Yoga tutorials focus on yoga basics and flow. I break down the specifics of individual asanas (poses), teach you which muscles you are using and strengthening along with other physical and energetic benefits. This is a great place to find the building blocks of your practice.
The downward facing dog pose is probably the first yoga pose you will encounter in most yoga classes. I was astonished to learn in my yoga teacher training that after many years of practicing yoga, I had been approaching downward facing dog all wrong. My arms were not properly rotated, my hands were not completely […]
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.92″] You can beat holiday stress or blues, and the inevitable fatigue it causes in your body with my light 15-minute yoga routine that includes yoga poses to destress. It can enable you to calm down, recharge, and restore your mind to its original state of calm — or at least pre-season equilibrium. Stress and fatigue are sometimes […]
Urdvha dhanurasana is difficult but the good news is that yogis of all levels can do its variations. Practicing wheel pose as a progression will enable you to perform each key action with the right amount of effort and ease. Breaking down the asana by each of its key actions, and practice “svadhayaya” the yogic concept of self study in each phase will enable you to build up the skill, strength and stamina more quickly than if you were to hurry through to the more advanced actions in a rush to the summit.