Mula Bandha Power Flow Video
Mula Bandha Power Flow

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Mula Bandha Power Flow

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In this live studio class filmed at YYoga studio in Vancouver, Sadie Nardini leads you through a mula bandha power yoga workshop. No yoga pose is complete without Mula Bandha or your Root Support. But do you really know what true Mula Bandha is, or how to activate it during every pose for maximum power, weight loss, detox and energy release? Most students and even many teachers don’t. But you will after this incredible class with Sadie.

Renowned for her ability to translate yoga philosophies into your actual body movement, Sadie Nardini will guide you to gain a practical ability to get inside your deep core belly and use your Root Bandha to generate super power and access amazing reserves of energy and release. Prepare to sweat, and transform, no matter what level you are now.


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neepya1114, posted on July 25, 2016

My second time with this clas...I love it...

neepya1114, posted on July 18, 2016

This is the first I really get to really activated mula bandha..great class..I cud feel the lightness as I hop...thanx

carringtonpbrown, posted on April 21, 2015

wonderful class i am a yoga teacher and this was very inspiring and creative thank you! first class with Sadie Nardini

sophia11, posted on December 26, 2014

This is a vigorous Level 3 advanced class for those who are really strong and flexible and been practicing for some time. I just did what I could modifying in between. I am a comfortable intermediate level person. Some moves felt amazing but I am not at this level yet......

salthewal, posted on June 22, 2014

Wow, this was fantastic. A real revelation, which has definitely 'deepened my practice'. Thank you Sadie. PS: I like it when you talk ;)

Buffynerdx, posted on May 27, 2014

Really awesome practice. Felt differences immediately and felt a wave of refreshment when complete. Thank you! More Please!

energiayoga, posted on April 8, 2014

You're freaking amazing!

laurahak26, posted on September 25, 2013

this was such a special practice to me tonight. my first with Sadie Nardini. I truly felt closer to lighting the fire from inside, and intend to take that with me. I love your message: sometimes to honor ourselves we have to disappoint others. Something I personally struggle with on the path to knowing the true self better. thank you, peace and light!

TaniaCanada, posted on November 6, 2012

I´ve been watching this video since the fourth stage of Power Vinyasa program. I watch it again and again..and I always discover something new...I love how you have managed to be "real" in "the other world"..not having to decide whether you are a "rock star" or a yoga teacher. Sadie,
Thank you for giving my wings energy to continue flying.

tbirdie, posted on October 10, 2012

Wow! This is so wonderful, so what I needed! Rock out!

seyerlebasi, posted on October 5, 2012

I have been watching your videos for the last four years and I have learned a lot with them. I liked so much your videos from the first time I saw them, that I began to study English because I wanted to understand what you said. Now, I believe that I have the 60-70% of listening. Thank you so much, Sadie!!!

fearefi, posted on October 5, 2012

I like so much your style and the way that you explain every posture. You are the best!!!

YoginiKaren, posted on August 9, 2012

Sadie Nardini, I have followed you for years and LOVE this video, Mula Bandha Power Flow! It absolutely ROCKED!

maria-guenther, posted on July 31, 2012

That is an awesome teacher! Some of the poses where a bit too challenging, nonetheless I enjoyed this class. I learned so much, also for life!

kayamarie, posted on May 22, 2012

goodness gracious sadie nardini, you're blowing my mind. can't wait for your jersey shore workshop in july. <3<3<3!!!!!

akhalsa, posted on May 15, 2012

Sadie's Mula Bandha instruction is the best I've come across...
thank you.

montlake, posted on May 2, 2012

Really a great practice - deep on both a physical and mental level and challenging. After the first few times I started skipping all the discussion, which makes this into about an hour long practice. Really got my heart rate up and gave me a feeling of being satisfied. Every time I do this I get more from it on an inner level. Usually I have no patience for "fine tuning" classes, but his one is so challenging and interesting that it suits me on all levels.

strawberry, posted on January 27, 2012

Sadie you're a rockstar. More please.

yogawithmark, posted on January 26, 2012

I found her a bit uncouth at first but then I stepped back to listen and now I think she's a powerful source of information. Thanks for being your self.

emodlaug, posted on January 17, 2012

isn't it the deep front line? or is there something else called the deep core line?

Adianet, posted on January 11, 2012

Just amazing. So much energy in this practice. Loved it!

cindyvalentine, posted on November 14, 2011

I enjoyed this live flow...I wish there were more classes by Sadie. Will you be adding anymore?

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Yogateacher2, posted on November 6, 2011

Great to have Sadie on board. What about Yoga workshops for Yoga teachers? A whole new series....

Taurus, posted on November 5, 2011

This was totally amazing! Thanx

kaarinstar, posted on November 3, 2011

so great to have a workshop on my yoga online! i really enjoyed this practice, sadie is an excellent teacher!

wgodbolt, posted on October 31, 2011

I LOVED this video! Thank you so much Sadie for sharing it with us. I really feel like I learned something and expanded my practice. WHEW MULA BANDHA POWER! :)

Ben429, posted on October 18, 2011

Think that you could do something with lower back and/or hips? Or maybe more on inversions? The mula bandha was great for that. One of the first times I felt like i wasn't going to go rocketing into something or fall on my face when attempting down dog to crow, or especially that half handstand thingy.
A really great flow. Thanks you!

Dreamstar, posted on October 17, 2011

Hi Sadie,
I took your class in NYC several years back, so good to see you on here. Love your style. How about some classes that focus on bringing some martial arts into yoga? Blessings. A.

sola, posted on October 17, 2011

Awesome, such an inspiring, fun and original take on yoga practice. Loved every bit of it and made me ending my day with a big smile:)

ajcwebber, posted on October 16, 2011

Great - Thanks for the reply - what a treat to hear back from the actual instructor. I love this service!

sadienardini, posted on October 14, 2011

New Zealand Mula Power! Good to know;)

sadienardini, posted on October 14, 2011

Hi AJCWebber--You want to let mula action release in your final rest pose. I like to do it in some supine poses, like Goddess, Bridge, and even the start of Savasana. But ultimately, you want to be free from any conscious action so you can fully meditate on, listen & unite to the stillness of your Center, and hear the truth that arises from there. Have fun!! Sadie

KathieOvereem, posted on October 14, 2011

I'll be using my mula bandha skills that I learnt in this class as often as I can remember throughout my other practices. Many thanks! (And yes indeed we have some mula bandha magic all the way down here in New Zealand ;) )

ajcwebber, posted on October 13, 2011

An invigorating class! Does anyone know, though -- should the practice of mula bandha continue through corpse pose - or should one let it go through the last rest of the practice? I kept it going and received an image in my mind of a wet wash cloth flowing on the inhale and wringing out on the exhale. Which felt pretty good. But is that the intention? Thanks if anyone has an insight on this.

amgugliotti, posted on October 13, 2011

@sadie...first let me say this is the first time i have done one of your classes and I almost got on a plane and moved to Vancouver! In response to your question...I think I would love to see more videos like this one, that break down yogic concepts. I think as teachers, and as yogis we take these things we hear daily forgranted and do not really explore the meaning. I think you have a gift for making them understandable and easy to put into motion. Thank you!

tbochinski, posted on October 12, 2011

I really enjoyed this video.I loved how you broke the steps down to taking flight. While certainly I have a long ways to achieving full expression,I now feel like I have the tools to get there. It was also fun to do because you don't take yourself too seriously, the practice felt playful.

sadienardini, posted on October 11, 2011

I'm so happy you like it, yogis....what else would you like to see here? I'm going to make many more classes and post them soon!

hotttpizzza, posted on October 11, 2011

thanks for this amazing class!! i can jump from down dog into crow because of you and mula bandha!!!

kristy1977, posted on October 11, 2011

As a up and coming yoga teacher, I found this video very informative and can relate to Sadie's personality. I'm a little 'out there' and like to use simple, fun names for yogic terms and it's nice to see a teacher showing some personality in their class, makes them more human. Please feature more of Sadie's classes online.

dduggan, posted on October 11, 2011

Thank you so much for bringing Sadie to MY YOGA ONLINE.......she is awesome, and it's good to have videos on something other than just asana,,,,,,,,,,,,would love to see more videos of teacher training workshops and anatomy videos.......I'm staying a customer!

britt.gray1, posted on May 4, 2014

If you're wondering why this video is so long, it's because the first 35 minutes of it is talking. It's a live class, so the instructor is asking questions of the class. I didn't find this interesting, but when I fast forward I can't see what point I'm going to in order to start the workout. So if you're wondering - it's about the 35-minute mark. This is a challenging class and it's not bad, it was definitely different from the ordinary. I'm not sure I'll do it again but it's worth trying out.

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