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Afternoon Delight: Mid-Day Asana Might be for You

Imagine: your morning did not get off to the best start. You overslept and didn't have time for your usual yoga practice. Now, you are almost halfway through your day, and still craving your blissful, daily experience on the mat. Have you missed your opportunity for the day? Not necessarily. While the next, most frequently advised time to practice yoga would be early evening, there is nothing wrong with a mid-day practice! It is common to crave an afternoon snack or nap to keep energy flowing through the rest of the day. However, the right yoga practice could be more beneficial to calming the body and mind, regaining focus or creating a fresh surge of energy for delving into your...

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Kate Potter On Sun-Moon Sequence

In “Hatha”, “Ha” means “sun” and “tha” means “moon.” Hatha Yoga is one of the eight limbs of Patanjali’s Yoga. Its aim is to purify the body and discipline the mind, as well as unlock the practitioner’s latent energy for self-development. For Kate Potter, the Sun-Moon sequence embodies the very definition of Hatha Yoga. “This was one of the very first sequences I made for the show,” Kate says. “The sequence really brings understanding to the way deepening into a pose becomes a way to express light and dark, ying and yang, contract and release.” At this early point in her creative process, Kate had already realized that there would be a strong need for repetition in these sequences, as...

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