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Breath Flow in Yoga Practice

Some of my students are surprised and confused when I teach them the “top to bottom” breath, which is how I learned from my teacher Hansa Knox and from Krishnamacharya’s lineage. Specifically, Viniyoga, the method taught by his son Desikachar, is the system in which this is found. Some Indian and contemporary yoga teachers teach […]


Let’s make it clear – Physically they are very different. How? Let’s explore these differences. YIN YOGA  In yin yoga, the practice targets the connective tissues, such as ligaments, bones and joints. Because of the stillness and time spent in the poses, the practice can be challenging and empowering on a physical, mental and emotional […]


I remember when I took my very first yoga class. I was practicing all sort of sports, and found the class pretty easy to follow. The only challenging pose to me was Tadasana, Mountain pose, standing still….to arrive at the top of my mat, feet apart, standing tall. 1- Deconstructing The Mountain Pose. Spending a […]

YOGA & Arthritis

I spoke to my junior high school forever friend over the week-end. I felt sad to hear she rushed back home before the end of her Austrian vacation in a middle of a RA -Rheumatoid Arthritis- crisis, not only in deep pain but also completely depleted of vital energy.  Since the diagnosis of her disease, […]

Yoga, Anxiety & Pain

* There are many ways anxiety disorder can impact your life. The symptoms of can affect your mind, body, and general wellbeing. Pain in the bod, is typically accompanied by many negative thoughts, panic, fear and other distressing physical symptoms. These anxious thoughts and feelings are often difficult to manage and can lower one’s quality of […]

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