Richard Freeman - Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga Trailer (2004)
"This informative session introduces you to Ashtanga's classic postures, and clearly demonstrates how the flowing Vinyasa system works."01 December 2004
Yogi master Richard Freeman details the Sun Salutation and linking postures that make the Ashtanga series flow gracefully as they awaken deep levels of meditation within. Moving from standing to seated to finishing postures, the session includes a balanced, hour-long practice, based on the traditional Primary Series. Level: For students of all levels, particularly useful to beginners.
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