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Being true to who you in the world on and off the mat is yoga. Even though we all wear many masks in one day there is always a part of ourself that is constant. See if you can honor yourself connect to this authentic part of you and if you are not being true to your heart forgive yourself and then take action to nurture yourself.

In the third chapter of the Bhagavad Gita there is a conversation about this and its presented as it as its better to fail at your dharma then do someone else’s – trying to become someone else takes more work and is not authentic to your heart. If you are not sure if you are being true to you then allow yourself to become quiet and see in any situation if you are being true to you, just ask and there will be a response.

In this Yoga Podcast:

A Block will be used in this class.

Sequence: Level 1 (some theraputics for lower back pain)

All 4’s Hands and Knees
Downward Facing Dog
Balasana – Child’s Pose
All 4’s
Opposite Extension of Limbstable-top-variationthumbnail.jpg
Down Dog
Plank to Belly then Salambasana – Locust
Down Dog to Uttanasana – Standing Fwd Bend
Urdvah Hastasana- Hands Over Head in Tadasana
Uttanasana
Straight Leg Lunge to Down Dog to Plank Pose
Cobra without Hands, Cobra – Full Pose
Balasana – Child’s Pose
All 4’s to Down Dog
Uttanasana then Come Up 1/2 Way to Urdvah Hastasana
Uttanasana
Parsvakonasana – Extended Side Angle
Plank Pose to Belly to Cobra to Down Dog
Trikonasana – Triangle Pose
Down Dog
Plank Pose to Cobra on Fingertips
Child’s Pose
2X L-Pose at the Wall with A Block Between Thighs img_2297_lposewithblock.jpg
L-Pose to Warrior III – img_2298.jpg
Vinyasa – Down Dog to Plank Pose to Cobra Pose to Down Dog
Pigeon Prep with Hands on Hips
Lie on Belly for Prone Pose- img_2299.jpg(great for lower back pain)
All 4’s to Down Dog to Uttanasana
2X Parvatasana – Table Top Pose img_2295_tabletop.jpgimg_2296.jpg
Supported Bridge Pose with A Block – supported-setu-bandhathumbnail.jpg
Supine Twist – jatha.JPG
Childs Pose
Baddha Konasana – Bound Angle
Supta Padangustasana
Knees to Chest
Savasana!
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