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[caption id="attachment_1711" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Monica Felix @ www.monicafelix.com[/caption] Yoga is the sum of a million micro corrections. Small, quick, deliberate and precise modifications that seem like nothing, but once employed, make a huge difference in your practice. In final stretching, you touch your ankle bones together...

[caption id="attachment_1705" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Monica Felix at www.monicafelix.com[/caption] Savasana, also known as corpse pose, is the most anatomically neutral position of any yoga practice. Physically speaking, it’s the most ergonomic position of the human body. It reduces stress and fatigue on muscles and joints. It...

[caption id="attachment_1702" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Monica Felix @ www.monicafelix.com[/caption] At my yoga studio, our instructors remind us to use every part of our body to achieve the total expression of the posture. Even the parts that are relaxed. Just because something is disengaged doesn’t mean it’s unimportant, they...

[caption id="attachment_1661" align="alignleft" width="300"] Picture by Monica Felix @ monicafelix.com[/caption] Every yoga pose contains four essential stages. Setup, transition, asana and exit. But in our laziest and most impatient moments, we only practice the first three. Because exiting the posture requires mindfulness, alignment, focus, patience and understanding. And...