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The limitations of practising only postures

Another thing that I’ve been asked for a lot since the publication of my Intermediate Series book is to write one about the Advanced A series. I had started such a book in 2008 and got about half-way through before I put it to the side and left it there for now. Instead I renewed […]

Asana and loving the Divine

Postures are arranged on the string of the breath, like prayer beads are strung on a mala or rosary. By stringing postures in such a way asana practice becomes transformed into prayer in motion. On the deepest level asanas are a way of expressing our appreciation and love for the Divine in a form other […]

The corrugation road of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

  Recently I noticed a few long-term students who had a technically very refined practice but something was still missing. Reflecting on their practice a trip through remote Western Australia many years back came to mind. We drove to Broome in a Holden Kingswood that must have already prominently featured on Noah’s ark. On a […]