In this video tutorial, I’m going to show you some work you can do in Urdhva Dhanurasana to not only deepen your backbend, but also to prepare you for the work of dropping back into, and coming up to standing from, a backbend.
In this video David Robson discusses the role of structure and ideals in Ashtana Yoga/
In this video I’ll be demonstrating a few tips to help you improve your alignment and build strength in Chaturanga Dandasana, Four Limbed Staff Pose.
In this video tutorial I’m going to demonstrate and discuss one of the fundamental elements of twisting.
While this tutorial is demonstrated in Marichyasana C, this same action can be applied to every twisting asana through all the series of Ashtanga Yoga.
In this video, David Robson is going to break down Mayurasa – Peacock Pose – from Ashtanga Yoga’s Intermediate series.
In this video tutorial, I’ll be giving you a second simple tip to help you build strength for your jumpbacks and jump throughs in Ashtanga Yoga.
In this video tutorial, David Robson demonstrates one version of the vinyasa into Bhujapidasana and Titthibasana, from Ashtanga Yoga’s Primary and Intermediate series. The vinyasa into each of these asanas is actually more or less the same. The key for both vinyasa is in the preparation. Before the jump, you need to round your back …Read More about How to Jump into Bhujapidasana and Titthibasana
In this first video, I give some tips on how to practice on those days when you just don’t have enough time.
In this video, I’ll be demonstrating two key tips to help you work on forward bending in Ashtanga Yoga. These tips will help you increase hamstring flexibility while keeping your low back safe.
Jumping back and through is something we’re all working on, and while it is hard work, there’s a very simple way to build strength in each vinyasa.
In this video tutorial, I am sharing a transformational secret to jumping back and jumping through in Ashtanga Yoga.
Setu Bandhasana is the pose most Ashtangis love to hate. But I think, when done properly, it actually helps to build neck strength, which will be beneficial for the upcoming work in Intermediate Series.
In this video tutorial, I’m going over some simple tips to help you get into Setu Bandhasana (from the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series), without neck pain!
A lot of Ashtangis struggle with getting into Kurmasana using the correct vinyasa. It is definitely a little tricky, but in this video, I break it down, with simple tips on how to jump in and lift your heels off the ground.
Beach dropbacks with Ashtanga teacher David Robson and anatomy expert Stu Girling.
Memorizing the sequence of asanas is part of learning the Ashtanga practice. Committing the series to memory promotes concentration. Doing the work helps you to own your practice.