This is part of my husband’s morning yoga routine, the part I can’t do. I really shouldn’t use that word – can’t – bad word. I recently turned sixty-three. Learning to do this should be on my bucket list. Maybe next year I can put a video up of me doing it with When I’m Sixty-Four playing inContinue reading “Husband’s Morning Yoga”
Category Archives: Yoga
Yoga Wish List
This is today’s drawing. This pose is on my yoga wish list to learn. I might as well add sculpted arms and a skinny body to this wish list.
Yoga & Yogananda
“God Talks With Arjuna – The Bhagavad Gita” Paramahansa Yogananda Chapter IV The Supreme Science of Knowing God, The Historical Basis and Esoteric Essence of Yoga Verse 3 – I have this day informed thee about that same ancient yoga, for thou art My devotee and friend. This sacred mystery (of yoga) is, indeed, theContinue reading “Yoga & Yogananda”
This Old Body – Ploughing Along
Today, I’m thrilled and thankful that I did my first plough pose. I’ve been working on uninterrupted days of yoga since August, and am now up to day 177. Still, I have a long way to go before becoming really flexible. Each day is a new stretch into and out of pain. I’ve been incorporatingContinue reading “This Old Body – Ploughing Along”
What Is Yoga
Several years ago I managed to do “yoga” for 120 days straight. Then I skipped a day. The number of skipped days eventually were higher in number than the actual practice days. I’m referring to Hatha yoga – A form of yogic exercise that emphasizes specific postures in combination with controlled breathing. This is the mostContinue reading “What Is Yoga”
Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)
I’m a collector of yoga DVD’s and mats. As far as mats go, I love the colors. Thanks to the ever-increasing popularity of yoga now days it’s like sorting out a crayon box. Maybe it’s just my particular collection of DVD’s, but downward facing dog, aptly named, as I see my own dog doing thisContinue reading “Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)”
Fibromyalgia and Yoga
Approximately eleven years ago my body seemed to seize up. I was still mobile but one day just doing the simplest of tasks was painful. Every muscle hurt, and I hadn’t been to the gym. It was a little scary. After just a little thought I remembered that my doctor from years back predicted thatContinue reading “Fibromyalgia and Yoga”
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