Tag Archives: sivananda

Yoga Mama – From birth to 2 months

Arjun has arrived! Here he is a few days after his birth, remarkably, already practicing mudras and padmasana 🙂 Yoga served me well in birth. At 1pm on June 19, I posted this on my facebook: “Doing a group meditation starting at 1pm today for our soon to be born son. If you have a […]

Continue Reading

Yogi Bump Watch – 35 weeks

Same old. We’re just a bit bigger now.

Continue Reading

Pregnancy Yoga – 33 weeks

Continue Reading

Pregnancy Yoga – 32 weeks (video!)

 

Continue Reading

Pregnancy Yoga – 31 weeks

A new series of pregnancy pics. Ok. For the rest of the weeks leading up to birth, I’m going to post some pics of asanas that are still part of my practice. Not all of them will showcase my belly, but I like that they will give an idea as to what is possible and […]

Continue Reading

26 weeks pregnant – in Bahamas!

Here we are on the dock of the Sivananda Yoga Retreat in Paradise Island, Bahamas. What a great experience at the ashram. Me and my son are feeling revived, reenergized and reawakened. We are so blessed!

Continue Reading

Why eradicate ego?

This quote came to my attention while I was visiting the Divine Life Society in Rishikesh, India. It stopped me in my tracks. So simple and so profound: “Air rushes in where there is a vacuum. So too, the Absolute rushes in where there is no ego.” -Sri Swami Sivananda

Continue Reading

Life vs. Yoga Life

In life, first you enjoy the pleasure, then feel the pain. In yoga life, first you feel the pain, then enjoy the pleasure.

Continue Reading

Handstand in Lotus Sequence 1

Sequence of yoga poses, including karna peedasana, niralamba sarvangasana, handstand in padmasana, Urdhva Kukkutasana, Kakasana. Shot on Siror Bridge in Netala, Himalayas, India.

Continue Reading

7 Padmasana Variations in Himalayas

Seven consecutive yoga poses in padmasana, on a river rock in beautiful Netala, India. 1) Bandha Padmasana 2) Yoga Mudra 3) Tolasana 4) Garbhasana 5) Kukutasana 6) Poorna Matsyendrasana 7) Yoga Mudra with hands in prayer position

Continue Reading