Dropping back and standing back up
In this video Kino guides you through dropping back into Upward Bow, or Urdhva Dhanurasana, step by step. Dropping back (and standing back up!) is a challenging part of the astanga practice and Kino’s insightful instructions will definitely help you a little further ahead.
Upward Facing Dog
In this short tutorial Kino guides you to a safe and beautiful Upward Facing Dog, or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, step by step. You will learn to avoid some very common mistakes and discover what it feels like to get it ‘right’.
A short tutorial that will help you understand the key alignment points and purpose of triangle pose, or utthita trikonasana.
A pose tutorial that helps you understand and build into the twisted seated posture of Marichyasana B. This pose is featured in the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series.
This short tutorial video will help you with one of the most challenging movements, Jumping Back. Eva will show you how to guide the transitions using your breath. Try to be patient, and don’t forget to bring some humor into the practice.
Jumping Back From Lotus
A short tutorial guide to practice this advanced transition of jumping back from lotus. Take your time to build into this step by step.
Utthita Hasta Padanghustasana
Eva guides you through how to do Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana correctly.
Virabhadrasana A (Warrior 1)
A short tutorial to experience Warrior 1 more fully. This is a foundational standing pose which we will break down step by step.
UTPLUTIH (LIFTING UP)
A short tutorial video that helps you understand and build safely and effectively into Utplutih. Utplutih is the final pose in the Ashtanga yoga primary series. It's a challenging posture, so smile and be patient.
DOWNWARD FACING DOG
A short tutorial video that helps you understand and improve your downward-facing dog. Adho Mukha Svanasana is a foundational pose in any yoga practice, so this tutorial will help ensure you are doing it correctly.
In this short tutorial video Eva explains how to smoothly make the transition from downward facing dog to a seated posture. You will find yourself making this transition many times throughout the ashtanga yoga practice. As it can be quite a challenging transition, Eva takes you step by step through the different options: from simply stepping forward to the full "flying through".