One of my neighbors has a bumper sticker that reads, “I’ve tried seeing your point of view, but I can’t manage to stick my head that far up my own ass.” Sometimes when I’m walking my dog, I fantasize about challenging him on that claim because I have been trying to stick my head up my ass for the past 21 years while practicing forward bends and hip openers, and I’m still no where close. Furthermore, in my humble yet persistent attempts at this endeavor, I have become less and less identified with my own point of view. So I guess that’s why I never bother to engage in a debate with this gentleman, and it’s also the reason why I am not going to waste my energy creating a rebuttal bumper sticker that reads, “I’ve tried sticking my head up my ass, and I am no longer attached to my point of view.”
What does any of this have to do with our latest releases? Each of our new videos features deep hip opening work that culminates in exciting arm balance opportunities. Not only will your upper hamstring and gluteal muscles become more pliable, your shoulder and abdominal muscles will become more toned. Kick Butt Yoga is a great sequence for level 2 practioners that builds up to Eka Hast Bhujasana, and Mission Impossible 4 is a 20-minute sequence that will challenge level 3 folks to defy gravity in Eka Pada Koundinyasana 2. Don’t know what those fancy Sanskrit names are? Don’t really care? Me neither! But I sure like practicing them because they make me feel centered, strong, and most importantly, even-keeled. Hope you enjoy!