Filmed in widescreen high-definition black and white with dramatic lighting through skylights and windows, this DVD takes the yoga video to new artistic heights. This 60-minute program is simply stunning to watch with its beautiful cinematography and Duncan Wong’s fluid, graceful and esoteric movements. Korean Buddhist Gung Fu, Ashtanga yoga, and Thai bodywork are combined to create a spicy and unique yoga practice with an extraordinary integration of pranayama, mudras and martial arts arm movements. This swift paced and complex sequence can be challenging to follow and thus not recommended for new beginners. Options enable the hour long video to be practiced in two shorter half hour segments.
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Timothy Burgin is a Kripalu & Pranakriya trained yoga instructor living and teaching in Asheville, NC. Timothy has completed his 500 hour Advanced Pranakriya Yoga training and currently serves as the Executive Director of YogaBasics.com.
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There are three classes of devotees. The lowest one says, "God is up there," and he points to heaven. The mediocre devotee says that God dwells in the heart as the "Inner Controller." But the highest devotee says: "God alone has become everything. All things that we perceive are so many forms of God."
- Sri Ramakrishna