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Core Strength Yoga: How to Float Forward and Land Softly into Uttanasana

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Learn to Float forward and land softly from downward dog. This video is great for core strength in your yoga practice.

If you’re looking for yoga videos that will show you the perfect way for you to start your yoga journey then Kino MacGregor’s yoga channel is perfect for you! Whether you are new to yoga or an advanced yoga student you will find a full yoga library with all the yoga postures that you need to develop a complete yoga practice. Yoga is more than just a physical practice yoga is a lifestyle that includes living a peaceful life. Living the yoga lifestyle is about yoga practice, inner peace, yoga diet and being a good person on and off your yoga mat. Kino is a yoga teacher, author of three books, international teacher, writer, blogger, online yoga class teacher, IG yoga challenge host and much more. She co-founded Miami Life Center and Miami Yoga Magazine as well as produced six Ashtanga Yoga DVDs. Practice yoga, change your world one breath at a time. Kino believes that yoga is a vehicle for each student to experience the limitless potential of the human spirit. You don’t have to be strong or flexible to begin the yoga practice, all you need is an open heart and the inspiration to practice yoga. Unroll your mat and do the practice!

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23 Comments on Core Strength Yoga: How to Float Forward and Land Softly into Uttanasana

  1. “Think about this motion as a combination of strong shoulders and strong core…” …and great flexibility in hamstrings, gluts and lover back 🙂
    I can do kinda opposite motion – a hanstand press, but never was able to do this float. Too afraid to jump forward too strongly and fall, any advice?

    • +TheZarbis If you’re afraid to fall the best thing to do is fall…. then you’ll see it’s not so bad and you’ll get the confidence to try again 🙂

  2. Николай Степанович // 29th June 2015 at 6:35 pm // Reply

    Perfect body with Ashtanga yoga. Namaste.

  3. shes soo hot !!

  4. casagrandeaz85 // 29th June 2015 at 7:45 pm // Reply

    Thank you for step by step instructions. Really helps a lot, especially to prevent injuries. Appreciate it! Namaste

  5. Dufius Stavisky // 30th June 2015 at 3:30 pm // Reply

    Please show us how to float back into chaturanga. I love your videos. Keep ’em coming 🙂

  6. sundar rajan // 1st July 2015 at 2:48 am // Reply

    It is inspiring to watch you do it Kino…so graceful with power…love you…sundar

  7. Noriko Whittaker // 2nd July 2015 at 1:44 pm // Reply

    Thank you, Kino! I’m following your beginner yoga and practice kit. I realized how important the core muscles works with other muscles as you mentioned in this video. You’re my inspiration!

  8. amuk sakura // 6th July 2015 at 2:07 pm // Reply

    Amazing

  9. Catch your float into shoulders, pull belly in and your feet land further up than farther back….some day I will get this…thank you for sharing – Nemaste. I have been doing Hot Vinyasa and your movement is the benchmark that I strive for, so thank you for sharing. Its more of a spiritual practice, but it would be nice to improve physical practice too. Thank you for your dedication into your Art and Practice. Your float forward into Uttanasana is nothing less than extraordinary and inspiring.

    Last thing, how do you avoid tendenitis with your elbows? I don’t believe, but correct me if I am wrong, you don’t lock your elbow joint or have arm straight? I try a very slight bend…we are all built different.

  10. I am going to watch from :45-:50 a lot before my morning practice and journalize any improvements…

  11. Pablo Salas // 5th April 2017 at 4:13 am // Reply

    hey Kino, love your videos. I have a question, How do you pass from downward facing dog to janusirsasana, or marychasana and all the sitting postures? I always jump and get to sit down, but not directly in the posture. I dont know if I made my self clear.. 🙂 Thanks!!

  12. what girl you made that look way too easy. i can jump forward, jump through, and jump back but floating forward still scares me!

  13. Chelsea Gilson // 27th July 2017 at 3:16 pm // Reply

    omgosh you make it look so easy!

  14. Cool transition!

  15. Ian Raucourt B // 7th February 2018 at 6:42 am // Reply

    woooow u are the best, and when u keeping speacking so normali. omggg jsjssjs. muy bueno amiga gracias, eres seca

  16. Love U Kino

  17. I am not able to put my palms on the floor in forward fold. Is it still possible to Float Forward ?

  18. hui yin yap // 1st July 2018 at 2:55 pm // Reply

    this looks so easy. but when i tried it, i was so worry that i will fall down.

  19. Calipso Careline // 11th September 2018 at 11:13 pm // Reply

    It looks so easy when you do it!

  20. Leon Matthias // 9th October 2018 at 10:26 pm // Reply

    wow, you really make it easy!

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