Easeful flow

Explore how to tap into peace in this practice to express poses with your power of intention. Practice in the garden with Jaye and listen to detailed asana alignment and physical actions along with the garden songbirds! Included in the beginning of the practice are vajrasana, wild dog, forearm plank and setubandha sarvangasana. This asana sequence was developed by Jaye after he recovered from a fracture of his kneecap and learned a lesson that yoga practice — as other actions in life — must be done in an easeful flow, rather than being forceful. You will tap into your breath to go deeper in supine poses such as supta padangustasana, sucirandhrasana, and a psoas release pose.

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