Crow pose/Bakasana. Love it. Quite an accessible pose with a little practice. Essential for learning more complex arm balances. A bread and butter pose for me. ********************************************* Bummed that it is back to science Monday. I have done an amazing job of mentally checking out during break, am eager to give science my all forContinue reading “#beSTRONGin2015”
I really enjoyed myself at The Ashram’s Inversion clinic. Krist, Rayne, and Davin broke it apart into segments of headstand, forearm balance, and handstand. I learned and re-learned a lot and really enjoyed their demonstrations. They are gifted yogis and wonderful people in general. Here are some pictures I took yesterday…..the first few aren’t inversions,Continue reading “Photos from the Inversion Clinic Yesterday”
I am teaching tonight after working all day at IDRI, so I had to sneak a quick 15 minute practice in at lunch. Here are a few shots taken, most kindly, by my friend Susantha. I really needed a few minutes between report writing and going into the lab for the afternoon. Yoga is soContinue reading “Yoga Fun for the day”
my lovely daughter Naomi took this set of photos for me. I ws feeling low as I found out that I have arthritis in my shoulder today. rather depressing. But I can still do a lot more than the average 46-year old, I gotta keep it in perspective.
Boy oh boy we sure love the sun in the Pacific NW. Summer is what we live for 🙂 I hope you enjoy this little snippet, I should have gotten a running start for my roundoff but I rather enjoy the flop at the end. 🙂 Namaste, have a wonderful holiday weekend. 🙂
Inversions are powerful. They are one of the nicest things that you can do for yourself each day. They take practice, are so gratifying to learn. Be patient, never kick into a headstand. I highly recommend a teacher to be at your side while you learn to do headstand, they are a risk to anyoneContinue reading “Headstand variations”