Natarajasana. A really nice advanced pose, Lord of the Dance with strap, transitioned into from a strong foundation in Tadasana.
Namaste explained. The wonderful little word that means everything. Namaste
A really simple little tip, splash your morning face with fresh clean water and give your skin the chance to rejuvenate before facing (no pun intended) into a day of stress, pollution, abrasive weather etc. It’s the simple things.
One of the most fundamental—and practical—parts of yoga philosophy is the group of practices called the yamas. Described in depth in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, the yamas are five guiding ethical principles which can improve your relationship with others and yourself.
Rotate them out, in, back, down, shoulders shoulders shoulders …..
I battle with mine, they scrunch, they hunch, they hurt, I even sometimes forget I have any !!!
I’m often reminded to adjust and connect with them. When I started a steady regular practice, boy oh boy did I have niggling shoulders before, during and after practice, but as time has gone by and with constant reminders from all my lovely teachers, they’re stronger and I’m remembering my adjustments much more, resulting in less ouch and more umph.
Get to know them, you will fall in love with they’re incredible ability!
As yoga teachers, we have an incredible opportunity to help people create loving relationships with their bodies.