Tag: Bodyflow

LES MILLS BODYFLOW® 72: My Review

This release has some really great sequences that flow directly and smoothly into each pose. I feel like this release is about movement and the repetition allows our minds to settle and our body slowly unravels each time. Ann-See Yeoh, Les Mills Presenter, says…

BodyFlow® Release 67 Review

“Slow, quiet…it asks you to select exactly in your practice what your body needs for today.” Excerpt from the introduction of the release. Here’s my thoughts of the release. Remember: these are purely my thoughts and do not reflect Les Mills International. Track 1….

BodyFlow® 63 – My Review

Call me the “Roger and Ebert” of reviewing Les Mills BodyFlow choreography. My review is purely my own view (disclaimer). Today, I review BodyFlow 63. I’ve taught this release about seven to eight times now. My first thought was “I am not very fond…

BodyFlow 62 Review

Not too much. Not too little. Just right. This is how I feel about BodyFlow 62. It’s infused with the right amount of heat with plenty of options for new folks and veterans to BodyFlow. Embark on a journey of great music and fantastic…

Thoughts on Bodyflow 61

I’ve taught Bodyflow #61 about 15 times now…here are my own personal thoughts… Track 1 Tai Chi is fantastic! The music is so angelic and has an uplifting quality to it. The moves choreographed totally opens up the shoulders. My students love it because…

Firefly (Tittibhasana) Pose in BodyFlow 60

BodyFlow (BF) seems to be including more advanced postures each time I see a new release. Particularly, BF 60 — we see what the kiwis call “Bird in Flight”, normally know was Firefly or Tittibhasana. We also see Wheel Pose, we will leave that…