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Align the lower three chakras and create stability and self-assurance with this practice by Alanna Kaivalya. Plus, download the songs she chose just for this sequence!

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Reader Comments

linda

Nice flow and video. It is miscategorized. It is 13:45 min, but found under the 16-35 min category.

Valerie

Same here. Please narrate the poses. Other than that, great video!

JD

Agree with Kim and RF; great flow, needs narration.

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