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Online Yoga Q+A

Saturday, August 20, 2022 – 2:00 pm-3:30 pm

Yoga Q&A on Zoom with Rajashree

A special gathering for everyone, everywhere

Wanting to get more out of class or build a home yoga practice? We’re here for you. This free online yoga Q+A session is hosted by BYSJ owner and founder Michele Vennard, with staff teachers Matt and Sarah Newman. Our next Q&A features special guest, Rajashree!

No question is a bad question, so BRING IT! We will discuss the postures, breathing, home setup and environment, consistency, restarting a practice, anything you like.

Whether you’re attending or can’t make it, you can submit your questions in advance – a video of the session is posted afterwards. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out the Q+A playlist so you never miss out.

We hope to see you there. 🤗

The Online Yoga Q+A Zoom room opens at 2:00 pm on Saturday, August 20

Meeting ID: 812 0837 4566
Passcode: 282928

Check out a prior Online Yoga Q+A

Video Shortcuts

Standing Head-to-Knee: After each Standing Head-to-Knee pose, we put our hands on our lower back and bend backwards. Why here, what is it for?

Standing Head-to-Knee: More discussion about the unique importance of Standing Head-to-Knee pose.

Standing Bow Pulling: The use of equal and opposite force in postures like Standing Bow Pulling pose.

Pain: The process of pain sensation in your yoga journey.

Progress: What it means to make progress and the interplay of micro and macro awareness in the learning process.

Fixed Firm: Is it OK to twist your torso as you get into Fixed Firm pose?

Modifications: Do we change the posture for the person? Or change the person with the posture?

Sweating: I begin to sweat early and sweat a lot. Why do some people sweat more than others?

Dizziness: When I get dizzy, does it mean I should be doing less overall? Or do I give normal effort and pause as I need to?

Standing Separate Leg Head-to-Knee: In Standing Separate Leg Head-to-Knee, do I emphasize tucking my chin first thing? Or do I round down, then tuck chin?


Saturday, August 20, 2022
2:00 pm-3:30 pm