Nursing a back injury at the minute, from a non-yoga related accident, I have been tested and prodded to establish what is going on with my lower back.
A new video is up of some of the tools I use to keep my hands and wrists in good working order. Follow the list of exercises here.
For me, the death meditation will always stand as a turning point in my life. I came face to face with the ways I made myself less than I am and the passions that move my heart but were neglected.
A huge part of my teaching vocabulary is based around this idea of doing the work from the inside out, breathing in a way that reduces the tension within. This will work well with this sequence.
A sparkly sequence to help you run the kind of energy that you want in your life.
When people take action to make something happen, that something becomes more likely.
In this post, I will share some of the stages and progressions and advise on what to do to prepare the way for handstands and forearm stands. Some of the stages can take weeks to built up the strength, awareness, and confidence to progress on from, so take you time. You are in no rush!
Right now, ask yourself:
What is one kind thing I can do for myself right now?
This series builds towards day 5 exploring different themes every day as you progress through the week. Each session has down levels and injury modifications to work through, so no matter what level you are, there is something for you to enjoy.
Forrest Yoga presents lots of strategies for working pain-free, it is one of the principles that drew me to the practice.