Arquivo do mês: setembro 2015

Parivrtta Hasta Padasana Pointers

https://inchwormyoga.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/parivrtta-hasta-padasana-pointers/

Pose Notebook: Compass Pose

HOW TO USE THIS BLOG There are 3 ways to use this blog: 1. You can simply practice Compass using the illustration above. 2. You can learn the steps get into the posture in the “How To” section. 3. Or you can geek out on the sequencing and anatomy details by skipping down to Part…

http://jasonyoga.com/2015/09/24/pose-notebook-compass-pose/

4 Steps To Free Yourself from Fear of Inversions

Inversions test your mental and physical boundaries, making them a yogi’s rite of a passage. Rina Jakubowicz offers four steps for approaching them fearlessly. Join her on the Beginners Path at Yoga Journal LIVE! Colorado to learn these techniques in depth and more. Everyone who starts yoga craves Headstand. Observing my students for over 13 years, I have deduced that…

http://www.yogajournal.com/poses/types/inversions/4-steps-free-fear-inversions/

Got a Minute? Do a Pose! Weeks 10-14: Ardha Chandrasana, Prasarita Padottanasana, Adho Mukha Svanasana, Dandasana, Virasana

http://iyengaryogadetroit.blogspot.com/2015/09/got-minute-do-pose-weeks-10-14.html

Anatomy 101: Understand + Prevent Injury in Your Hamstrings

Asteya

Asteya or non-stealing is the fourth yama (fundamental moral observance) described in The Yoga Sutras by Patanjali. “When abstention from stealing is firmly established, precious jewels come to the Yogi” (Sutra II.37). And as BKS Iyengar in “Light on Yoga” eloquently said: “The desire to posses and enjoy what another has, drives a person to do evil deeds.…

https://yogarockford.com/asteya/

Stilling focusing on the form of Dwi Hasta Bhujasana

Things have been busy in the life of  Anne  lately  and busy usually translates into  not  sitting down to write much.We held a mock assessment for the folks going up for assessment in the Austin area this weekend.  I think, over all, it was a good experience.  People got feedback on their poses- in general …

http://teachingphilosophyandyoga.blogspot.com/2015/09/stilling-focusing-on-form-of-dwi-hasta.html