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Just Breathe… Simple huh? We do it unconsciously more than consciously and even if we forget to breathe it happens without thinking about it as long as we are alive. If you hold your breath you will pass out then She (the goddess) will breathe you. Once I understood how the rhythm of my breath moved within my body my practice deepened & expanded. I became more connected and in touch with how I felt, connected to others and most importantly my body finding ease. Breathing is simple yet complex at times but always there to guide us when we focus our awareness on its flow.

note: you may hear more of my breath with a new mic – thank you Gayle

In this episode I mention a Tantric way of looking at the breath in the form of the goddess/universe and you are co-participating with her as you inhale and exhale. WOW – is right that was my response until I went deeper and actually found comfort in the thought and reality of it.

  • I must thank my sweet teacher who poetically taught me this beautiful teaching of breath. (Douglas Brooks is my teacher of Rajanka Tantra) Soon he will have a book out titled Rajanaka Heart.

Sanskrit Vocabulary: Shakti – divine feminine /expression Prana – Life force

Muscle Energy described on Vira Yoga’s Site (nyc studio) Anusara Yoga in Wikipedia

COOL INFO: Did you know that dolphins choose to breathe and never sleep… they are always in the moment of the breath perhaps they are the goddess consciously breathing us?

Source – National Geographic Channel Dolphins have conscious breath… always breathing by choice.. always doing yoga…

Sequence: Level 1

Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward Facing Dog

Wide Legged Uttanasana – Standing Fwd Bend

Urdvah Hastasana in Tadasana – Arms Overhead

Plank Pose

Chatarunga Dandanasana

Down Dog 5 Breaths

Uttanasana – Samastithi – Urdvah Hastasana

Straight Leg Lunge

Down Dog – Uttanasana – Urdvah Hastasana

Crescent Pose then Twist to Variation of Parsvakonasana

Vinyasa (Plank Pose, Cobra, Downdog)

Utthita Parsvakonasana – Extended Side Angle Pose

Vinyasa – Down Dog

Balasana – Childs Pose Extended Arms

All Fours Hands and Knees

Down Dog

Virabhadrasana II – Warrior II

Utthita Trikonasana – Triangle Pose

Prasarita Paddotanasana with Hands Clasped Behind the Back


2 Adho Mukha Vrksasana – Handstand 2X

Balasana – Childs Pose

Vrksasana – Tree Pose arms float up and down then a twist (hug to midline)

Urdvah Hastasana in Tadasana


Kneeling Thigh Stretch

Down Dog

Eka Pada Rajakapotasana Prep – Pigeon Prep

Down Dog

Dhanurasana – Bow Pose 2X

Parsva Dhanurasana – Bow Pose on The Side

Down Dog



Janu Sirsasana