Taipei. December 12 – 15. 2014.

Workshop at Shelly Yoga.

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Students taking pictures of my Elements and Koshas posters.

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Preparing for  Eka Hasta Bhujasana

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….with Eka Pada Sirsasana

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Eka Hasta Bhujasana

Bakasana: rocking and rolling - shifting the weight back and forth from the blocks to the hands.

Bakasana: rocking and rolling – shifting the weight back and forth from the blocks to the arms and hands.

Tuck the arms high up under the inner thighs before you lift off.

Tuck the arms high up under the inner thighs before you lift off.

Suck the abdomen back to the spine.

Suck the abdomen back to the spine.

This student's hips are too high.

This student’s hips are too high.

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Another day, another session: we pushed up from a chair into Urdhva Dhanurasana, elbows and forearm bone on the wall, middle fingers face straight ahead.

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Due to the wieght of the pelvis, women tend to drop the hips in this pose.

Raise your heels, raise your tail bone and pelvis,

Without dropping your pelvis, stamp your heels down. Open the backs of the knees: lift the back thighs away from the backs of the knees toward the buttock crease.

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On the last night in Taipei my host, Shelly took us to an outdoor restaurant high up in the hills. It was cold, so we were all  bundled up just like these two waiters. There was a heater under the table, which made my knees hot.

© 2015 Bobby Clennell.

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One Response to “Taipei. December 12 – 15. 2014.”

  1. yogimarcia Says:

    Reblogged this on IYENGAR YOGA BLOG.

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