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See How Yoga Feels

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44 pagine
23 minuti
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Feb 7, 2012
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9781466040809
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The experience of practicing hatha yoga is an internal one. It’s about improving your relationship with your own body, developing an awareness that goes way beyond the practice itself.

Inspired by the ideas of Scaravelli, this is a gentle yet highly effective form of hatha yoga. We try to develop our attention while working closely with the breath and utilising gravity. It's practice leaves you more focused, stronger and more relaxed.

Su Sareen, the author and illustrator, has been practicing yoga for over 30 years and teaching for 20 years. She owes a huge debt of gratitude to her long-term yoga teachers John Stirk and Sandra Sabatini.

She is the author of "See How Yoga Feels" (the book) and writes a regular column for Yoga & Health magazine in the UK.

This eBook contains 20 visualisations, each with a description about how and when the visualisation can be used and instructions on how to use it. Any watch-outs are looked at as well as the benefits of each one. It assumes a basic knowledge of the postures and is best used alongside other books and classes.

Yoga should be an enjoyable experience. We hope using this book is enjoyable too.

Editore:
Pubblicato:
Feb 7, 2012
ISBN:
9781466040809
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

I started yoga 30 years ago and have been teaching for over 20 years. My first teachers were Iyengar trained, then I was introduced to the beautiful, simple and powerful discoveries of Vanda Scaravelli (through John Stirk, with whom I am still studying). I’m a member of the Association of Independent Yoga Practitioners (AIYP). Whilst my own style of yoga keeps developing, some themes remain constant, like listening to and working with the body and paying total attention to what is actually happening while using the breath and gravity. I write a regular column for Yoga & Health magazine based on visualisations to help the practice of yoga and the visualisations are also in Spectrum, the magazine of the British Wheel of Yoga. For more about my work and classes, see www.susareen.com

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See How Yoga Feels - Su Sareen

SEE HOW YOGA FEELS

by Su Sareen

Smashwords Edition | Copyright 2012 Su Sareen

This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only.  This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people.  If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient.  If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to Smashwords.com and purchase your own copy.  Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

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Chapter 1: Diving In

The way in which we start our practice is telling. When we first start yoga, we typically drift into our practice gradually as we stop thinking about the day and relax into focussing inside our bodies. However our practice can work much better for us if we dive straight in …

IMAGINE…

… as you start your practice – whether lying, standing or sitting - that your whole awareness is diving deep inside your body, trying to connect with sensations as close to your spine as possible - literally as deeply as you can.

IN THE POSE

Straightaway the world becomes quieter (just like it does when your head suddenly goes under water after jumping or diving in). With an internal glance you can immediately take in at the exact location of any sensation you may be feeling and where you are holding muscles unnecessarily. Immediately release those – you

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