Showing how we bring our yoga anywhere. A collection of yogis and yoginis doing what they do best any and everywhere.

About Me: Yogini, runner, music lover, living in the yoga mecca that is San Francisco.

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Recommended Sites: http://www.elephantjournal.com/ http://www.yogajournal.com/ http://darrenmain.com/blog/ http://www.rustywells.com/reference-chants.html

Teacher Influences: http://www.janetstoneyoga.com/ http://www.eliselorimer.com/Main/Om.html http://www.rustywells.com/ http://yogawithles.com/

 

Took a flow workshop from Kathryn Budig yesterday (pictured here). I highly recommend taking her class if you can (she’s in the L.A. area). We talked about what our “scary” poses are and why they are scary. We also focused on handstands and getting into handstands from poses like this. Its mostly CORE strength, versus arm strength, and balance. I learned some new stuff and definitely want to work on correctly getting into handstand or Pincha Mayurasana, instead of just blindly kicking/flailing my legs up in the air (or up against the wall) to get into the pose. 
What poses are you all working on right now? :-)

Took a flow workshop from Kathryn Budig yesterday (pictured here). I highly recommend taking her class if you can (she’s in the L.A. area). We talked about what our “scary” poses are and why they are scary. We also focused on handstands and getting into handstands from poses like this. Its mostly CORE strength, versus arm strength, and balance. I learned some new stuff and definitely want to work on correctly getting into handstand or Pincha Mayurasana, instead of just blindly kicking/flailing my legs up in the air (or up against the wall) to get into the pose. 

What poses are you all working on right now? :-)