Finding Stability In All Poses

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Hatha Yoga
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Class Description: 

This is the 3rd of a 3-part video series on how to establish a feeling of lightness and stability in your yoga practice. In this video, David takes what you learned in video 2 - integrating your breath and core strength (bandhas) - and applies it to a sequence of poses within a hatha yoga class. To do this, he emphasizes body awareness, alignment and includes fundamental asanas such as downward facing dog pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana) and Staff Pose (Dandasana). The first class in the series is The 3-Part Breath and Ujjayi Breathing and the 2nd class is Integrating The Breath and The Bandhas.


appreciation and question
Deborah Lilly 1 week ago

Love this class, David, thank you. I've done this maybe half a dozen times and often remember the instructions when standing waiting for something, and its adding stability and strength to my whole being, including my confidence. I like to feel the curve in the lower back having for years tried to straighten that out! I wonder about overextending back of knees, and try to keep a slight bend there. I also wonder when you say "you can't do this too often" (staff pose) - do you mean a few times is enough during one session or do you mean you can do it a lot? Thanks again for marvellous teaching and I really like that you remind us about the moola bandha - so important for an ageing woman! cheers!

Essential set of classes
Rbreid73 3 weeks ago

David's guidance on integrating breathe and bandhas into practice over these three classes have proved enlightening. His final words on applying techniques to improve stability, move energy and provide a focal point will serve me well as my practice develops.

I loved this class. David
Lindywatson. 1 month ago

I loved this class. David goes at just the right pace for with. Thanks

An_76 1 month ago

Great tutorial practice, so transformative. Thank you David!