A look back, and a look ahead


With 2016 soon coming to a close, let’s take a moment to look back at the ground that we’ve covered. This year we focused on three major topics: axial extension poses, balance and chair yoga; we covered them in depth and featured several yoga practices to illustrate main points. We also discussed best yogic approaches to working with shoulders, knees, wrists and ankles, and published several articles on office yoga. And while this year we focused a lot on the structural benefits of yoga practice, we cannot forget that ultimately yoga is about living a fulfilling and joyful life.

And this is exactly what we will focus on next year. In 2017 we will shift our focus from anatomical details to explore the incredible power that yoga has to transform our lives. We will take a look at what it takes to reside in a place of stability and ease at every level: physical, physiological, mental, emotional and spiritual. It will be quite a ride – and I hope that you will join us!

For now here is a quick overview of our articles from 2016 (in case you missed some 🙂 )

DirectionalMovementTitleHow do you know what a yoga pose is meant to accomplish?

I believe that there is often not enough “why” in yoga classes, which is being compensated for and overshadowed by “how”. That is why we have great fascination with forms of poses at the expense of function. Whatever we do in yoga we need to do for a reason, otherwise why bother? Read more >


superposestitle20 superposes that carry maximum benefit

Certain yoga poses can be described as “superposes” because they carry incredible “nutritional value” for our bodies. What makes them powerful is their incredible diversity. They are benefit-dense, accessible to most students and offer multiple options. Here is a list of 20 superposes with many useful variations.



Office yoga



“Joy! Where are you?” Three ways to find your bliss through your yoga practice

 One’s yoga practice can often feel like work, and it should be, especially when we bump up against our physical or mental resistance. And it will remain just that if we keep the focus superficial. But if we manage to find a way to touch something deeper within us, the experience of one’s yoga practice can become truly transformative.

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