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An Idyll: What is Classic? Part VI: The Classic Jumpshot

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An Idyll: What is Classic? Part VI: The Classic Jumpshot

If you’re interested in how back-bending and basketball connect you will need to read this fantastic blog written by Russell Altice Case… He muses about art, sports, motorcycles, Hinduism, yoga, linguistics, definitions, gurus… and so much more!

This is a link to Part 6: The Classic Jumpshot - Featuring an extended quote from me about the secret to a happy, healthy back-bend.

If you like it, I would recommend starting at Part One, or at the very least go back and read Part 4, 5 which are full of interesting Yoga references and give a lot of the context around What is Classical, including classical “Hatha Yoga”. It’s a fun and super thought provoking blog to read!

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A Book Review: Ageless

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A Book Review: Ageless

A Book Review: Ageless

His book begs us to ask how yoga and the eight limbs of the Ashtanga practice relate to the way we eat, think, consume, breathe, sleep, exercise, and how we can be more discerning in the way we expend our energy, focus our attention, all while caring for others and our planet.

The entire text stems around this principle: “Living like a yogi is about becoming connected with vitality and health.” ……

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