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10 Things that Won't Happen When You Try Yoga

10 Things that Won't Happen When You Try Yoga

The first arm balancing pose that I tried to strike was Crow pose or Bakasana in sanskrit. At the first month it was super hard, my wrists hurt, my arms wasn't strong enough, but the main problem was lack of core strength that is the most important for those kind of poses. 2 months later I'm not only strike crow pose with ease, but I manage to master few more arm balancing poses as well! I made you a fun & simple video to guide you through the steps so you can fly like a crow! Let's begin

The first arm balancing pose that I tried to strike was Crow pose or Bakasana in sanskrit. At the first month it was super hard, my wrists hurt, my arms wasn't strong enough, but the main problem was lack of core strength that is the most important for those kind of poses. 2 months later I'm not only strike crow pose with ease, but I manage to master few more arm balancing poses as well! I made you a fun & simple video to guide you through the steps so you can fly like a crow! Let's begin

If you practice Ashtanga..This is funny! Guided Practice at the K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute

If you practice Ashtanga..This is funny! Guided Practice at the K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute

Deep abdominal breathing can reduce stress via this 25 minute guided morning meditation focusing on deep abdominal breathing and vata balancing techniques. What are vata balancing techniques?  Th…

Deep abdominal breathing can reduce stress via this 25 minute guided morning meditation focusing on deep abdominal breathing and vata balancing techniques. What are vata balancing techniques? Th…

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So Hum ... Ho Hum? Peg Mulqueen

So Hum ... Ho Hum? Peg Mulqueen

The Tyranny of Yoga and Meditation

The Tyranny of Yoga and Meditation

Eddie Stern, the director of Ashtanga Yoga New York, sits with Casey Spooner and Adam Dugas to discuss his craft.

Fragments of a Life: A Curbside Mystery

Eddie Stern, the director of Ashtanga Yoga New York, sits with Casey Spooner and Adam Dugas to discuss his craft.

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