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Level 3
45 min

Condensed Primary Series for Busy Yogis

Ashtanga | By Jodi Blumstein on Jan 04 2012
A 45-minute condensed version of the Ashtanga Primary Series that is designed to be a strong practice. Here Jodi has selected the most important asanas to help you squeeze your practice into your busy life - and she has chosen to add some of the stronger arm balances from Ashtanga yoga to make this a challenging practice.

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A 45-minute condensed version of the Ashtanga Primary Series that is designed to be a strong practice. Here Jodi has selected the most important asanas to help you squeeze your practice into your busy life - and she has chosen to add some of the stronger arm balances from Ashtanga yoga to make this a challenging practice.

Comments

  • Emily Flanders Yonker     Jun 18th, 2014
    This is my go-to class
  • isabel sheridan     Apr 11th, 2014
    Thanks so much Jodi!!!x
    • Jodi Blumstein     Apr 12th, 2014
      Hey Isabel!!!

      you are welcome!

      so nice to see you again!

      Jodi B
  • Nicole Graham     Jan 10th, 2014
    Hi Jodi. Thank-you for this wonderful practice. Perfect when I'm trying to fit Ashtanga into a busy day. Really appreciated that it didn't feel rushed.
    • Jodi Blumstein     Jan 26th, 2014
      hi nicole! i am so glad this one fit into your day.

      much love.

      jodi b
  • Pascale Bransolle     Apr 28th, 2013
    Hi Jodi, thank you so much for this beautiful practice, it reminds how much I love yoga and Ashtanga, you are a great teacher Jodi!! Pascale from France
  • Lisa Martinez     Jan 14th, 2013
    Thank you for this....been teaching for quite some time, only vinyasa style. Have realized that Ashtanga is necessary. But, because I teach so much, (and have several kiddos) I don't have much time for long mysore/full Ashtanga classes. This is what I need to get started on the discipline. Lisa
  • Caroline Moroz     Nov 6th, 2012
    Jodi's beautifully languid style makes this whistle stop tour seem like anything but - a veritable can of condensed ashtanga soup which means we can all take a led practice any time. Thanks so much Jodi, I really enjoyed that, and you also inspire me to try more adventurous forms of transition.
  • catherine chidiac     Oct 28th, 2012
    Perfect video, Thank you so much !!! Namaste
  • Alisa Reasor     Oct 20th, 2012
    Great sequence! Perfect for me right now. Thank you.
  • Tanya Markul     Sep 16th, 2012
    This video keeps timing out - it's not my internet connection - not sure what to do.
    • YogaGlo     Sep 16th, 2012
      Tanya - we just emailed you some tips to help with streaming.
  • Maurey Lancaster     Sep 16th, 2012
    A lovely edited sequence. I did this with the shoulder modification you gave in another video. Worked a treat- thanks so much xx
  • Lisa Hagen     Sep 6th, 2012
    Great sequence for those of us with limited time for Ashtanga practice. To my favorites...thx Jodi! So grateful for ur Ashtanga teachings!
  • Alix Parson     Apr 6th, 2012
    really good. thanks so much!
  • Tikoshia Davis     Mar 20th, 2012
    Loved this, thank you!
  • Jeanette Darbyshire     Mar 19th, 2012
    Very nice xoxo
  • Cullen Curtiss     Jan 23rd, 2012
    thank you!
  • Greg Hastings     Jan 20th, 2012
    Wonderful!
  • Stephanie Pritchett     Jan 11th, 2012
    I second the request for a 60 minute sequence... with shoulder stand maybe?
  • Stephanie Pritchett     Jan 11th, 2012
    Yay! Great Ashtanga practice, thanks Jodi!
  • Stephanie Rea     Jan 11th, 2012
    Loved it twice so far. Thank you!
  • Bri Dellinger     Jan 8th, 2012
    This is great! We are using this as a way to build up to 90 min in the morning and it would be awesome if you did a condensed 60 minute too!
  • Huda Mussa     Jan 5th, 2012
    One of the best sequences ever. Excellent pace.
  • Danielle March     Jan 4th, 2012
    What a great way to spend 45 minutes ...Seriously :)