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In-versions

“I want to do a shoulder stand…a headstand…a handstand…” So much out-ward energy for such in-verted positions. Our desire in life to be able to “do” something is strong, and [...]

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Discipline and the practice of yoga

Discipline is not a very ‘in’ word right now. Acceptance, gratefulness, allowing. These words are far more fashionable. But it’s not always what’s in vogue that we have to truly incorporate into [...]

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The Opening & Closing Prayers

We open and close our Ashtanga practice with a chant in Sanskrit. Understand the profound meaning of these traditional prayers. Yoga Chants Ashtanga Yoga traditionally has both an opening chant [...]

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Why Alignment, Why Anatomy

Why is alignment so important in your Yoga practice? What difference does it really make? One of our favourite teachers and friends Tim Feldmann writes all about it this article. WHY ALIGNMENT [...]

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Your core muscles – deeper than you think

What is the core? How do we access it? Why is it important? By David Keil http://www.yoganatomy.com/why-you-should-understand-your-core-muscles/   What is the Core? This question is one that is [...]

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Ashtanga Yoga: Practice with discipline but practice smart

Inspired by Matthew Sweeney’s article on the evolution of Ashtanga, our lovely teacher Marie shares her thoughts about how to practice Ashtanga with discipline but practice smart. Marie [...]

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Yoga in A Modern World by Eddie Stern

This is a transcript of an Interview that Eddie gave to House of Yoga, an online Yoga Studio. We are blessed that Eddie visited us in early April to offer a lecture and Mysore sessions. Here’s to [...]

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Ashtanga Pranayama Sequence

An insight into the traditional ashtanga pranayama sequence, practiced after asana, as directed by Manju Jois [...]

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See More Clearly By Practicing Drishti

The practice of drishti is a gazing technique that develops concentration—and teaches you to see the world as it really is. By David Life [...]

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What is Rocket Yoga?

Rocket Yoga is an Ashtanga Yoga System because we study our self through breath, bandha and dristi…but this practice can be deeper and more illusive than the traditional Ashtanga Yoga [...]

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