Couch Potato Ashtanga

In addition to Steve’s disturbing Moon Day poem, I spotted these two videos posted on the Facebook by William Wilson as I tooled around with my extra Moon Day time. I met the wonderful William at an Adjustment Workshop Nancy did here in Los Angeles. Although just a week long, I never practice without thinking of Nancy and bringing something she taught me into play. “I can’t hear you breathing,” she announced one day, “They should be able to hear you outside!” One day, I’m going to go to Maui.

So on this Moon Day, kick back and watch Nancy’s Led Primary at the last Confluence. Thanks once again to SACTV8 for posting.

And part 2:

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Two Ashtangis write about their practice and their teachers.

2 thoughts on “Couch Potato Ashtanga”

  1. I never quite understood the need to breathe loudly. Deeply, yes. But loudly? Can you maybe shed light regarding Nancy’s rationale? Cheers.

    1. i’ve worked with her several times, including in Maui, and she’s never made that comment to me—but I’m assuming that it’s just her way of checking to make sure you are using the proper breathe mechanism

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