Yoga, for me, is a worthwhile agony.
Well, maybe not agony: but it’s not fun. After yoga, however, I feel like a million bucks. My back and shoulders and neck, tightened and screwed up from hours of being still and blogging away at a computer, are suddenly young again.
Still, I wish I could do this: three minute yoga session, and all the hard work done with. That’s why I love yoga teachers with humor who can use said humor not to distract but rather to connect in to our intellect and heart.
And the practice flies by:
A 90 minute yoga asana practice broken down and condensed into 3 minutes.
My first attempt at making videos, so I hope you like it.
Featuring Me – April Armistead
Music is: “Flowers” by Silence is full of birds (freemusicarchive.org/music/Silence_is_full_of_birds/Evergreens_n_Odditunes/13__silence_is_full_of_birds__flowers)
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