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Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is perhaps one of the most misunderstood styles in the yoga world even though so many other styles are influenced by it. In this workshop we first understand the context within which the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method came to be. Then we …
The bandhas are the most elusive aspect of practice. They’re subtle components of the not very well understood energetic body. What if there were a physical part of them that you could access? What if you knew what these were? Bandha understanding comes theoretically, energetically …
The Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga practice has it’s main facets of tristana, meaning the synergistic quality of asana, breath, and bandha. Underlying correct breathing is a structured framework known as the vinyasa krama. Many people seem to know what vinyasa is, but few are familiar with …
The traditional purpose of the led class is to direct a large number of students through a series that they are familiar with. Ashtanga has an ideal number of inhalations and exhalations done in certain places with associated movements. The lead class offers an opportunity …
Adjustments to yoga poses come in a variety of forms including physical, verbal, and even energetic. The basic workshop and the observation workshop support good intelligent adjustments that address the individual as just that, an individual in the moment and what they need to be …
The advanced anatomy course is is the synergy of all the other workshops I teach. In understanding my own process of development, I first understood the practice and philosophy of yoga. On top of that layer was the understanding of how the human anatomy functions …
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- Your Shoulders in Upward Facing Dog
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- Morning with Guruji
- Sit Bone Pain – Revisited
- Your Shoulders in Downward Facing Dog
- Supta Kurmasana Goes Pop!
- Yes, you can get injured doing a headstand…
- Response to NYT Article – How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body
- Some Words for Oz
- To Squeeze or Not to Squeeze? That’s the question
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