What’s the difference between Sun Salutation A & B?

What’s the difference between Sun Salutation A & B?

Articles, Video, Yoga How To
One of the reason why we (even the experienced yogis) come to a yoga class is that we don't want to think about what asana we should be practicing next. We want someone to guide us so that we can go deeper in our practice. To know how to give yourself practice for 60 or 90 minutes takes an effort and time to learn and you need guidance from experienced teachers. There's one thing you can learn by yourself is Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation. There are 3 kinds that I teach but today we'll learn the most common ones - Sun Salutations A & B You maybe practicing this so many times but have never noticing the sequence and know what's the difference between the A & B. I'll…
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How to practice and teaching crow pose for all levels

How to practice and teaching crow pose for all levels

Video, Yoga How To
This video I give the techniques how to practice Bakasana or Kakasana for all levels (3 different versions of crow pose) and some tips how to teaching this asana in mixed level class. First version - knees against the back of upper arms close to armpits (challenging version). Required a lot of core strength. Second version - elbows against the the inside of knees. This version required hip flexibility and less usage of core strength Third version - for those that have weak wrist. Don't forget to follow me on omsunnyyoga YouTube Channel. Namaste!
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How to home practice without watching video

How to home practice without watching video

Articles, Yoga How To
  It’s not always easy to do home practice with no one whipping your ass and telling you to “Believe in yourself. You can do this!”. It takes tremendous discipline and the will power to stay on the mat with focused mind. Here’s my suggestion how to make your home practice easier without looking at the video. 1. Find a space where you can be alone. Avoiding public places like the beaches or parks as you don’t need others to looking at you while practicing. When there’s people around you can’t focus easily. Surface where you practice must be firm. 2. Clean your hands and feet before stepping on the mat. Why? When they are cleaned, grounding them on the mat feel better. 3. Studying for the Asanas you want…
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Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

Video, Yoga How To
Eka Pada Rajakapotasa - One Legged King Pigeon pose How to: start from downward facing dog. 1. Bring right knee to right wrist and try to bring right ankle close to left wrist as much as you can. 2. Bring left leg down and walk left leg back. Keep it straight behind you. 3. Pay attention to your hips. Keep them on the same level. 4. On inhale: Get on your fingertips, pressing them down firmly to lengthening the spine. Chest lift up draw shoulders down. You should feel as if chest is curling up towards the sky. Stay here for 5 deep belly breath. 5. On exhale: Fold forward on your forearm or can totally reaching arms forward if you can. Relax, surrender your body to the gravity. Stay…
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