This is a one-hour intermediate asana sequence that incorporates just about every kind of pose - there are standing poses, handstands, hip and leg openers, forward bends, backbends and even an arm balance. I used this sequence to teach a week-long intensive focused on "showing up" for your practice. There was no heart quality, no deep cosmological theme, just repetitive practice of this sequence. While I don't teach or advocate doing the same sequence all the time, I think it's important to do it periodically to measure your progress. I also think it's important to have a "go to" sequence for you aren't feeling inspired but need to move and breath and connect. Because sometimes, as one of my students put it, you "just don't want any surprises."
If you are a beginner yogi or are not familiar with the poses in this sequence, I recommend trying out one of my more basic and instructional sequences first.
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