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27 Comments on Ashtanga Yoga Quick Primary Series

  1. Athina Zoupanti // 30th April 2016 at 4:51 pm // Reply

    awesome :))

  2. Robert Withers // 6th May 2016 at 1:29 pm // Reply

    Dear Kino, with much gratitude for your generosity and beautiful lightness-you rock!

  3. Another great video. It helped me put a lot of things from your primary series book into perspective. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. This helped me a lot both for knowledge and motivation. Thanks!

  5. esthemaou esthemaou // 2nd November 2016 at 5:39 am // Reply

    great video i like

  6. Glenna Hagedorn // 25th December 2016 at 4:03 pm // Reply

    I love this video because too often I forget to move my feet up to be in good alignment for Adho-Mukha-Śvānāsana. Watching you do it again again was a great visual. Thanks for all you share Kino ❤

  7. Hi kino, awesome vid! Could you make a video on transitioning from chaturanga to downward dog? I see you shuffle your toes forward a bit as you flip them, but also what happens with your lower back as it’s quite a forward bend to come out of quickly into downward dog and sometimes I can feel the strain. Do I tense the core more? Would love a video on it if you have the time! Many thanks and thanks for all that you do xx

  8. andrea cosette borges // 30th January 2017 at 12:07 am // Reply

    I would like to watch the hole secuence even plis. Thanks! you’re awesome 🙂

  9. the way you move to bhujapidasana is amazing

  10. Mily Alvarez // 2nd March 2017 at 3:35 am // Reply

    Can someone please help me strat with yoga?? I dont know where or how to begging…any advice? Please!

    • If you practice anything at all you already do 100% more than about 90% of all people 🙂 As they say in Ashtanga: 99% training 1% theory.

      There are really not many ways to practice wrong. There are only different levels of skill. What that means to you is that you can simply copy what you see in some youtube videos (there are plenty beginner tutorials) and get started. You only have to make sure that you never force anything. If there is any pain or discomfort, stop immediately do some more research on that particular exercise and start the exercise from scratch.

      You only have to be careful when it comes to breathing exercises where you also use contractions with the muscles as this could potentially screw up your nervous system. The level on which that becomes a problem is however quite high and goes beyond the usual bandhas done in yoga. It’s more of a Martial Art thing, but I thought it’s worth mentioning. As long as you are able to breath relaxed and have no pain, you are good to go without worrying.

      Having said that, just get started. While you practice on your own you will have enough time to find a good place (good teacher). There you can learn the ins and outs. Make sure that you have a knowledgeable teacher if you are serious about yoga. The above is meant to get started. In the long run you want someone with enough skill to guide you properly. None of that 200 hour certificate crap. Get a teacher with at least 10 years practice. These days people do not spend enough time to practice before teaching.

      You can find good teachers everywhere. Yoga has spread in all nooks and crannies of the world. Search online what’s available in your region and check out different places before you commit to one. Usually you can pay for single classes. If you don’t have much money go to one class every month, so that the teacher can correct your asanas and train the rest of the time at home (remember, 99% training 1% theory).

      Hope it helps and good luck.

    • Mily Alvarez get back to me on my email meet_haja@hotmail.com

  11. monika manohar // 9th March 2017 at 3:57 pm // Reply

    how come you were able to do ujjain breathing as you were chatting in between your practice

  12. Jake Dobronski // 3rd August 2017 at 7:49 am // Reply

    Iron effort lung

  13. Kelley Wyskiel // 8th August 2017 at 1:53 pm // Reply

    I love how personal this practice is. It’s a reminder to yoga everyday in my own life. And you pause between and reset really giving me a chance to feel like I was intentionally prepared for each flow through. I heart you big time!

  14. thease videos really inspire me to keep goingm

  15. nice video and ty. namaste.

  16. yogaSandeep athreya // 31st March 2018 at 1:57 pm // Reply

    There is back bending so true bag true friend hi launch both legs total is 17 steps is it right

  17. yogaSandeep athreya // 31st March 2018 at 2:02 pm // Reply

    Hi how much percentage of physical yoga and mentally strength yoga

  18. Wished you were announcing the poses as you went. Found it hard to follow when I kept having to check the screen instead of simply listening to your voice!

  19. Thank you for sharing your practice.

  20. leilighet aker // 14th November 2018 at 9:16 am // Reply

    The guy in the background is really annoying and ruins it all

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