Allow уουr worries tο dissolve аחԁ stress tο dissipate through moving meditation. Tһіѕ іѕ tһе first οf two classes Adi wіƖƖ teach іח sequence tο cover tһе Primary Series οf Ashtanga yoga.
Do it every day ….. makes me feel great !
By far the best ashtanga practice on youtube. Really like the teacher! and that there are other students, also beautiful setting!
Thank you for the lesson
I’ve started to notice this more and more as I practice, and I’ve been practicing daily for 3 years now. But the instructor is very tense in her shoulders, the other two girls seem much more relaxed and their shoulders are not as tense.
Where was the video shot?
Very nice but the breath count is rather uneven. Anything from 3 to 15 seconds for and in or ex-hale.WhenI teach, I reckon 4 seconds is about right, and the instructions fit to this rhythm of the breath. If I don’t lead with an even breath count, then I can hardly sound credible when I tell my students that smooth, deep, EVEN breath is fundamental to the ashtanga vinyasa yoga system.
what do you mean gaze down at the tip of the nose?? I get criss eyed?! Is that correct?
I’d do any of em.
This was a wonderful class and she is a wonderful instructor. I would love another with the full series of Ashtanga, if possible, but this is awesome in every way.
Really love these videos, what beautiful surroundings! Is there any way to buy a copy on dvd?
Thanks a lot Yoga Today and Adi, I really love this video and find it very well done. I appreciate the excellent detail in describing the subtleties of some of the positions, and mentioning modifications for beginners who are still building up to holding the final pose. Excellent job.
Hahahha “maybe even smile… thats more advanced” great video though
good dvd. “innhill, axehill”
Thanks for the great video, it is very good to hear the breathing counts and other instructions during the moves.
Great video of the primary series
This video is remarkable; listening to Adi call the name of the pose and then as the class moves through the poses she describes the movements needed to accomplish the pose, it becomes at times like a melodious chant.
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