidi, posted on February 12, 2012

Great class, good to work on core and arm strength. I love the classes by Kreg Weiss; they feel so harmonizing. The right pace in breathing and movements, balancing, etc. Thank you!

rzulich, posted on December 8, 2011

Thanks, I usually seek out Kreg's classes, and enjoyed this one, although I couldn't do some of the poses, but will work on them, it won't take too long. His voice, his vibe.. so warm.

mrenkow, posted on December 8, 2011

This class felt at the high end of intermediate/bordering on advanced. I have a long way to go until I can master the most advanced version of most of the poses with integrity.

friskyoga, posted on July 10, 2011

You make the sumo move look so easy and you do it so swiftly.I'm still looking clumsy doing it.;-)

DreamOcean, posted on May 13, 2011

Beautiful class and warming energy generated... great to feel something to work stronger towards (plank push ups)! I love how Kreg's classes are so full and deep that each time I repeat them I continue to absorb more- a real gift for a teacher! Thank you always Kreg!

kregweiss, posted on January 15, 2011

hi karmalarm, thanks for your comment - please note that this yoga class is designed for moderate to intermediate participants - the level of strength required to performed this flow is quite substantial - i recommend that you consider practicing with lower level flows to develop your foundation - once your foundation is more in place, you will likely find the pace and level of this practice less 'challenging' ... namaste, kreg myyogaonline

karmalarm, posted on January 14, 2011

i have the strength to do these poses. my problem is that i'm still a novice yogi and by the time i'm settling into the pose he's already moved on to the next one... too fast for me...

svc2381, posted on December 7, 2010


kalimama, posted on November 6, 2010

Great strengthening class!

LaurenCug, posted on October 28, 2010

Nice upper body workout!

existinsel, posted on July 4, 2010

One of the few classes I've found that focuses on building arm strength. This is a tough class, and it will be a long time before I can do the one-legged push-ups properly, but I'm looking forward to the challenge!

yourcloud, posted on June 4, 2010

I do this class regularly because it's such a good workout. It's great for upper body strength, makes you sweat and works every part of your body. It's a challenge but if you stick it out you really feel the benefits. It's true Kreg's a master of core balance, but you can do it too! Perhaps not for beginners, but if you like to switch up your practice or really want to test yourself I fully recommend! I've been practising yoga/pilates/ballet/
gymnastics for a long time but this class still tests me. And as a girl, I find it really great for toning arms, abs and shoulders =). More like this please!

Yaxier, posted on January 30, 2010

difficult class

treehugger, posted on November 23, 2009

Great practice... you certainly know you\'re working whilst doing the sequence. Kreg is definately my fav instructor. Regular practice of his sequences have really increased my strength. Thanks :)

budlight, posted on October 23, 2009

Kreg\'s classes are great! Yes this class is challenging but very do-able. If the single leg push ups are to challenging,simply modify by leaving the foot down in the plank position then lift the correct side during the cobra pose (hip extension). The instruction is to return the foot down to the floor prior to the next down dog so you are already there. Single leg push ups are tough especially when the core is out of balance. Practicing them off the mat is a great way to develop more core stability and glute strength. Practice in an isometric contraction or what I call \"time under tension\" (10-60 seconds) and you will see in a short time you will be able to do the moving push up (isotonic) more easily. the sequence kreg has formulated is awesome! I love it! Kreg is obviously a master of core balancing and training and his free flowing mind is admirable. Good work Kreg! Keep it coming! Aloha, Bud

gcapitolo, posted on March 24, 2009

If you would like to work on your upper body this is the class.

georgia_2, posted on March 7, 2009

This class requires serious strength. Looking for excellent muscle tone then this is a great class but be prepared to sweat.

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