This follow-up to Duncan Wong’s first DVD uses the same high quality production and artistic filming to create a beautiful and stunning experience. Source Power is definitely an intermediate to advanced practice with its challenging, fast paced and complex sequences. Fortunately the most complex and intricate movements are repeated several times making them easier to follow and learn. The overall class format is very similar to Awakening Level, but this DVD goes much deeper through the almost doubling of its practice length (100 minutes) as well as its inclusion of more advanced and diverse yoga and martial arts moves. Even if this practice is a bit beyond your skill level, it can still serve as a motivation to further your practice as well as an inspiration for incorporating creative posture variations and unique transitions between poses.
Timothy Burgin is a Kripalu & Pranakriya trained yoga instructor living and teaching in Asheville, NC. Timothy has studied and taught many styles of yoga and has completed a 500-hour Advanced Pranakriya Yoga training. Timothy has been serving as the Executive Director of YogaBasics.com since 2000. He has authored two yoga books and has written over 500 articles on the practice and philosophy of yoga. Timothy is also the creator of Japa Mala Beads and has been designing and importing mala beads since 2004.
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It's also helpful to realize that this body that we have, this very body that's sitting here right now in this room, this very body that perhaps aches, and this mind that we have at this very moment, are exactly what we need to be fully human, fully awake, and fully alive.
- Pema Chodron