Anatomy and biomechancis for yoga, based on the methodology of Franklin Method. For longevity, health and pleasure in the practice of yoga.
Sometimes I am amazed by what yoga teachers learn in terms of “anatomy”. Like so many of us know something about the psoas muscle, or we [...]
There are many different “types” of yoga, and many types of teachers. There is a trend in the yoga world for teachers to describe [...]
Hamstring Injuries in Yoga Hamstring injuries are incredibly common to yoga students and especially yoga teachers. Often the problems is the [...]
For many years, I was taught “Suck your belly in. Squeeze your bum. Shoulders down. Chin up. Get your leg higher. Pointe your toes.” To [...]
The movement of breath and energy in the body There are three primary bandha in the body that are used in hatha yoga practice. They are Mula Bandha, [...]
Energetic locks The other day I was walking past Camden Lock while a boat was being uplifted to the next part of the canal, through blocking and [...]