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Please enjoy this free online podcast you can enjoy at the end of the day, in the morning or anytime you want to de-stress and connect to the true essence of yourself.

Mentioned in this yoga podcast:

(Please forgive me for not posting yoga pictures for you to view hopefully this week I will get to it 😉

Podcast Yoga Sequence for All Levels: Yoga stretches and relaxation.. yummy and great to calm down

  • Sukhasana – Easy Posture
  • All 4’s – Hands & Knees
  • Down Dog
  • Uttanasana – Standing Forward Bend
  • Urdvah Hastasana – Hands Over Head
  • Standing Forward Bend
  • Lunge to a Deep Lunge
  • Down Dog
  • Plank Pose to Belly then Locust Variation (Salambasana)
  • Lunge to Twist
  • Sun Salute – Plank, Belly to Cobra to Down Dog
  • Standing Forward Bend with Shoulder Opener (Hands Clasped)
  • Urdvah Hastasana – Hands Over Head
  • Samasthiti or Tadasana with Hands in Anjali Mudra
  • Hands Over Head
  • Standing Forward Bend
  • Lunge to Anejaneasana – Lunge with Knee on Floor
  • Variation of Parvritta Parsvakonasana – Revolved Side Angle
  • Down Dog
  • Child’e Pose
  • Extended Savasana with Blankets



Mentioned in this Free Anusara Yoga Podcast (good for beginners or advanced yogi’s):

Call me to share what you are cultivating in your life or if there is a pose you want to work on that I can teach 206.984.0347 – and check out my main website.

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Listen to Elsie and me talk about yoga off the mat…


Anusara Yoga Class Sequence for All Levels of Yoga Students to Strengthen Upper Body and:

Sukasana – Easy Posture

Child’s Pose

All 4’s Hands and Knees

Down Dog to Down Dog Split aekapadadwndg.jpg

Child’s Pose to All 4’s

Lift Opposite Arm and Leg table-top-variationthumbnail.jpg

Down Dog

Plank to Belly

Salambasana Variations

On Back for Supine Chattarunga Dandasana

Down Dog

Plank to Chattarunga Push Ups

Belly to Cobra to Down Dog

Uttanasna the Clasp Hands Stretch Arms Over Head

Samasthiti – Form of Mountain Pose

Urdvah Hastasana – Arms Over Head uttanhandsclsp.jpg

Uttanasana – Standing Fwd Bend

Lunge then Twist lunge-twist-variation-side-2thumbnail.jpg

Down Dog to Plank to Chattarunga to Cobra

Back to Chattarunga then Child’s Pose

L-Pose at Wall img_2298.jpg to Warrior IIIimg_2297_lposewithblock.jpg

L-Pose with Twist – video of Elsie doing this pose…

On back Jathara Parvitasana


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Child’s Pose

Meditation or Savasana


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I have decided to have mini-interviews with students of yoga as a conversation about the practice of yoga in their life. We all participate in a conversation with the divine but are we listening & benefiting from its grace? I begin this with some simple questions but there is a moment that takes us deeper like any good conversation.

In this episode I interview my student Gio who I have been working with a little over a year before and after him being hit by 2 cars. He was a hit & run by two cars over a year ago and is walking and doing yoga – Amazing!!! He is even handstands & backbends.

We have been working together using Yoga Therapy as a way to heal his body which he talks about. The style of yoga I teach is Anusara Yoga which is a therapeutic yet energetic yoga that has a strong focus on the heart. Yoga therapy uses postures with alignment that allows the body to come back into its optimal blueprint which we all have.

If you are interested in being interviewed pls contact me and if there are any questions about yoga therapy or would like me to ask a question that you would find beneficial pls let me know.

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