Is Urdhva Dhanurasana a good pose for everyone?
In a previous post, I talked about the risks, what tends to go wrong, and the component parts of Urdhva Dhanurasana. Today I want to break down Urdhva Dhanurasana with some of my favorite poses that focus on preparing our upper back, chest, and shoulders. With that...
I fell in love…
… It all started many years ago when one of my sons introduced me to you. After that, you played a big part in healing us as a family when we were recovering from trauma. I have regained joy, a positive view of my life, and what I want my life to be filled with to...
Urdhva dhanurasana 2
Preparation for Urdhva Dhanurasana step 2, Urdhva – Upward, Dhanu- Bow, Asana- Posture, Props: Block and belt
Urdhva dhanurasana 1
First of all, we are all different! Not only how flexible our bodies are but also how we are built up. Some has more range in their shoulder others more open psoas…
Get into your internal rhythm
Creating a structure over your day is more then making a routine. Routines can become boring but to tune into your internal rhythms is what keeps you stay at “home”, in your body and with a clear mind.
Our present state of mind
Our mat is our universe and our supportive energy. Our practice on it reflects how we act and treat ourselves outside of it.
The idea is to do all the struggles there, so life outside can be peaceful. The thing is because we tend to press ourselves in our jobs and in life we might forget the first step of yoga and what yoga really means when we step onto our mat.
To be a beginner
Thank you for taking the time to read and hopefully better understand your body, yourself and others. This first post is about how important it is to always see your practice and yourselves as a beginner.
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