Get low and get open in this challenging practice from Elise Lorimer leading to Hanumanasana.
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I love all these videos and have improved my practice by doing them. However, the volume is so low on all of them even at maximum on my computer. With the soft hum of a space heater I can barely hear the instructions. Any way you guys can boast the volume on your end. I don't have trouble with any other sites throughout the web. Thanks.
Hi, I practiced this sequence and found it very interesting and fun, but after practicing I realized I had sprained my outer ankle. I should know better, I am a yoga teacher myself and always warm-up my students before moving into stronger poses. What I have noticed is that although your sequences are fun, there is a general lack of principles of care as well as warm-ups. I understand that your video format is compact but still... I never hurt my body before. I hope you take my opinion into consideration, Yours, Andrea