Mid-tour for her second book, Aim True, Kathryn Budig offers YJ readers a sample of her signature Artemis-inspired yoga sequence. Grab your imaginary bow and take aim at your deepest intentions. Plus, practice with Kathryn in person at YJ LIVE! in Estes Park, Sept. 22-25. You can join her half-day yoga and archery session or her full-day Aim True workshop. Spots are extremely limited, so sign up now!
I just completed the first chunk of my book tour celebrating my 2nd book, Aim True. It's a lifestyle book that fuses yoga, meditation, cooking, partnership and philosophy all under the umbrella of what it means to aim true.
My philosophy was inspired by the Greek goddess Artemis, the huntress and goddess of the moon. She is always depicted with her quiver of arrows and bow in hand, so I decided to take the traditional dancing warrior yoga sequence and give it an aim-true spin: adding archery in the upper body.
This sequence prevents us from relying on resting our hands and arms on our body or the ground, so expect a bit more heat and challenge. I recommend setting an intention of what it means for you to aim true, and then put that intention behind every draw of your arrow.