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Flying, Floating and Transitions Ashtanga Workshop – 4/28 & 5/12

Want those smooth transitions in your yoga practice that make you look and feel as light as a feather? We all want to be able to jump forward softly, jump through effortlessly and do this all with strength and lightness. This can be very difficult as the most challenging part of ashtanga yoga is the . . . → Read More: Flying, Floating and Transitions Ashtanga Workshop – 4/28 & 5/12

Ashtanga Yoga Confluence 2012 – A Recap

March 1, 2012 was the first day of the very first Ashtanga Yoga Confluence, held in San Diego, CA. I was lucky enough to attend this event that brought authorized master teachers and assistants, as well as 400 ashtangi students, together from all over the world to practice and discuss all things related to ashtanga . . . → Read More: Ashtanga Yoga Confluence 2012 – A Recap

Backbending to an Open & Healthy Spine

For most people, backbends are something that we try to avoid whenever possible in our practice. There are those gifted people that have a naturally open spine and love doing poses like urdvha dhanurasana (wheel) and eka pada rajakapotasana (full pidgeon), and oh how beautiful it looks when they do them. However, for the rest . . . → Read More: Backbending to an Open & Healthy Spine