Yoga Sequence

Meditations on Embodied Practice

Krishnamacharya vinyasa krama sequence

The last thing I expected was for one of my yoga teachers to sound a Socratic note. After a six hour session, he made a disconcerting remark: “I hope this workshop has raised more questions than provided answers. I hope it has made you realize how lost you really are.” This comment came after a grueling week-long workshop in the traditional practice of Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, which entails memorizing sequences of physical postures. In this practice of breath-synchronized movement, every…

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Backbending Workshop with Heather Elton

backbending with heather elton

This video with Heather Elton is all about backbending. First of all there is a vinyasa sequence that you can follow to gradually work deeper into your backbends. This is followed by some opening work using props to demonstrate techniques for finding more space and comfort for those that find backbending a challenge.

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Yoga Sequence for a deeper Upavishta Konasana

Upavishta Konasana sequence with stu

This is a sequence I created to work on increasing the depth of the forward fold in Upavishta Konasana. It works on combining strengthening with opening the body in the key areas that contribute to the ability to fold flatter. This is a posture that I have always had difficulty with so I thought it was time to give it a bit of extra attention. Please do go easy to start with and build the intensity over a number of…

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Gentle Yoga Sequence

Gentle yoga sequence with Stu

This is an easy sequence that I use as a warmup for a tougher yoga session or on days where I am not practicing just to keep loose. I gave gone quickly through the postures here but plan to spend 8 to 20 breaths in each, so the session could easily last 45 min.

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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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