May 3, 2020
Movement begins about 4 mins in. Following an Ujjayi pranayama practice, find precise and subtle core-strengthening movements on your way to execute Crow pose. Glide through a tradition-inspired flow and take some handstand practice (if you wish to) throughout.
Yoga polishes off that which we are not. Behind the accumulation of conditioning, memory, thought and defenses, we are each radiant beings — at one with all that is. This and all of these practices help you metabolize the gritty stuff so that what remains is the shiny gem of your spirit self manifest.… Read More “An Unfolding”
In this practice we remember what’s important — staying in touch with the ever-present peace within us. But don’t let the thumbnail fool you. We still move through a heat-building flow that includes postures like forearm stand with hanumanasana, rotated half moon w/ chapasana, wheel, fallen triangle, side plank with half lotus, pigeon and king pigeon, wheel with elbows down, foot behind the head and more.… Read More “Peace”
This is my version of paradise.
An intention breath-setting 5 minutes
Movement beginning at 5 mins.
Luxurious, possibly slow-feeling warm-up,
Attention to breath
Attention to bandha
Attention to refinement
First down dog at 13 mins
Pace starts to pick up around 15:30
18 mins ego tries to stay “stop watching,” but you continue anyway because you’re awesome
At 22 you start to resent me
Bird of Paradise happens at 24:51
Crow at 25:30 (& jumping back to chaturanga)
Crane at 28:54 (& jumping back to chaturanga)
Anahata (Puppy pose) at 19:30
~30 mins – side plank, wild thing>wheel, fallen triangle, pigeon
46 mins – 2nd handstand
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Here’s a lively practice that brings many elements together, including a few you’ve requested. Beginning with bellows pranayama and guided by the balance between strength & ease, we visit some powerful favorites with a spirit of “none of these really matters in the grand scheme, so why get all scrunched about it?”… Read More “Strength & Serenity”