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Monthly Archives: July 2010
One of the requirements of this yoga teacher training program is to read 4 different yoga books, then submit a brief report/reflection on each one. I have finished my first required text: The Heart of Yoga by T.V.K. Desikachar; and … Continue reading
This morning I had a “Tantra Yoga” tech session, which I registered for with some curiosity. I’ll be honest: prior to today, the only reference to “tantra” I knew was related to kinky sex – and I doubted we would … Continue reading
Tonight I had a tech session focused on hands. The 90-minute class was segmented into three parts: 1) Hand structure and alignment: anatomy of human hands (27 bones in each!), and how hands should be placed on the yoga mat … Continue reading
Today’s 4-hour core session was power-packed physically, intellectually, and psychologically. (And to think that people believe yoga is just some exercise to increase flexibility – whatever! Today’s teachings blow that myth right out of the water. *smile*) We started the … Continue reading
Today’s 4-hour core session was an afternoon full of insights. We started class with a nearly hour-long discussion and investigation of upward facing dog, which is a pose all about lengthening the spine and opening the chest/heart. Early in the … Continue reading