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Developing Your Derriere

It seems to me a divine ploy that some are obsessed with developing their derriere to its fullest potential. Our buttocks, which are predominantly composed of our gluteus maximus muscle, are one of the most important players in the human body. For this reason it is the strongest muscle in our body and has the potential to be great in size. Our modern life-style has us sitting on it, squashing it and thereby switching it off for most of the day. When glute max is continuously inhibited it may not engage automatically or its activation may become delayed, altering important muscle recruitment patterns in the body. ‘Glute amnesia’ has become a chronic modern musculoskeletal disorder often causing pain and injury. […]

How to keep hold of your feet in Supta Vajrasana.

This seems to be a perennial problem for many students practising Intermediate Series. Often students here simply emulate the actions that they perform in Matsyasana, that is comfortably leaning back and placing the head on the floor.

Supta Vajrasana however couldn’t be more different.

Back in Bali

It again feels great to be in Immersion. It seems to be the best use of both teachers’ and students’ time to confer knowledge at the rate of nine hours per day. As it is getting more difficult to get students away from their responsibilities for any length of time, it makes sense to subject them not just to two or four hours of yoga per day but to a full nine-hour day.

Finding Your Life’s Purpose

I received a question in regards to how we can bring our material and professional life into greater alignment with our spiritual goals and lifetime purpose. Before I talk about techniques and methods to bring this about let me firstly point out that in the very question there is already an implied separation between material […]