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Recorded Live at Satchidananda Ashram - Yogaville in Buckingham, Virginia, these are teaching clips from the daily morning yoga classes of an intensive weeklong study of Yoga for Arthritis. Each of these classes include a wide variety of modifications for students with arthritis. Along with the full length morning classes, you can find powerpoints and videos from the daily lectures and more on Dr. Steffany Moonaz's website Yoga for Arthritis.
Recorded Live at Common Ground Healing Arts in Charlottesville, Virginia. These demonstrations supplement the Audio Recordings of the entire workshop found in the iHanuman Download Store. Over 50% of the net proceeds from the sales of Kofi's classes on iHanuman will benefit Common Ground Healing Arts, a non-profit working towards affordable healthcare for all.
Recorded by Saraswati at Studio 206 in Charlottesville, VA. We release this video in honor of mother's day and women in general. Practice Moon Salutations as you would Sun Salutations, but use moon salutations to evoke your feminine side.
Filmed by Saraswati at Studio 206 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Hatha Yoga Teacher Cynthia Woodring breaks down the strength and poise required for Garudasana, Eagle Pose.
Recorded by Saraswati at the Polarity Barn in Batesville, Virginia 2011. Carrie is a graduate of Asheville Yoga Center's teacher training program. She believes that yoga is a beautiful metaphor for life, and that the infinite teachings on the mat are food for personal transformation. In this Yin Yoga sequence, Carrie teaches the deep backbending pose, Saddle. Enjoy!
Recorded March 2012 during Elise Miller's Yoga for Scoliosis Teacher Training at the Sri Swami Satchidananda Yoga Ashram in Buckingham, Virginia. This is a silent film, but we could not resist the beautiful spring light pouring in from the windows at the close of this beautiful workshop. Downloads of the full training coming soon.
Filmed by Saraswati as part of the Summer In the Studio Series. This video was filmed at Studio 206 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Frances was trained by Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa at the Kundalini Research Institute at Golden Bridge in Los Angeles, California. In this sequence, Frances opens with the mantra, Om Namoh Guru Dev Namoh and introduces the Breath of Fire and Ego Eradicator and Stretch Pose.
Recorded by Saraswati at Studio 206 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Hillary challenges us with a 20 minute standing hip opening sequence. Download the full length class with Hillary on iHanuman.com in 2012.
Filmed as Part of Our Local Teachers Series by Yogini Saraswati, Michelle Dorer teaches us how to practice Ujjayi Breathing, the breath used during Ashtanga Yoga Practice. Michelle is the Director of Ashtanga Yoga in the Outer Banks. The Ashtanga Yoga Center in Nags Head opened September 1, 2005. It was founded by Michelle Dorer and was inspired by her teacher Tim Miller and her yoga family in Encinitas, CA.
Kino MacGregor visited Ashtanga Yoga Richmond for the fourth time in early April 2011 and brought a wealth of knowledge to the growing Ashtanga Kula in Central Virginia. Friday night, Kino led the class through the Ashtanga Primary Series and claimed that "For those of you who know me, I talk a great deal, so tonight we will practice."
This past September 2010, Erich Schiffmann recorded his annual workshop in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Actually, Matt Cline, was responsible for the camera work and editing. The much-anticipated video is now available and is only available for download through iHanuman.com. As one of our founder's teachers, Erich contributed one of the first videos to our store back in 2007. Since then, he continues to record his inspiring classes and he offers many of them for free through his website movingintostillness.com.
September is National Yoga Month which "invites all styles of yoga to participate in an awareness campaign designed to educate about the many benefits of yoga and inspire our fellow citizens to live healthier, happier lives." One of the original Yoga texts states that Spring and Fall are auspicious times of year to begin or continue your practice of yoga. The Yogi should begin practice (samachara) in spring or autumn, instructs the late seventeenth century Gheranda Compendium (5.15), if he wants to easily gain success. We hope you will feel inspired this September to engage more fully in yo
Around Mother's Day iHanuman spent the weekend at a yoga workshop with Bobby Clennell. The first afternoon was dedicated to Breast Health, Restorative Yoga and Pranayama. The Second Day was a rare class on Yoga for Menopause and a complementary class on Inversions. The Final Day of the workshop Bobby taught a session on Backbends.
Darlene Bink is a yoga teacher based out of Columbus, GA whose approach to asana is creative, fluid, and intuitive. In this video feature, Darlene shares who her influences and mentors have been on her yoga journey, and gives us a personal look into her yoga practice by demonstrating several common asanas in very unique ways. Enjoy! Om Shanti.The Four Videos Included in this Feature are:Centering From the Ground UpFigure 8 and Adho Mukha SvanasanaTrikonasana & Ardha ChandrasanaPascimottanasana and Reclining Twist
Tim Miller was the first American certified to teach Ashtanga Yoga by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois at the Ashtanga Yoga Research Center in Mysore, India. That was over 25 years ago. He claims he was “hooked” ever since. After several trips to India and many years of personal practice, Tim opened the Ashtanga Yoga Center in Encinitas, California. Encinitas holds the distinction of being the birthplace of Ashtanga Yoga thanks to the work of David Williams who sponsored Pattabhi Jois on his first trip to the US in 1975. Tim Miller met Pattabhi Jois when he returned to Encinitas in 1978. Tim took over the Ashtanga Yoga Nilayam in 1981 and has inspired countless students on their path.
Christy Brock began her studies of yoga while an investment banker in New York City. Her life quickly changed from there into that of a full time yoga teacher. Now she is changing the lives of teens through forging the path of teaching teen yoga. iHanuman caught up with her during a Teen Yoga Teacher Training at Spiral Flight Yoga in Washington, DC.Christy sat down with us to offer her insight into the challenges and delights of teaching teen yoga and training others to do the same. She also shared a short asana sequence specifically for teens.
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