- San francisco, California
I teach Prasana Yoga, an approach that includes coordination of the breath, core, limbs, and hands. Using bandha (energy locks) and pranayama (breath control) intelligently, it explores multi-directional movement on the mat and gives careful attention to the flow of prana (life force). Prasana means "the fuliflilment of asana" and it encourages creative work in yogic choreography.
Its approaches seek to employ the widest range of yogic technologies for both health and conscious transformation.
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Chaos is what we've lost touch with. This is why it is given a bad name. It is feared by the dominant archetype of our world, which is Ego, which clenches because its existence is defined in terms of control. Terence McKenna