Lion Pose, Simhasana, is said to cure bad breath, clean the tongue and improve speech and enunciation. It is such fun and a fantastic release of tension and energy. The ‘Roaring’ part of it comes
To begin our practice we must carve out time for ourselves in our schedule
When we anchor ourselves firmly into ground, we can allow our heart a feeling of buoyancy. This warm up begins with releasing the inner legs downward, all the way. If you could get your inner legs to touch the ground,
Many yoga poses require us to keep our hips squarely facing front. This direction is something that we have all heard so many times and have done so many times
This warm up begins lying prone, on my belly. I lay down and relax in a prone Savasana.
In this warm up, the wall is your partner. The idea is to prevent energy from leaking through our own physical patterns and misalignments. We use Jalandhara Bandha (Chin Lock) to ‘lock’