Indian Yoga vs. Russian or Irish Yoga. [Photos]

Via on Sep 20, 2008



Want to do some of the more advanced yogic asanas? It’ll take years, even decades of ardent practice, careful breath-work, a mind synchronized not only with the body’s movements but with the present moment, in all its ineffable glory.

Or, you can drink an awful lot:

Here’s a link if you can’t quite read the above.

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4 Responses to “Indian Yoga vs. Russian or Irish Yoga. [Photos]”

  1. […] on the floor (if that’s not where you are already). It’s time for Tara’s […]

  2. Ayanna Matlock at 8:10pm March 17
    i'm not ready.

  3. Chris Kilham at 5:05am March 18
    Siddhasana is sufficient. No need to go for the sailor's knot. No place like OM.

  4. […] For more like this: Irish/Russian Yoga. […]

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