99% of practice

M. Baranov: "Marijuana-pranayama. All that you want to know about bhastrika, but was shy to ask about."

<div>In 1998 in Moscow during one seminar one yoga teacher, quite famous nowdays, but that time hardly anyone had heard about him, announced on his first class that he was going to teach one “secret Hindu technique, that gets you high as a good grass” but without bad influence on brain cells and liver – “and no addiction!” At the end of an intensive class fully devoted to asanas, someone...</div>

Simon Borg-Olivier (Australia). Dynamic asanas sequence

<div> On June 2012 yoga-master from Australia Simon Borg-Olivier visited Russia for the first time with his workshop on author`s style "Yoga Synergy".</div>
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Here Wild Yogi magazine readers can watch a video from this workshop and get to know this interesting yoga style. </div>
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Camera &amp; edit by Mikhail Baranov.</div>

Ilya Zhuravlev. Yoga108. Surya and Shakti Namaskar

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Ilya Zhuravlev

“Surya and Shakti Namaskar”
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The practice of dynamic exercise set "Surya Namaskar" (Sun Salutation) is presented in every hatha yoga school. And in every style it is marked by its own peculiarities. Even though you can not find these exercises in the yogic scriptures of Middle ages (there are only Sun Salutation mantras described in Puranas but no...</div></div>

When there’s almost two of you

Julia Elbert

«When there is almost two of you»

 

Principles of practice during pregnancy
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There are times in a life of a woman, when she has to fulfill the mission entrusted to her by nature. And as a conscious being, she has to perform it with utmost responsibility.</div>
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A future mother, who is eager to start (resume, or continue) yoga...</div>

Mikhail Baranov. "Kumbhaka in asanas". Part one.

Mikhail Baranov

Kumbhaka in asanas, part one
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Prana and energy of vitality
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“Prana” is “a primary vital energy” (has Sanskrit root “Ana” meaning “to revive, to vibrate” and prefix “pra” meaning “primary, standing ahead”).</div>
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Prana or vital force is characterized by movement (another variant of the origin of...</div>

Maria Vorobyeva: Conquest of Ashtavakrasana

Maria Vorobyeva

 

Conquest of Ashtavakrasana
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It's not a secret that the main thing in yoga practice is your own inner work, awareness of everything that happens inside while one's body performs this or that posture. But it's always interesting to see what the others can do with their bodies. Almost every practitioner surfs the vast Internet space and...</div>