Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Narrow hallway as prop:

The left side is my bad side, but this will give the general idea of how I am using a narrow hallway to encourage myself to bend smaller (although my armpits obviously need to stretch deeper, and my upper back could use some more curve as well. Still, progress is progress, even if it is slooooooooooooooow.



Anonymous said...

You always have the best ideas for at home help w/ poses! Thanks Yoga Chickie! You rock@

I am working on kapotasa too--have been for years. Some people are so happy to grab their heels, but I have never even gotten my toes--not once. So the day I can touch my toes will be a shock for me!


elephantbeans said...

If Ashtanga does anything, it builds character. We are some diligent, persistent, hardcore mfers!


Anonymous said...

Figured it out! I love it!

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