Five Element Yoga Practice
A Fresh Flow to open your heart to radiate expansion in breath and warm your body to circulate energy. This sequence will help you to be present and in fully in your body and breath! State phrases aloud or silently while you move to the rhythm of your breath in these dynamic posture repetitions: 1. EXHALE “Like a bud in springtime…” Kneel (or stand) with elbows bent at your sides,...
January 29, 2017
It could be that water element is my favorite of the five elements. Water represents the feminine flow of the breath, of the emotions, and of the rhythms of nature, which is often the very thing I'm lacking when I'm living out my daily schedule of 'doing' and getting things done. It's so easy to forget about and neglect the body and its needs and messages; the breath; and the...
January 29, 2017
With this mudra flow you will be able to sense the flow of life and energy within and all around you as you tune into your inner healing waters. Jala Mudra "My inner rivers flow with the rhythms of nature." Jala means water, liquid and flowing, representing the vital aliveness within you! This mudra is both grounding and energizing, and helps you to see the flow beyond riverbank limitations. It...
January 1, 2017
"My Inner Light shines forth, guiding and lighting my way." Tejas Mudra awakens the inner light of one's true Self to reveal compassion, peace, and deep reverence for life and the world. Begin with hands in Prayer Pose. The thumbs are like the wick of a candle. Then touch index fingers together to make an arch like the flame of the candle overtop the thumbs. Expand your other fingers outward...
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