Monthly Archives: January 2016

4 Weeks in Mysore

One month. I’ve been here for a month. Its been a good month. And I’ve got two more! Not everyone does. At the end of a month and the beginning of the next month there is big turn over in … Continue reading

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Three Weeks in Mysore

I did get to add Garbha Pindasana and Kukkutasana this week to my practice, so I’m hoping for the Konasanas this week (fingers crossed). Baddha konasana (bound angle pose – you would probably recognize it as the butterfly stretch), Upvistha … Continue reading

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Two weeks in Mysore

Interesting things that happened this week in particular: I started binding Marichyasana D by myself on… Wednesday! Hooray! Which means I have gotten to progress on to Navasana, Bhujapidasana (shoulder pressure pose), Kurmasana (tortoise pose), and Supta Kurmasana (reclining tortoise … Continue reading

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One Week in Mysore

Where to begin is the hard part, right? I mean, its about as hard as figuring the middle and the end. The practice, the food, the people, the sights, sounds, smells… all if it deserves time. Let’s start with the … Continue reading

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The Blog Awakens or My First Day in India

Hey All! Sorry (not sorry) for the sabbatical. I just felt like I didn’t have enough┬ánew and┬áinteresting things to say, so I didn’t want to write. BUT, I am spending the next three months studying at the K. Pattabhi Jois … Continue reading

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