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the myth behind the trikonasana pose...o mito por detrás da pose trikonasana....

Trikonasana pose is all about the sacred trinities.

Birth – Life – Death

Brahma – Vishnu – Shiva

Father – Son – Holy Spirit

Earth – Space – Heaven… 759 more words


Natarajasana encima de Lima

Dancer’s Pose // Natarajasana

Although it’s not a perfect asana, it’s the best shot captured whilst standing on the edge looking over gorgeous Lima (pop. 12mil) on a windy night.


An Anusara Adventure

So, I’ve been back in the UK now for three weeks: the job hunt is on (though embarrassingly to say, less of a hunt, more of a leisurely browse): the baking, well, that’s temporarily on the back burner, but the yoga is certainly as present as ever.   692 more words

Surprising yourself with an unexpected asana success might be great for you

A very intriguing bit of scientific news, courtesy the New York Times. Boiled down: Experience a sense of “awe” can be really good for you. 343 more words


In all of my classes I try to include some sideways stretching of the body.  In our normal everyday activities the muscles on the sides of the body do not get a lot of stretching and strengthening  yet they are very important in maintaining good posture.

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What's your hurry? 

Sometimes in an asana, I notice something seems off, tight, unstable, or just not as deep as I know I’ve felt it go before. The beauty in these moments occurs when I allow myself to notice it without too much angst or frustration . 738 more words


Natarajasana: Lord of the Dance

“Inhaling I draw in all that I need to support my highest intention, exhaling I let go of anything that no longer serves me.”

Happy Spring yoga community!

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