Richard Freeman talks about Ashtanga’s opening chant

This weekend, the Yoga Workshop uploaded a talk Richard Freeman gave back in October 2012 about Ashtanga’s opening chant.

You can listen to it at this link. Can and should.

Here’s the little blurb accompanying it:

How do turtles, fire-spitting snakes and demons apply to your yoga practice? Find out as Richard talks about the Opening Chant and the nature of practice. This talk was recorded on Oct 21, 2012.

A good use of 53 minutes of your time.

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