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The Meditation Revolution is on!

After a few days of doubts and contemplations, I have signed up for the Meditation Revolution program with Yoga Journal. Still not sure if I’ll be able to keep up with my crazy corporate full time job, freelance stuff, regular yoga practice, trips and all the other parts of life, but life’s always busy, right? … Continue reading

Notes From the Twisting Workshop

Ok basically, I’ll go though the notes from Yogananth’s Twisting workshop. It has pretty much covered the mistakes I tend to make (and struggle to avoid for that matter). Twisting Do’s and Don’t’s Do: Practice twists on the exhale Practice dynamic movements before static stretches Standing movements should come before sitting/locking the hips on the … Continue reading

Master Yogananth Workshops: let it be the intro post :)

I’ve been lazy on this blog (yes, yes, I feel bad about it and realize that I have to do something with my schedule and priorities), but not so lazy on my practice! And last week, I had a great day attending Master Yogananth’s workshops. I’ve been really looking forward to them and was not … Continue reading

Yogananth Andiappan Workshops: My Mat is Ready!

I am happy, jumpy, excited and thankful yoga girl today! And there is a reason for that… I have just reserved my spots in two workshops with renowned yoga Guru Yogananth Andiappan! yep, gonna unroll my mat for  twists and backbends with the Guru on 29 April! Both workshops are on the same day, and … Continue reading

Eka Pada Rajakapotasana IV Sequence

Nice sequence, which has been part of my today’s practice (I cannot embed the video although there seems to be this option). Getting closer to my perfect bird :). The YogaJournal web site is a great source for home practice ideas, including video sequences. I am not a big fan of yoga videos actually (doing … Continue reading

The Challenge Pose

This is one of my favorite yoga blogs! Can spend hours reading it, but I guess I need more system to start taking it pose by pose and properly incorporating them into my practice. And for now, the perfect (although yoga is not about ‘perfect’) Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana (One-footed King Pigeon Pose) is my … Continue reading

Yellow Yoga Mat???

Yellow is color of sun, light, classic Margaritas and summery nail polish. Yoga mat, besides being number one yoga prop, is a place to do something you love and have a luxury of staying in the moment; personal space and loving what you do... now.

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