Being empathic requires inner strength. To develop yours, try these techniques recommended by Nischala Joy Devi, a yoga teacher and author ... (continued)
It's wonderful to go step by step. Train different Part of the Body and make a strong foudation. This is what I Need to go to my Round back. Thanks!
I love this position! its great
This is great ! Illustration with pictures made it so much easy to follow. Thank you very much. Grateful !
I love Maty. I did a 4 day tt intensive with her last May in Columbus, and she is coming back in July this year. I am gonna be there. She is a wonderful teacher, and we did all of these techniques in the workshop, and I just taught this the last two weeks to my students. Can't wait until July!
All articles by Maty Ezraty are just wonderful!:)
this is wonderfully useful! I especially liked the links to each pose and the list underneath of benefits, preparatory poses, contraindications, etc.
Thanks. Now, I have more on my yoga list to do. I really appreciate your wonderful articles.
Sometimes our competitive natures drive us where we're not ready to go, and backbends are a good exercise in really tuning in and working WITH the body instead of simply acting as its detached driving force. It's all about assuming the shape of any given pose and letting our body open us up from there; seeking and achieving that "even and balanced" feeling, no matter how deeply or lightly the spine opens, is one of the key aspects of the backbending experience. :-D