This is a 45 minute practice for those of us who don’t love backbends, or are looking to understand backbends a bit more. We will be using the natural ebb and flow of the breath to create ease and stability in the low belly and low back, allowing our backbends to be fluid, living, evolving shapes as opposed to feeling stagnant or forced. We explore the subtle actions of our breath in virasana, table and plank before moving into a standing series with low lunge, crescent, warrior 1 and warrior 3. We apply our breath and the awareness built in this practice to sphinx, cobra, upward facing dog, and a mild camel. We round our practice out with a hamstring release, a supine twist, and reclined bound angle.
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Navigating my way through the balance of strength and softness. Effort and ease. Planning and intuiting. Creating, sustaining and releasing. One practice and one day at a time. Perhaps I’ll figure it out tomorrow. But for now, I practice, and try to do it all with less of an RBF 😏❤️😂 #practice #salemyoga #resonanceyoga #oregonyoga #yogateacher
This morning is basically my Saturday and my Sunday morning. Shanti and I made the most of it with coffee, books and snuggles in bed. I’m trying to be better about not guilting myself to keep a traditional productivity schedule (M-F 8-5), when my schedule is anything but traditional. I’m not so good at it … but today we nailed it. Thanks for being my inspiration, @shantitheshiba.
I think my jet lag is gone … but my body still thinks it should be swimming in the ocean and walking on the beach. I haven’t been able to get warm all week. How long until summer?! 😂 #itsfineimfineeverythingsfine #trowanderlust #lamu #kenya #mermaidlife #handstand #wehandstand #inversion
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