Posts Tagged ‘Yoga for Breast Care’

Taipei: December 13 – 16, 2019

August 7, 2020

Workshop at Shelly Yoga.

The Iyengar Yoga Institute of China made this t-shirt to commemorate the Chinese translation of Watch Me Do Yoga.

This variation of Prasarita Padottanasana helps reduce scar tissue, and therefore (along with other poses) helps deal with endometriosis.

Prasarita Padottanasana. Press the outer edges of the feet down. Raise the inner thighs; cut the tops of the inner thighs back and move the inner knees forward (so that the knees stay facing straight ahead).

Adho Mukha Swastikasana with forearms on blocks. Extend from the outer hips all the way through the side trunk, shoulders, wrists and hands.

Baddha Konasana. Why does this variation always make everyone smile?

A group photo, Taiwanese style, with bunny rabbit ears.

Halasana. Raise the anterior spine.

Lining up for a booksigning: Yoga for Breast Care, the Chinese translation!

© 2020 Bobby Clennell.

Beijing: November 21 – 24, 2019

May 26, 2020

Workshop at Iyengar Yogashala, Beijing, China.

Adho Mukha Svanasana. Work this way to roll the tops of the inner thighs back, draw the anterior lumbar spine back and up, and release the posterior lumbar spine down. This is extremely helpful for those with low back compression or pain.

Adho Mukha Baddha Konasana with Three Blocks. This is the biggest hip opener ever!

The wide leg poses access space in the pelvic region, facilitate mobility in the hip joints, and supports health for women’s reproductive systems.

Half Padmasana with a figure of eight belt holding it all together.

Nirlamba Sarvangasana is particularly helpful for women. It reduces hot flashes, helps relax a tense throat and stimulates the thyroid.

The Chinese Translation of Watch Me Do Yoga! The English text is retained along side of the Mandarin.

Ming’s nieces practicing their version of Padmasana.

Tadasana with attitude – practicing along with my book.

Kids the world over love Lion Pose!

Yoga for Breast Care – Chinese translation!.

The Chinese students are enthusiastic about selfies, and will stop at nothing to get their picture taken with the teacher.

This Chinese “mudra” means love, I think.

My favorite pic of all time. This young student took my entire workshop in that outfit.

 

© 2020 Bobby Clennell.