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Season 1 - Episode 8

Fundamental Ashtanga Asanas

30 min - Practice
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Dylan teaches the fundamental standing asanas in the Ashtanga Primary Series. We begin with Surya Namaskar A and B, before moving through Padangusthasana, Trikonasana, Parivrrta Trikonasana , Prasarita A-D and Parsvottanasana.
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This is a lovely sequence, isn't it? I quite like the standing sequence... thank you for the guidance.
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Dylan, thank you also for this practice. I have Always found it hard to jump back and forward with straight legs. It seems like you lean forward on your arms and use your core. Or what is the technique? And how do you do it so slow? I would love some ques or maybe a tutorial?
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awesome sequence. really warm, balanced, economical commentary. many thanks.
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Thanks a lot of this beautiful practice, the rhythm was perfect for me I didn’t feel that I needed to run. Also the alignment and explanation, I am coming back to my practice after some months of not being consistent so my body is a little stiff. Thank you!!
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I'm so glad to know that you all are finding value here. The standing series is a gem, Kate ... It's been my foundation for a few decades now and I think it is the root of many a flow class worldwide. Katarina , the stock answer is bandha, bandha, bandha and I don't think that is wrong at all! I do break down the jump through in a tutorial. I really hope that you find it useful! Matthew I'm glad that you didn't find it overly verbose, for me, there is a lot of silence in yoga... but getting there requires some effort for sure. Jimena please don't run! I'm very much in the camp of a little every day is of more use than going for it in one swift exertion. Thanks to you all, keep in touch and keep practicing. It's such a blessing that Yoga Anytime allows us the freedom to explore tradition practices using modern connections. Thanks!
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Thanks a lot [Dylan Bernstein]

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