Oh no, a yogi who knows their numbers. I had to start analysing trends in our yoga - we are two years old (I have wanted to do it before now, but have resisted the desire, one way of me practicing aparigraha, the letting go of my past work life). The questions we get around … Continue reading LET THE NUMBERS SPEAK – OUR ANZA WANDERINGYOGI STATS
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There's something about the ANZA WanderingYogi practice. Ask Amy, who was there on the first day..
The reasons why men don't seem to 'like' yoga, what they really mean, and what can we do to help...
Real people do yoga. And feel every pose...
The turtle cannot be completely wrong - CO2 can be good for you - the benefits of Kumbhaka.
Andy is one of the more 'rascally' members of the ANZA WanderingYogi community. But one very committed Yin Yogi. Read her story and see why everyone is a yogi.
I confess – I’m a yogi style queen. On my yoga journey, I have transferred my passion for all things stylish in shoes and handbags to yoga clothes. My Jimmy Choos look mournfully at me underneath some yoga mats, my Balenciaga handbag scowls at me hanging behind some yoga capri pants and sports top. My … Continue reading Perils of a Yoga style Queen
The first few days of the Bikram yoga challenge is always about finding your rhythm in the practice. Best time to do it (which does move around a bit depending upon what else is happening in my life), and frequency (if you are doing more than one class a day). Here are my tips… … Continue reading Day 1 – 6 Preparing for the Bikram Yoga Challenge
I love side plank, but I used to avoid doing it. Such a simple looking pose with so much energy. In WanderingYogi classes, many people struggle with it. Common complaints are 'my wrists hurt', 'my arm wobbles', 'it hurts in the back'. Holding the asana for one minute is a real challenge. From a yoga … Continue reading Why Vasisthasana looks so simple, yet ain’t…