Yoga for Core Workout | Yoga With Tim Updated on December 9, 2019 By William Clement 9 Comments By William Clement 9 Comments Kalpesh Zala December 9, 2019 👍 Reply steve brown December 9, 2019 How about a yin type class on the rest day of the 30 day challenge for 2020? Reply The Side Project December 9, 2019 The best!👏🏻Excellent my master Reply ikolbezen December 9, 2019 I love your workshop progressive style of classes during the challenge. When at the end you can clearly see what a difference practicing yoga every does. Maybe this year team could be arm balances? Thank you for your time, energy, and place for our suggestion Tim! Namaste 🙏 Reply Frank Clark December 9, 2019 Could we have some yin yoga? Would be great. Reply Ingrid Ziegler December 9, 2019 A new 30days challenge is great news. I love these every day classes, makes me get up in the morning with anticipation. If you could do it with 20min sequences or at least no longer than 30min per day. (as you offer longer sequences on the community channel). Thanks for your efforts and energy!! Reply Michael Glines December 9, 2019 Stoked about the next 30 day challenge! For what it’s worth I skipped a couple of days in previous challenges because they were either too short or required props or situations I didn’t have (tennis ball, strap, wall space, foam roller). That said, all the days that didn’t require those things were awesome for me! Reply Nicola Fairhurst December 9, 2019 Loved the subtleties of this practice so interesting and beautiful, the perfect way to start the day, thanks Tim. Reply Kirsty Macfarlane December 9, 2019 Listened to the intro and can't wait to do this, my quads are the bane of my life! When my massage therapist goes near them I call her a witch and there's a few fbombs as well! Look forward to doing this practice, thanks Tim for helping me so much and making my practice better. Love and light 🧘♀️💜🧘♀️💜 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.