This is a simple and effective use of a bandage to wrap our head and quiet the mind and senses. It is ideal for a broad range of issues including headaches, insomnia, pranayama or restorative yoga practice, and other similar conditions.
This video is part of http://www.darshanproject.org, a community course based website that offers donation based introductory on-line learning programs in Ayurveda, Yoga, and the Vedic Sciences.
this is a great class for all climbers and mountain enthusiasts. Because of the similar muscle groups used in climbing and surfing I find it is great preparation for surfing too. Kelly Aikins began practicing yoga as a teenager, exploring a number of different styles in an attempt to heal a knee injury. Whilst earning a degree in Psychology and Human Kinetics, Kelly began assisting and teaching Power Yoga and Pilates classes at various studios in Vancouver and Whistler before earning a Yoga Alliance certification as an Ashtanga teacher. Firmly established in Chamonix, Kelly focuses particularly on athletes to improve their performance and stamina. Alongside her daily yoga teaching Kelly has committed to several projects in Africa including manifesting a real yoga school for the amazing and worthy yogis of Kenya. To find out more about kelly visit http://www.chocloproject.com/areas/choclo_ambassadors/40-kelly-aikins-skier-climber/en
What happens when one of the world's greatest climbers dives head first into yoga, music and nature at Wanderlust...
Chris Sharma is widely considered the best climber in the world and has been part of the prAna family for the vast majority of his career. Chris’s meteoric climbing career started when he won the Bouldering Nationals at age 14 and opened the hardest climb in America (at the time, 5.14c) a year later. In the decade that followed, he has continued to take climbing to a new level. Not only has he consistently shattered previous conceptions of difficulty, he was recently voted 8a Climber of the Decade. He has sent multiple 5.15 routes, bouldered V15, onsighted 5.14b, and established deep water solo routes at the highest grades. Chris holds claim to the current hardest route in America, and perhaps the world, with his ascent of Jumbo Love at Clark Mountain in California. For the latest on Chris, visit him at prAna.com.