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Shine & Refine Feb 27, 2012

Shine & Refine Feb 27, 2012

Do you listen to your inner voice? When?

We want our students to listen to their inner selves. The only way to do that is to connect with our inner teacher.

   One teacher finds her inner voice when she relaxes her abs.
   I hear my inner voice, get annoyed by it and shut it out for a few days. Once I cool down, I can register what that message might be.
   Other teachers finding synchronous events happening in their lives understand that they are on a path of wisdom.

And we all line up with our teachers, who have given us so much, to honor them.

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We identified pelvic landmarks again. Then worked on zipping the tail toward the pubis and then the navel for deep abdominal energy and support. The radical leg alignment incorporated balancing both bellies of the calf muscle.

Sukhasana Warm Up

All Fours
    Cat/Neutral
DD to Plank
    using strong cat action
Vashistasana Prep
    with Slalom Feet
DD
   knees almost to floor, then to plank
Lunge
   back knee bent for zipping up the pelvic floor

Surya Namaskar from Vrksasana

Vira 1 – Parsvottanasana rep 3x
Vira 2

Prasarita Padottanasana Prep
   with shoulder opening
Garudasana

Handstand
Upavista Konasana
Parivritta Janu Sirsasana Prep
Parighasana
Parivritta Janu Sirsasana
Siddhasana

Savasana

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