- Yama and Niyama: Krishnamacharya, Jois, Ramaswami
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- Srivatsa Ramaswami Vinyasa Krama Resource page
- Old Ashtanga Videos : A selection of old Pattabhi Jois Led Ashtanga videos (also interviews etc.).
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Saturday, 26 March 2011
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Tuesday, 8 March 2011
Regular visitors may remember that a while back I posted on Hanuamanasana and included this picture. It turns out that the picture comes from a book called Metamorphosis (click on the title to preview) by Tarabooks a small publishing company in Chennai India.
Monday, 7 March 2011
Saturday, 5 March 2011
Thursday, 3 March 2011
OK , seriously... actually I am being serious I almost do prefer it to the blackmat. It's thinner but still has that support and cushioning without being squishy that characterises the blackmat. If anything being thinner I feel a little more grounded, more in contact with the floor, makes the black mat seem almost like overkill.
@ 3:50 " My father put all the yoga series together, because it's from many different kinds of books, he got it all together, he put it into beginning, intermediate and advanced. So that's what we started teaching'.
@5.07 "Krishanamacharya taught my father, then my father put all the sequences together. There were a few postures not included, now everything is included and the same tradition I teach."
here's the link to where the video was posted http://vimeo.com/19598795
and a link to manju's own website http://www.manjujois.com/
Tuesday, 1 March 2011
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