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This is an advanced asana sequence for yogis who can comfortably do tripod headstand and flying crow separately. It requires upper body strength, flexibility in the hips, and a powerful core. Have fun and prepare to fly!

“What yoga philosophy and all the great Buddhist teachings tells us is that solidity is a creation of the ordinary mind and that there never was anything permanent to begin with that we could hold on to. Life would be much easier and substantially less painful if we lived with the knowledge of impermanence as the only constant. ” — Donna Farhi

4-17-13 (I didn't look like that but, I made it in this post today!) Tittibhasana (Firefly Pose)

Sirsa Padasana (Feet-to-Head Pose) From Yoga, A Yoga Journal Book. Photo credit: David Martinez

10 Yoga Poses to Help You Look Good Naked 1. Quarter Dog 2. Side Fierce 3. Crow 4. Extended Standing Straddle 5. Locust 6. Intense East 7. Knee Up Plank 8. Balancing Star 9. Wheel 10. Bound Headstand B

Titibasana. 2012 posture for me. Take a lot of core strength and hip flexor agility. #yoga

Sanskrit Name: Eka Pada Koundinyasana; English Translation: One-Legged Pose Dedicated to the Sage Koundinya; Also Called: One-Legged Arm Balance In my dreams I can do this. :)

Sometimes Child's Pose is the best pose, here you get traction in your neck with reverse prayer behind your head.

Yoga is not a command to perform. It is an invitation to explore.