[Yoga] Videos

Bold and Naked is a studio in New York offering co-ed naked yoga classes. Called Nagna Yoga in traditional sanskrit, it has been practiced by religious figures in India for Centuries.

Bold & Naked offers yoga in the buff. According to them this should be a normal, non-sexual occurrence. Keri checked out their website and gives you the highlights.

Sensual Nude Woman Yoga Lotus Meditation Marble Sculpture Bronze Statue Art.

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(All levels) Yin Yoga is a quiet practice where poses can be done independently or in a sequence which fits in really well to a writer’s practice. Known for their odd and long hours in a seated position incorporating a writer can often find themselves blocked physically and mentally. Sphinx and Seal are excellent poses as they stimulate the sacrum and allow the body’s energy to flow while the mind to rests. This pose is also good for anyone such as an accountant or designers whose work requires long periods of time by the computer.
Practitioners are encouraged to use whatever props are necessary to allow them to surrender to these poses and free their minds while loosening joints and connective tissue.

This is a link to a Youtube video of naked women doing yoga.

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(Advanced & Intermediate Level)
Wheel (Inverted Bow) is one of the most recognizable shapes in yoga.  Many of us rush into the pose, wanting to be able to tell ourselves that we can successfully take on the challenge.  But using an adjustable stool as a prop helps us learn patience and proper form.  Beginning with standing backbends and shoulder openers, we continue to prepare for supported wheel pose with camel pose and upward bow pose.  

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(Beginners & All levels) Here we learn the basic principles of yoga on a physical level. Forward bending, back bending, twisting, and lateral postures. Later on inversions, balancing, strengthening and grounding poses should be introduced to ones practice. Here we explore the proper positioning of two essential basic poses, cobra (bujangasana) for back bending and seated side bend for lateral stretching. The main intention for asanas is to be able to sit in meditation longer with comfort. Back bending is great for building the strength to sit up right, while a cross legged side stretch begins to lengthen the torso in those tight unfelt spaces in the hips, pelvis and lower back.

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(All Levels) Getting into an upside down position can help a breech, an oblique (diagonal lie), or posterior baby reposition themselves into the head-down orientation for birth. During a forward-leaning inversion, the uterus briefly hangs by the cervical ligaments; returning to an up-right position relaxes the ligaments. Babies that are not in a head-down anterior position OR malpositioning of the uterus often put pressure on pelvic nerves, causing pain in the back, groin, and legs. Notice wrist options. These asana also help release lower back and hips which, due to the additional weight of the pregnant belly, often experience discomfort. These asana also help build communication and clarity of intention between partners.
In this practice, you will learn: Sitting Back to Back Breathing, Upavista Konasana w/partner feet at sacrum, Partner Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Dog Pose) with belt-Pull Variation/Push Variation, Partner Pinchamayurasana preparation (Dolphin Pose) with belt-Pull Variation/Push Variation, Standing double squat: one up/one down; Double squat push/pull arms.

R.D.K holdings S.A