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Happy Hamstrings Yoga Sequence

Set Your Intention Begin with the pranayama practice below to establish purpose in your practice. Next, scroll through the sequence focused on releasing tight hamstrings and click on a pose image for more detailed information. These practical postures have been ordered to establish a methodical flow to match the movement of your body and breath. Refreshing […]

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Strength & Length Yoga Sequence

Set Your Intention Begin with the pranayama practice below to establish purpose in your practice. Next, scroll through the sequence focused on activating strength and increasing length in your full body and click on a pose image for more detailed information. These practical postures have been ordered to establish a methodical flow to match the movement […]

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I Am Enough #TagTuesday

“A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.” – Francis of Assisi After a riveting conference in Dallas this weekend, I came back to my boat ready to conquer the world (and travel it too). My motivation is through the roof and my thirst for success overwhelming. But as I sat down today […]

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A Day in My Footsteps 

Preparing for another invigorating weekend of Yoga Teacher Training and finishing up some homework for the root chakra. What would a day in your footsteps look like?  I dare you to go bare(foot) on Instagram and share your roots! Tag @box_edge so we can compare our footage! 😉 A quick look into my path: From […]

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Live life on the edge?

📚 “A Sanskrit word appeared in the paragraph: ANTEVASIN. It means, ‘one who lives at the border.’ In ancient times, this was a literal description. It indicated a person who had left the bustling center of worldly life to go live at the edge of the forest where the spiritual masters dwelled. The antevasin was not […]

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Standing Split / Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana Challenge on Periscope

Standing Split / Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana
From either a Forward Fold or Warrior 3, press your hands down onto the ground on both sides of your standing foot and melt your torso down the front of ur thigh as you lift the back leg.

Keep your hips square to the floor and your back knee and toe facing the ground. Your leg will not go quite as high as ig ur hip was turned out but will help increase your leg flexibility in the long run.

If balancing in this pose makes you tense, try it up a door frame. From a three legged dog push your bottom leg heel up against a door frame and slide the top of ur lifted leg foot against the door frame. Keeping your hips square and ur base leg not hyper extended, push your hips closer and closer to the frame to allow ur foot to slide higher and higher into a split.

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