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Urdhva Dhanurasana

urdhva – upward dhanu – bow Backbending can be intense, but it is wonderfully healing.  It comes at the end of the seated postures, immediately before the finishing postures in the Ashtanga Primary Series.  When I was living in Scotland with… Read More


I can’t think of a pose I dread more than boat pose.  My core has never been stronger as now, but somehow my enthusiasm has run dry and I find myself just baring a grin for what feels… Read More


“Ear Pressure Pose” This pose is my happy place.  First of all, it comes at the near-end of the Ashtanga Primary series.  After an hour and half of stretching, pulling, reaching, toning, breathing, and sweating… this pose is… Read More


I am standing on my head.  My elbows and wrists are pressing into the floor while my eyes are softly gazing at the thermostat on the other side of the room.  Successfully, I am able to fade out… Read More


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