I start people with subtleties of the breath with many other teachers would wait 20 years to teach, I kind of work backwards and I hope is helpful, says Richard Freeman in this video posted by Ashtanga Yoga New York.
Thanks to Grimmly for the transcript of highlights of Freeman’s Workshop during the Confluence called: Back-Bending on the Current of the Breath. It works! Grimmly says!
It all comes in four videos, all from Studioactive8 (thank you!). Here is the second, third and fourth. A delight to listen to and watch (sort of as the camera moves quite a bit, but who can blame the person recording the video? it is a class after all! What a blessing to have this resource)
Richard Freeman is in my opinion one of the best yoga teachers the world has to offer these days, he has put out some incredible materials like: Mirror of Yoga, or its sister CD “Yoga Matrix” which has the same contents except you listen to him and to the chants (priceless!) He also offers studio talks which you can download from his page, like this one on the practice of Ashtanga Yoga.
The more I practice the more I realize the simplicity of it, this is about the breath, says Nancy Gilgoff in this post by Rose (she links to many more she wrote on the Confluence)
Would you let your airline pull your info from Facebook/Linked in so they can sit you next to someone suited for conversation? KLM is trying it. What do you think?