To see more moving yoga posters, visit Phillip Askew’s website or Youtube channel.
Happy to share the latest version of this yoga lineage flowchart from Alison Hinks. Have fun comparing with the previous version of the chart.
Came across this great shoulderstand video on Rand(Om) Bites. Do it right and it feels great; do it wrong and…just don’t do it wrong, okay. Better yet, this is one of those poses best learned at the hands of a skilled teacher before you get too wild and crazy on your own. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.3824810&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Also, […]
Click here if you’re looking for the Primary Series poster…
After Tuesday’s beginner Ashtanga yoga class at Practice Yoga, I got brave today and wandered into the Primary Series class. Now, I’ve read David Swenson’s Ashtanga Yoga book and screwed around with some of the short series stuff, but let me tell you, there’s a big difference between following in a book and having someone […]
This beautiful, comprehensive yoga chart has been a staple in Ashrams, Yoga Studios and Homes since it was introduced to the world by Sri Yogi Dharma Mittra nearly 30 years ago.
While books on yoga asanas are a great resource to consult when learning the fundamentals of a new asana, the continuity and visual effect of a poster can be a great aid in maintaining the harmony of one’s practice. Most would agree, it can be a bit disruptive to one’s flow to have to turn […]