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Imagined Fear Versus Real Fear in Yoga Practice with Kino MacGregor

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If you’re looking for yoga videos that will show you the perfect way for you to start your yoga journey then Kino MacGregor’s yoga channel is perfect for you! Whether you are new to yoga or an advanced yoga student you will find a full yoga library with all the yoga postures that you need to develop a complete yoga practice. Yoga is more than just a physical practice yoga is a lifestyle that includes living a peaceful life. Living the yoga lifestyle is about yoga practice, inner peace, yoga diet and being a good person on and off your yoga mat. Kino is a yoga teacher, author of three books, international teacher, writer, blogger, online yoga class teacher, IG yoga challenge host and much more. She co-founded Miami Life Center and Miami Yoga Magazine as well as produced six Ashtanga Yoga DVDs. Practice yoga, change your world one breath at a time. Kino believes that yoga is a vehicle for each student to experience the limitless potential of the human spirit. You don’t have to be strong or flexible to begin the yoga practice, all you need is an open heart and the inspiration to practice yoga. Unroll your mat and do the practice!

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5 Comments on Imagined Fear Versus Real Fear in Yoga Practice with Kino MacGregor

  1. Cecilie Hjorth // 27th August 2012 at 10:40 am // Reply

    Really great video, thank you!
    I have been going to a shala under the guidance of Susanna Fibonocchi for 4 months. To be honest, I do not feel all comfortable and do not feel like I have benefited much from it. I have been doing chaduranka dandasana wrong all along without noone telling me, despite the fact that I made my teatcher aware of my shoulder pain.
    Do you think I could practice alone, by myself? Going to Mysore every year also.
    Thank you, Namaste 🙂

  2. Helpful. God bless u Kino “) Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

  3. Thank you, Kino!
    I don’t know where to ask my question, so I will do it here. It might be a funny one, so prepare.
    I am learning how to jump into a pike position in surya namaskara. I know it is essential to engage your core and transfer the weight of the pelvis onto your hands, but – what does “engage your core” mean actually? Once I’m upside down, I still have little awareness of what’s happening in my core. How high do you have to jump to be able to float?
    Thanks!
    Greetings from Slovenia

  4. Watch this video of hers… better chance of getting your question answered.

    /xmrew3C4oBc

  5. excellent video on the psychology of flexibility, it can be hard to get some people to except what there body is naturally capable of and that’s when the right kind of encouragement make’s all the difference.

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