In defense of wearing glasses (while practicing yoga). Great comments too.
What if you never improve?
Concerning Authorization (to teach Ashtanga that is)
You hold the flower by the stem, never the flower. Richard Freeman, king of metaphor, teaching in London, talking about “holding the pose”.
Have you read this book? She got one nice realization out of it in the last paragraph.
A good argument for practicing alone, at home.
And now the yoga puzzle!
|3||English name for chaturanga dandasana|
|7||Gathering for a few days with a teacher|
|8||Birth place of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga|
|10||Most common looking point while doing asana|
|11||Yoga is a ___ practice|
|13||English name for one of the drishtis, or focus points|
|14||Sanskrit name for standing or equal balance|
|15||Wheels of energy within the body|
|16||Internal neuro-physical locks|
|18||Sanskrit word for winds, or internal flow of subtle currents of the body|
|19||One of the five most famous direct and long-term students of Krishnamahcarya|
|21||English name for the first word of the name of the Third Series of Ashtanga|
|22||The yoga of paying attention to which nostril is more active at all times|
|1||Common modern term for linking poses together|
|2||First limb of yoga|
|4||Fourth limb of yoga|
|5||Sanskrit name of First Series of Ashtanga Yoga|
|6||Famous yoga teacher with big eye-brows|
|9||When single-minded concentration is steady and long we may be lucky and fall into|
|12||Patanjali said that asana should be… First word in English|
|15||one of the types of oils recommended for Ashtanga Yoga Saturday practice|
|17||basic tool for practicing asana|
|20||Indian spicy tea|
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