Category Archives: yoga

Chaturanga Dandasana

I have been struggling with the transition into upward-dog for a long time. Elii Manzo is a good friend of mine, and after a private class with her, I have so much confidence! I really believe we are capable of more than we think, and fear is what holds us back. I will continue to build strength as I flow gracefully through Chaturanga Dandasana.

 

Chaturanga Dandasana

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March Masika (a yoga tour)

On the roof of the SC Aquarium. I love How much Beth encourages her students to make the practice their own. Her calming voice guides them through asanas while leaving room for creativity within each posture. It was really inspiring to watch a practice from a teachers perspective. It takes a lot of skill to bring a group of people together and keep their attention/focus. Beth makes it look so easy…

set your intention

set your intention

fold forward

fold forward

childs pose

childs pose

let go

let go

tabletop

tabletop

childs pose

childs pose

beautiful interpretation of shoulder stretch

beautiful interpretation of shoulder stretch

seal pose

seal pose

warrior 2

warrior 2

warrior 2

warrior 2

down dog

down dog

fold

fold

locust

locust

savasana

savasana

gratitude

gratitude

namaste

namaste

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30DAYS

My husband is encouraging me to take more notes. This note-taking has creeped into my yoga practice, and its really bringing a new depth. I designed this sequence to learn to engage my deep core muscles. I’m also developing more strength in my twisted postures. Crow pose is one of my favorite things to work on, but side crow still eludes me. Hopefully this core strengthening will help me build the confidence and strength to fly while twisted. I’m going to sit with this practice for 30 days so I can mark my improvement.

designing sequences side plank

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