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Anantasana with vrksasana & final pose with Carrie Owerko , Senior Intermediate Iyengar Yoga Teacher - YouTube

Anantasana with vrksasana & final pose with Carrie Owerko , Senior Intermediate Iyengar Yoga Teacher

This is an invigorating asana taken from BKS Iyengar's Sequence for Deep Depression. This was learned in a workshop taught by Iyengar Yoga Teacher Zoe Stewart.

This is an invigorating asana taken from BKS Iyengar's Sequence for Deep Depression. This was learned in a workshop taught by Iyengar Yoga Teacher Zoe Stewart.

Version of Trikonasana

This version of Trikonasana begins to take the shape of our peak pose, Ardha Chandrasana. It prepares the hamstrings of the lower leg, just as our previous pose, Supta Padangusthasana does through.

DAY 17, PART 2. (See previous post for an easier version of parsvakonasana) Typically the only students who show up to yoga classes wearing socks are brand new beginners. However I recommend this variation of parsvakonasna with socks instead of on a...

DAY PART (See previous post for an easier version of parsvakonasana) Typically the only students who show up to yoga classes wearing socks are brand new beginners. However I recommend this variation of parsvakonasna with socks instead of on a.

Part of the DETAIL + DEPTH series. Next in the sequence toward Revolved Bird of Paradise pose is a variation of Uttitha Padangusthasana at the wall. This pose is more difficult than it appears, and prepares the body for the balancing and hamstring...

Part of the DETAIL + DEPTH series. Next in the sequence toward Revolved Bird of Paradise pose is a variation of Uttitha Padangusthasana at the wall. This pose is more difficult than it appears, and prepares the body for the balancing and hamstring.

Trikonasana - modified version

Each day I offer a modified version of the pose of the day, hosted by and Learn to use props throughout the month of October to make the practice more.

Day 21, Part 2 (See previous post for an easier version of side plank) Try this challenging version of side plank once you can feel a sense of ease in regular side plank. Elevate the legs to transfer the work of the pose into the upper body. Be sure to protect the lower wrists by spreading the fingers, engaging the inner and outer hand equally, and imagine lifting the underside of the forearms. Stay light in the center of the wrist. Sometimes if a pose is challenging for us, the body will…

Day Part 2 (See previous post for an easier version of side plank) Try…

Parsvottanasana is a difficult pose in its own right, and can become a serious balancing pose when the hands are off the floor and behind the back in paschima namaskarasana (reverse prayer). For this variation, belt the front thigh against the back foot to press the femur bone back and lengthen the side waist. Step strongly on the belt with the back foot to feel the downward calf-heel connection to the forward chest and... http://instagram.com/p/3T7PWBAOPQ/

Parsvottanasana is a difficult pose in it's own right, and can become a serious balancing pose when the hands are off the floor and behind the back in paschima namaskarasana (reverse prayer). For this variation, belt the front thigh against the back foot