The myth behind Vasisthasana

The myth behind Vasisthasana

Yoga postures are often dedicated to sage and mythical heroes from indian cultures. Those figures embody values and attributes we aspire and we can access through a dedicated practice of asanas. Knowing a bit more about those figures allow us to dive deeper into the yoga practice and offer a new perspective on how to approach a posture.

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The myth behind tree pose

The myth behind tree pose

Nature is a great teacher to learn from. We human, with oversized ego can draw a lot from nature if we take the time to connect with it. We are not separate from it, on the contrary, we are part of it.

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Bakasana made simple

Bakasana made simple

Bakasana or crane posture is the number 1  step towards advanced arm balancing. There are different versions of this pose with the arms straight or an easier version with the arms bend (kakasana) accessible to everyone.

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Grounding yourself: parsvottanasana

Grounding in standing postures: parsvottanasana

Standing postures are the most fundamental poses in your yoga practice. They allow you to ground yourself into the physical body. We spend so much time in our head thinking about everything and nothing that we are disconnected to our physical body. Standing posture make that reconnection to ourselves possible.

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Yoga for everyone: 3 part breathing

Yoga for everyone: 3 part breathing

Before starting any physical practice take the time to settle down. Bring all the busyness of life to silence, mind, body and breath to unisson. The 3 parts breathing is a good way to focus the mind, let go of emotional floods and relax the body. The technique consists of breathing deeply through the belly, the rib cage and the chest.

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