Learn the foundations of Utthan Pristhasana or Lizard Yoga Pose. In this video we break down the strong hip opener offering variations for all levels.
Aparigraha means to take what is necessary and no more. In the yoga school of Hinduism, this has been translated as “abstaining from accepting gifts,” not expecting, asking or accepting inappropirate gifts from any person,” and “not applying for gifts which are not to be accepted.” This concept also includes non-covetousness and non-possessiveness.
Yama 5 – Aparigraha – Non-Covetousness
Beautiful restorative simple poses, to help release tension in the body.
If you could go back in time and meet your beginner yogi-self, what would you say? What words of wisdom or advice would you share about the practice?
Find your Glutes, fire them up and work them.
The ubiquitous trope that “yoga is stretching” is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of both yoga and human anatomy. Now that scientific research is largely debunking ingrained notions of what it means to “stretch,” the language that yoga teachers and media are using to describe what yoga practice does needs to be questioned.
The most popular Ananda Balasana – and an interesting mythology behind it.