Sunday, January 01, 2006

Top Ten Tips of 2005

If you have some time off from work today and tomorrow, you might enjoy looking back at the Top Ten Tips of 2005.

Of all the tips I've written, these are the ones that get the most attention from you, my readers.


1. Toes Up Against Your Arch Enemy read it here

2. Plantar Fasciitis, Make the Pain Go Away read it here

3. Yoga Toes read it here

4. Get on Track to Eliminate Knee Pain read it here

5. Kyphosis and Bending Backwards read it here

6. Experience Neti Flow read it here

7. Finger Position Eliminates Wrist Pain read it here

8. Foot Pain, Sprained Ankles, & One-Legged Balancing read it here

9. Jala Neti Keeps You Clean and Ready to Go read it here

10. Put a Little Bounce in Your Wellness Routine read it here

Check back tomorrow and I'll tell you which ones are my favorites for the year.

Don't just read about it. Get up. Experience it. Experience yoga!

Kevin Perry

p.s., Yesterday when I wrote my yogic movie review, I forgot to mention that on the way out of the theater I saw a poster for the new Curious George movie that will be coming out in February. The headline on the poster says "Show Me the Monkey!"

I honestly don't know the first thing about Curious George.

But I do know there's one yoga pose dedicated to a famous monkey, and it's NOT Curious George. It's Hanuman. Hanuman is known for his incredible powers and feats of strength, as well as his unmatched devotion to his master, Rama.

Every time we conduct the Experience Sanskrit workshop we tell the story of Hanuman and his amazing leaps across the straits to save is master's beloved. When you look at the pose we commonly call the splits, you can see how this pose is reminiscent of Hanuman's incredible leaps.

Read more about Hanuman here in my Daily Yoga Tip called Honoring the Warrior.

Better still, register for an Experience Sanskrit workshop coming your way soon. We'll SHOW YOU THE MONKEY. Believe it or not, nearly everyone in the room does the splits, hanumanasana, at the Experience Sanskrit workshop. It's true! See workshop details at

Copyright 2006. All rights reserved, Mo Yoga LLC.
Kevin Perry
Mo Yoga LLC
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Jefferson City, MO 65101
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