Month: July 2015

Core 40: Tony Sanchez’s Intermediate Ghosh Yoga Series

by Jane Clark “Tony Sanchez trained with Bikram Choudhury from 1976 until 1980, when he was certified by Ghosh’s College of Physical Education. He was director of Bikram’s San Francisco Yoga College of India from 1980 to 1984. In 1985, Tony founded the United… Continue Reading “Core 40: Tony Sanchez’s Intermediate Ghosh Yoga Series”

A sequence to nourish your knees

Watch this short video for an overview…and then read details below…The sequence takes about ten minutes to complete. Easy to do at home. Maybe before bedtime? Apanasana: to warm up low back without compressing knees Lie on back with both knees bent toward chest… Continue Reading “A sequence to nourish your knees”

Knee Anatomy

This week’s ANATOMY FOCUS is the ever elusive and sometimes tricky knee. This knobby pair of joints are often an enthusiastic topic of conversation amongst yogis as it seems everyone knows somebody who’s either injured a meniscus or torn an ACL, or done “something”… Continue Reading “Knee Anatomy”

July 20-26th: This Week in Pictures

Healing happens here. Daily. Want to know more about went on in the hot room this past week? Check out our latest images here. And PLEASE send your yoga pics to us at Don’t be shy. Sharing is caring 😉

Week of August 3rd: Yoga LAB schedule

Yoga Lab is about curiosity. Where movement illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy and human experience. This is a supplemental series to support your regular (and deeply committed!) Bikram practice. In store for the week of August 3rd: 11:30 am every day… Continue Reading “Week of August 3rd: Yoga LAB schedule”