Balance and the relaxation response
Vinyasa Krama • 1h 0m
The marriage of sukha (ease) and sthira (stability) are explored through standing balance vinyasas and attention to breath. Done with attention to not only stability in the body but also fluidity and ease this practice helps us strike a balance between these two key principles. Practice ends with soothing pranayama
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Sarvānga: All Parts
Yoga is a Sarvanga Sadhana meaning it is beneficial to all parts of the body, mind complex. Sarvangasana therefore is a powerful asana and mudra that has benefits to the entire body. Explore extended standing series leading to sarvangasana as an asana and mudra ending with pranayama and meditation.