2017-12-13 15:07:00 UTC
Inversions are so much fun!
They have some amazing physical benefits.
> Improving of the lymphatic system circulation. > Improving of blood circulation. > Massaging of the diaphragm.
The emotional benefits are also great.
We get to:
> Challenge our limitations by over coming fear. >…
2017-12-08 14:02:00 UTC
Parsvottanasana. Geeta Iyengar wrote about this asana:“Parsvottanasana contains several movements, which maintain mobility of the following joints - the neck, arms, shoulders, wrists, armpits, ankles, toes, knees, pelvis, thighs and spine. Every joint participates and involved in the action. It is an ‘action-packed’ asana. Yet, it has a capacity to…
2017-12-04 16:46:00 UTC
The starting point in Ayurveda is not the absence of disease, but the desire for heath and balance. 🌱Here is the Ayurvedic definition of health :“One who is established in Self, who has balanced Doshas, balanced Agni, properly formed Dhatus, proper elimination of Malas, well functioning body processes, whose mind,…
Stretching the Psoas Muscle
2017-12-01 12:53:00 UTC
Stretching the psoas muscle.
So much to say about this deep muscle. First the anatomy - It’s actually a group of 2 (sometimes 3) muscles, located deep to the abdominal contents, stretching from the last thoracic vertebra and the 5 lumbar vertebrae, passing underneath the inguinal ligament (pelvis) to its…
Restorative Adho Mukha Virasana
2017-11-29 12:57:00 UTC
Restorative Adho mukha virasana or child’s pose with bolster. We love this very restorative asana. It’s both a forward bend and a heart opener.
Here is how to go in the asana: Take a bolster or 2. If you don’t have a bolster take a few pillows or a rolled…