Ashtanga Yoga: Third Series

6 Third Series Yoga Videos for Teaching Yoga

Leslie Vale • May 13, 2015
Deepest Hip Joint Rotation in Advanced Series
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1. Urdhva Dhanurasana
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Come into this deep, heart opening back bend with Kino MacGregor as she walks you through critical shoulder alignment to open the whole spine and facilitate deep extension.
2. Scorpion Handstand Demonstration
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Ashtanga Yoga Instructor, Kino MacGregor show you how to work on Scorpion Handstand, known in Sanskrit as Vrschikasana. This fun, but challenging posture is a great way to test the limits of your strength and flexibility on all levels.
3. Forearm Balance Inversion
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Here Kino MacGregor explains how to work on forearm balance, or Pinchamayurasana. It takes a while to find the balance so just remember to keep practicing and keep the faith even if it seems impossible. Small little improvements everyday make a huge difference over a lifetime of practice.
4. Floating Forward and Back in Sun Salutation A
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Ashtanga Yoga teacher Kino MacGregor talks about how to float forward and backward in the Sun Salutation. This movement takes great strength and stability. Be patient if you are working on this and don't force it too much.
5. Eka Pada Sirsasana (Leg Behind the Head)
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Certified Ashtanga Yoga teacher shows you how to safely and easily place your leg behind your head for the posture called Eka Pada Sirsasana in the Ashtanga Yoga Second Series.
6. Deepest Hip Joint Rotation in Advanced Series
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A student and a viewer on my YouTube channel asked me if I could show my deepest hip rotation. Well, the posture that takes my hips into the deepest rotation that I practice is in the Ashtanga Yoga Fourth Series. I'll show you that in this clip. But please remember that there are many people with more open hips than mine and that any work along the practice of yoga is measured by the inner state not by how flexible you are.
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