Posts Tagged "restorative yoga"

Pranayama, Breath, and Sound Event

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Pranayama, Breath, and Sound Event

August 12th Sound and Breath Event While Asheville is still in the heat of summer, autumn is just around the corner. Attend the Friday evening 5:30-7 pm event at One Center Yoga to set your autumnal intentions. Lillah and Sally Hayes will help lead you, through sound and breathing, and meditation to setting your autumnal intentions. Having studied healing arts for the last two decades, Sally Hayes brings a multi-dimensional approach to sound and healing. She is the creator of Women in Self Healing and brings multi-cultural experiences to her Tibetan sound bowls healing and to her yoga...

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Supported Sarvangasana: Shoulder Stand

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in Teaching Tips | 1 comment

Supported Sarvangasana: Shoulder Stand

One of my most influential teachers, Aadil Palkhivala, once said, “Practicing yoga without including an inversion, is like trying to make lemonade without lemons.”  For those students who have mastered some version of shoulder stand and or headstand as a part of their home practice, his statement makes perfect sense. If you are a student who is still hoping to make friends with shoulder stand, the approach I offer here may help. Throughout my years of teaching I have successfully introduced students with a wide variety of physical conditions to the following version of shoulder...

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