Category: tim feldmann

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Kino MacGregor & Tim Feldmann Interview

Kino MacGregor and Tim Feldmann are both world renowned Ashtanga teachers in their own right but they also manage to find time to teach together as well. I focused this joint interview around them as a couple; how they approach teaching together, how their practices differ, do the like to practice together or seperately, who goes to who when they...

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Gold And Mud

Tim’s Scribbles: 08 July 2014 : GOLD AND MUD “Gold you find in mud. We are all pure by nature. But we cannot realize our purity because we have so much mud. We are influenced by so many things, because we do not have proper knowledge. The teacher helps separate the gold from the dirt in the student so he/she...

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Breathereflect

Tim’s Scribbles:14 January 2014 : Breathereflect reflect on the effect of your breathing permeating your body breathe again while you observe the chain reactions along your spine as your focus sharpens see your mind’s subtle slowing of motion allow yourself to do it dam up the extra movements of the mind notice the spacious edge of dharana dip into dhyana...

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Cultivating Patanjali Body

Tim’s Scribbles: 21 December 2013 : Cultivating Patanjali Body In the energetic paradigm which lays the foundation for yoga We seek to unravel the vayus, shakti, kundalini Allowing our innate life force to flow towards its original source. We use asana to loosen this prana in our body and free it up from all restrictions. Technique and alignment properly applied...

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Sankalpa

Tim’s Scribbles:25 February 2014 : Sankalpa When our mind is tuned strongly into alignment and health the deeper and more subtle aspects easily gets stomped over. When our aim is focussed on bettering ourselves we are talking about a practice which at its root rests on a self-based intention, which constitutes an entry level of Yoga. When a sense of...

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The Root

Tim’s Scribbles: 01 December 2013 : The Root “That (Brahman) which is the root of all existence and on which the restraint of the mind is based is called the restraining root (Mulabandha) which should always be adopted since it is fit for Raja-yogins.” – Sri Shankaracharya Defining the root as a concrete, tangible action in the musculature of my...

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The Pain Free State

Tim’s Scribbles: 04 December 2013 : The Pain Free State Femoral Acetabular Impingement is on everyone’s lips these days (from Labrum to Labia). We take the inward rotation of the hip joint a tad too literally for a tad too long; allowing Deep Groin instructions to numb sensory feedback and pushing passionate beliefs into physical matter while uttering Truth! and...

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Ashtangi Moon

Tim’s Scribbles: 06 December 2013 : Ashtangi Moon According to esteemed professor Nagaraj; in traditional indian culture there was no such thing as weekends off from work, academic studies and so forth. saturdays and sundays were no different than wednesdays, mondays and any other weekday. Instead there was moon days. on new and full moon other services, other activities, a...

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Tim Feldmann Interview

I really enjoyed doing this interview with Tim. He is easy to talk to and had lots to share. His experience and understanding of the body leads to some useful insights when discussing asana. We had time to talk about many topics including how his background in dance influences his teaching, as well as specific asanas. Visit Tim’s Website: http://www.yogajoy.org...

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