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    Published: 21/05/2017
    So many yogis are dealing with knee issues. I’ve heard these maladies described as: clunky, dodgy, sore, noisy, tight, overstretched, tender, and painful. One of the common sources of these sensations ... Read more
  • Yoga’s Not Property

    Published: 13/05/2017
    I’m on the Indiana dune shores of Lake Michigan, east of Chicago and south of the especially-white-supremacist zone of Michigan state. Three days alone to read and write and vision, between walks in t ... Read more
  • Maha Lakshmi, Patanjali and Helsinki

    Published: 12/05/2017
    Chanting This year (I think it’s my fifth time in Helsinki), we have decided to add a dedicated chanting class to our program. Chanting is one of my favorite practices. Within Ashtanga Yoga, it falls ... Read more
    Source: ayny.org
  • @GOOP & The Vagus Nerve

    Published: 12/05/2017
    It is always great fun (and great honor!) to work with GOOP and try to answer the yoga and science questions they throw at me. This installation: the multifaceted vagus nerve. I hope it’s basically co ... Read more
    Source: ayny.org
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    Published: 26/04/2017
    Bandha naturally emerges within a person when the two polarities of the spectrum of any given aspect of our existence are in relative balance and communication with one another. If we stand in the mid ... Read more
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    Published: 26/04/2017
    As most of us working in the field of yoga anatomy are aware, memorising muscle attachments is not a particularly useful exercise in and of itself. For one thing, muscles as single entities kind of do ... Read more