Join Narayani for a few thoughts on the cobra, bhujangasana, plus a demonstration. The video includes cobra to inverted-v (downward dog), several repetitions of coming into the cobra, a counter-stretch, and cobra with simhasana and sitali. A very informative and inspirational routine that can be done on its own, or as part of a yoga class. For all levels.
For more english yoga videos, music, blog posts, etc., please visit our english pages at http://my.yoga-vidya.org. Narayani is one of our regular teachers at Yoga Vidya - for more information on english classes, courses and seminars, please see yoga-vidya.org/seminars.
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Anyone who has stood on the Moors as I have hears her song sawing away at his sanity. She is a sad and lonely creature, cutting through body and soul to the fears and temptations that…Continue
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