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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Today’s teacher training was a 4-hour core class session, segmented into three distinct chunks: poses, yama, and Ayurveda. We studied two very-closely-related poses: standing forward fold (Uttanasana), and seated forward fold (Paschimottanasana). [I told you they were very closely related…*smile*] … Continue reading
I am going to be out of town in August for one of my regularly scheduled class sessions, so today I made up half of that class by attending a two-hour “Reports & Discussion” session. During each of these Reports … Continue reading
Today’s tech class was AMAZINGLY cool – but not for the reasons you expect. So let me explain. The class session was titled “Floating and Flying Techniques” – which sounds super-cool, right? I certainly thought so! I really had no … Continue reading
Today was a very busy day in my non-yoga life. I ran errands all morning, volunteered at the hospital in the early afternoon, and prepared the house for visiting relatives in the later afternoon. By the time evening arrived, what … Continue reading
This afternoon’s core session was two hours dedicated to standing poses in which the legs are rotated externally – i.e., poses that work the inner thighs like nobody’s business. Specifically, the instructor focused us on Warrior 2, Extended Side Angle, … Continue reading
… heads of the arm bones back.” This was the primary “mantra” for today’s yoga workshop – the first of five I will complete as part of my teacher training program. (Five workshops, not mantras.) : ) Today’s two-hour workshop … Continue reading