These tenets of asana practice are garnered from the Gheranda Samhita, a classic yoga text published in the 1700s.
Variations of Surya Namaskar and restoratives to help you transition into Fall.
Long-held static poses that stretch the connective tissue of the hips and spine; this practice is specific to easing the stress during times of transition.
Heart opening postures and mudras.
Asana, mudra pranayama and kriya that cleanse the digestive system.
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