Ashtanga yoga

Ashtanga Beginners Course with Jelena Vesic

In this video course Jelena leads you through all the postures in an Ashatnaga a half primary, that is up to Navasana (boat pose), and some of the finishing postures. The purpose of this course is to give you the understanding of the poses and sequencing to be able to practice on your own in in a mysore style setting. Take a look at the lessons and try the first lesson free by using the link below.

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Ashtanga Course with Dany and Sofia

Dany Sa and Sofia Xirotyri are both accomplished Ashtanga practitioners as well as good friends. They have come together in this course to share their knowledge with you. The course is intended for beginners and improvers. The idea of the course is that you can progress at your own speed if you are new to Ashtanga or dip in and out for clarification if you are lookng to tidy up an existing Ashtanga practice. If you would like to find…

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Courses with Joey Miles

Joey Miles

There are two courses on Ashtanga, one being the Primary Series and the other the Intermediate Series. Both courses actually come in two versions, one is called traditional and the other non-linear. The content is the same in both versions it is just how you access the material that is different. The traditional version only allows you to progress one lesson each week taking a linear route through the course one posture at a time. This is really the preferred…

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Bakasana Workshop

This is a short workshop with Savvas Giantsis focused on finding the right body position when doing bent or straight arm Baksana (crow/crane). Wow he makes it look easy but he also gives some great tips for finding that ease yourself.

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Interview with Savvas Giantsis

savvas giantsis interview

Savvas Giantsis is owner of House of Yoga in Athens Greece as well as a fourth series Ashtanga Practitioner. I was really nice to speak to such and advanced practitioner and find him to be so relaxed and straightforward about practising and perusing other interests. It great to see also you can healthy and muscular and still do advanced yoga postures.

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Meditations on Embodied Practice

Krishnamacharya vinyasa krama sequence

The last thing I expected was for one of my yoga teachers to sound a Socratic note. After a six hour session, he made a disconcerting remark: “I hope this workshop has raised more questions than provided answers. I hope it has made you realize how lost you really are.” This comment came after a grueling week-long workshop in the traditional practice of Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, which entails memorizing sequences of physical postures. In this practice of breath-synchronized movement, every…

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Pashasana workshop

Pasasana with Matthew Sweeney

Pashasana is the first posture of the Ashtanga Intermediate series and can be quite a challenge. What to focus on bind or heels down? Matthew Sweeney has some useful tips and even talks about the transition out of it.

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