Power Flow For Balancing Vata Video
Power Flow For Balancing Vata

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Power Flow For Balancing Vata

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This dynamic yet grounding practice with Danielle Mika Nagel will focus on clearing the channels of energy through pranayama with an emphasis on twists and forward folds. Class will end with postures to calm the nervous system and a seated meditation.

Featuring Music by Dj Urn.


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MallinaCashew, posted on September 24, 2014

As another poster mentioned, this practice begins slowly and gently, and moves up significantly in intensity. I was feeling the Vata need to go faster and do a more intense practice, but I took Danielle's advice and just kept going, all the while feeling everything. Excellent flow, speed, instruction, and wisdom. Thank you, Danielle!

LukeMYO, posted on January 30, 2014

@anamaria1972 @dharrelson7782 The video appears to be working well from here, if you have any other technical issues please contact us at support@myyogaonline.com. Thanks! - Luke and the My Yoga team

anamaria1972, posted on January 29, 2014

@dharrelson7782 i have reported this a couple of time too!!!

Jkron, posted on December 6, 2013

I found all the chatter about other peoples outfits and mother in law visiting very distracting. I use Danielle's other practise videos and have found them excellent.

dharrelson7782, posted on June 27, 2013

I was loving this class until it stopped streaming around the 31 minute mark. :( Anyone else have this problem?

NicoleUrdang, posted on May 22, 2013

This practice starts out slowly, but builds into an intense experience with long holds.
I would definitely not call it all levels. More intermediate-advanced.

Jewlsg616, posted on March 27, 2013

Thank u!!! Beautiful!!!

dpcssn, posted on March 17, 2013

This was pretty difficult for a beginner but stuck with it anyway using modifications or opting out of a couple poses. However, my 12 year old dancer/gymnast daughter joined me partway and rocked it (sigh...)! Namaste

STyler, posted on March 12, 2013

Loved this, very thorough! Started easy, and kept the gentle pace, but the length of the practice and the inclusion of challenging poses made it overall challenging. I feel great!

YogaCandy, posted on March 12, 2013

Hi - I'd like to listen to this clip but the sound has an echo and I can't really make out what Danielle is saying. Is there fault on the recording? Thank you,Jinny

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