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In Sanskrit, the original language of yoga, the word for beauty is alamkara which roughly translates as “doing just enough.” This concept is important in both our yoga practice and in our daily lives. Over-doing often leads to stress, burnout, or injury. On the other hand, under-doing means we haven’t fulfilled our potential, and can lead to feeling unworthy or dissatisfied. In this class we explore what 100 percent or fullness means on any given day and for any given pose, while focusing on Revolved Triangle Pose.
Length: 28 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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