Follow my yoga quest at home and on the road…

Ashtanga/Vinyasa at 0600hrs

on February 20, 2013

003I was awake at 4am on Tuesday, therefore the 6am Ashtanga/vinyasa class at Treehouse Yoga was an attractive option for asana practice. The class of 3 students was led by Chloe, who is a lovely teacher that has recently arrived in Australia from the United Kingdom.

The body is soon fully awake once the practice begins. Both students and teacher had the wobbles in Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana (? the moon)

Bringing Ashtanga back into my yoga “mix” is increasing my upper body strength. This bodes well for achieving arm balancing poses, which have previously been not been possible.

This is my second Ashtanga/Vinyasa class with Chloe – on both occasions Chloe has assisted me with my headstand. I have for some time been making headstand at home, however, I keep a wall nearby. I need to find the courage to move away from
the wall…



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