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Inspirational Quotes from Namaste: Head to Knee

  The consummate sequence for runners, Head to Knee is a restorative sequence that releases tension in tight calves and hamstrings. When practiced regularly, the sequence is excellent for instilling a memory of what proper alignment in the body feels like. With a similar feel to a Sun Salutation, Head to Knee will light the way to an easy, more comfortable stance. Are you ready to find the balance of your body? Use our Companion Guide to study the phrase of poses Explore our Journey into Revolved Triangle for an experiential account of the sequence. To experience this posture flow, download it from iTunes. Namaste   At Namaste TV, we know that it can be difficult to navigate the world...

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Inspirational Quotes from Namaste: Revolved Triangle

"Namaste ­— a greeting which reminds us that our highest potential lies in the realm of no ego. Let us meet in that place." ~ Kate Potter Revolved Triangle is a restorative sequence that challenges your balance while strengthening the legs, core and spine. The sequence begins in a wide stance, facing the long side of the mat and explores a broad range of motion. Find restoration and new perspective while experiencing the perspective gained from practicing standing spinal twists. Renewal is yours with this confident practice. Use our Companion Guide to study the phrase of poses. Explore our Journey into Revolved Triangle for an experiential account of the sequence. To experience this posture flow, download it from iTunes. Namaste...

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Revolving Winds Calm Body and Mind in Scattered Season

It's been said that fall is very much like spring. Both are seasons of change to be sure! There is a subtle difference though. Spring is about thawing out, getting moving again. "Spring fever" is an "illness" many are struck with in the kapha season. Fall is different though, we are bringing to a close a season of activity, while simultaneously moving into a very busy time of more focused work, school and, before you know it, preparing for holidays! In addition to moving from a "vacation" to "work" mode, for many there is now the labor of harvesting and preserving, battening down the hatches and preparing for the cold winter season ahead. When you have expended so much energy...

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Revolved Triangle Turns the Corner on the Namaste Yoga Perspective

This post is part of Sadhana, a 26-week exploration of each of the Namaste Yoga sequences. It’s never too late to join! All that is required is to try a new Namaste sequence each week – and don’t forget to post about your experiences to be entered in our monthly contests. Read all the Sadhana posts here or connect with others participating in Sadhana on our Facebook wall. The sequences of Namaste Yoga can be grouped into two categories: those that are written for use with the long side of the mat, and those that are written for use with the short side of the mat. "I call them Short Side Flows and Long Side Flows," says Kate Potter, who...

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The Balancing Act: Revolved Triangle

This post is part of Sadhana, a 26-week exploration of each of the Namaste Yoga sequences. It’s never too late to join! All that is required is to try a new Namaste sequence each week – and don’t forget to post about your experiences to be entered in our monthly contests. Read all the Sadhana posts here or connect with others participating in Sadhana on our Facebook wall. Often when one falls, it is an embarrassing moment. Caught off balance, you feel as though you are not being viewed from the best angle. The ego takes a hit, and it’s difficult to know the best way to rise from the situation and regain your composure. The Revolved Triangle sequence seeks...

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