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Season 2 - Episode 10

Moving from the Inside Out

30 min - Practice


Jennifer takes us on an exploration of Janu Sirsasana (Head-to-Knee Pose) as an example of how we can explore a shape from the inside out, while finding various directions of movement from the posture. She invites us to root, soften, feel the inner body, become aware of the breath, and be here now. You will feel thankful and aware. You may want a blanket or a bolster for this practice, but it's not required.
What You'll Need: Mat

About This Video


(waves crashing) Namaste. So, let's look at the directions of growth that are possible within the posture. Once we've come into one of these postures, let's look at what we can do to explore it both e...


Thanks Jennifer for sharing your personal practice and encouraging us to focus on the inside of the shape. These are practices to cherish and grow with for a very long time! Wonderful!
What a beautiful reminder of why I, too, practice. Thank you for sharing your voice and presence.
Thanks Frederic and Mary. Thank you so much. We each have a very personal relationship with yoga that I have found articulates itself over time. The next step, at least in my life, is sharing it. And I appreciate very much that what I've shared "resonates." Thanks very much.
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You are a shining light. I appreciate your smiles & giggles that flow through your practice, into us, always! Blessings & a Happy Christmas sister, xo G
Thanks Gigi! Mostly, there's nothing to do but laugh! :D ~Jennifer

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