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Trikonasana Part Three: Foot Arch Mastery — The Daily Bandha

Hello Friends,William Blake said you can see the world in a grain of sand. Similarly, fundamental principles you master in one asana are portable to others. With this in mind, let’s look at the key elements for activating your foot arch in the front leg foot in Trikonasana (Triangle Pose). Here’s the cue…First, press the…

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Essence of the Yoga Sutras — American Institute of Vedic Studies

The following article by Dr. David Frawley was first published by Zee News If we look deeply within we can discern that the essence of our being is the light of consciousness, not the compulsions of the mind or the biology of the body. This is the light of Yoga. Yoga in its asana form…

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The Hamstrings — Inchworm Yoga

A brief description of the muscle group commonly known as “the hamstrings”.

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Teaching Yoga: Trust Your Students’ Experience — The Hugger Mugger Yoga Blog

Teaching Yoga: Trust Your Students’ Experience About 25 years ago I attended a workshop with a well-known yoga teacher. We were working up to Urdva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow), stretching our quads and preparing our shoulders for at least 30 minutes before we started practicing the most rudimentary backbends. By the time we finished Setu Bandha…

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Friday Pratice and AMVrk 3 — Thoughts on Teaching Yoga and Philosophy

I’m subbing for Val this morning. Doing my favorite morning things. Sitting in Baddha Konasana, drinking coffee and blogging. It was great to be back at Friday practice. I’ve really missed having it as a part of my week. I didn’t have a specific sequence to follow. Figured I would just do what I normally…

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Interview with Geeta Iyengar – 1999 — IYIMV Blog – IYIMV

In 1999 Mark Tully, the BBC’s India Correspondent from 1964-1994, visited Pune. The result of this visit was a memorable interview with BKS Iyengar for the BBC Radio 4 production: Head to Toe. BBC producer, Vanessa Harrison, has kindly shared the interview transcripts. This is a section of the interview Mark held with BKS Iyengar’s…

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The Biopolitics of Neoliberalism in Contemporary Yoga: Exploring Questions Posed by Giada Consoli — Matthew Remski

I was honoured to be contacted by Giada Consoli with the following questions related to her graduate work on contemporary yoga culture. She is an Ashtanga Yoga practitioner and works as yoga teacher, naturopath and Bach Flower therapist in Rome, Italy. She has attended the Master in Yoga Studies at the Ca’ Foscari University in…

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