Asana

Upper Back And Shoulder Opener for Kapotasana

Upper Back Opener Kapotasana

This is one of my own personal favorites, not easy to get into and out of but you really feel it working to increase the range of motion you have in the upper back (extension) and shoulders (flexion). Great for helping you finding comfort in yoga postures that require those sorts of openings such as Kapotasana, Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Facing Wheel) and Pincha Mayurasana (forearm balance).

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Ashtanga Yoga Second Series Transitions

Yoga Transitions Laruga Glaser

Wow, Laruga was just amazing in this video, such control and precision. It was a super hot day in India when we filmed this and she somehow keep so calm and cool even though I keep her going with these transitions for a pretty long time. Great inspiration, lots to work on and plenty to learn.

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John Scott’s Baby Sequence

Baby Sequence John Scott

This is one you can follow along with. Explore The Baby sequence with John and myself. Ideal for loosening up and preparing for Ashtanga practice. Best part is you don’t even need to get up out of bed if you don’t want to.

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Asana School – Baddha Konasana

Baddha Konasana

In this video we take an in depth look at the posture Baddha Konasana from the Ashtanga Primary Series. Taking an anatomical perspective we can decide how it is best to try and deepen the posture.

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Joint Stability Workshop

Joint Stability Workshop

In this workshop, Yoga Teacher and anatomy expert Adarsh Williams explains and demonstrates some useful ques for maintaining good stability in the spine, hips and shoulders when performing yoga postures.

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Triang Mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana

Triang Mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana

This posture comes near the beginning of the Ashtanga Primary Series seated postures. This posture can be super comfy for some and for others you feel like you are falling sideways and can’t find a nice seat. In this episode of Asana School we look at the posture through an anatomical lens and explore some of the reasons behind why you might find this posture challenging.

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