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Virabhadrasana is a great way to practice backbending and to stretch the front of the body.
We’ll take a look at three adaptations of viniyoga style Virabhadrasana: one arm, both arms, arms close and open... there are infinitely more to suit your needs!
Lots of people have a pattern of lifting the chin moving in and out of a standing forward bend. Tuck your chin to reduce strain on your back and neck and rotate your hips to help better stretch your low back.
I answer your yoga questions about pigeon, downward facing dog, strength building, and what does your yoga teacher do while you’re in savasana anyway?
Knee problems are among the most common issues that come through the door in a yoga studio. If you are a teacher, here are few principles of adaptation that can help make your classes more accessible and enjoyable for people who may have mobility issues.
Try vajrasana as a gentle warm-up for the back, hips, and shoulders
Why cat/cow is not the best for most people and how to do cakravakasana instead.
Replay of a 30-minute sleepytime yoga practice, recorded live via Zoom! Join me every month for a live stream yoga practice!
Here's a quick chat about the benefits of one on one yoga instruction!
I love this panchamaya chant because it is a reminder that you are more than your physical body, and it expresses gratitude for your whole being
Do you experience wrist or shoulder pain in downward facing dog? Try three simple things before your first downward facing dog, and do some experimenting to find YOUR ideal alignment.
A behind the scenes look at how a plan a class.
Ask me anything yoga! Here's the video from my last AMA Yoga. I talk about the principles of Viniyoga, downward facing dog and more! Watch the replay below and join me next time on Thursday, December 14th at 7:00 PM EST on my Facebook page. Feel free to submit your questions in advance and I'll answer them live!
A quick warm-up for when you are short on time and space!
I often see people do this this side reach thing going into Trikonasana/Triangle pose. Why? It causes unnecessary strain on the hip joint and SI joint. Try this version that focuses on the benefit of the lateral bend instead.
Learn how to do viminasana to strengthen the muscles around the spine and stabilize around the SI joint.
Here are some simple stretches you can do with a yoga strap or a belt to help mobilize and release tension around your neck and shoulders.
Here's a gentle stretch for the chest and front of shoulders as well as a way for the muscles of the sides of the spine to relax!
Get a blanket and enjoy!