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Kino Yoga Handstand Splits Training with Ricardo Sosa

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23 Comments on Kino Yoga Handstand Splits Training with Ricardo Sosa

  1. Your legs are so beautiful!

  2. Strength Lessons in Yoga from a Circus Trainer
    LOVED IT – it brought tears to my eyes- bc I relate – we always must be stronger…

  3. Awesome skills!

  4. บัวบูชา Rattikan // 12th December 2013 at 2:57 pm // Reply

    i can’t do that!

  5. alexandraleavin // 12th December 2013 at 3:21 pm // Reply

    beautiful and inspiring post!thanks for sharing!

  6. Alfredo Fatale // 12th December 2013 at 5:01 pm // Reply

    Good for you, Kino. This speaks volumes on your commitment. The best teachers are always even better students…always seeking out knowledge from which to grow from, and then sharing/teaching their newfound knowledge to their students. Thanks as always for sharing. Namaste

  7. I want the job that Ricardo Sosa has

  8. Gerhard Pfeiffer // 12th December 2013 at 6:45 pm // Reply

    Thanks for sharing!

  9. Oh, my gosh!  If you weren’t already my hero before making this public, you certainly are now!!!  The fact that you chose to so openly share in your own perceived struggles with this particular asana makes me admire & respect you all the more!! Although already perfect in our eyes, I pray that you quickly become more content with your progress! Namaste!

  10. livingsouljourney // 12th December 2013 at 9:15 pm // Reply

    ty for sharing.

  11. The pain and frustration in the end. It takes guts to show your emotions like that. Well done!

  12. why is he tapping you like that, what is that for?

  13. Love this

  14. So much strength and determination.

  15. Frederique Seroude // 13th December 2013 at 4:13 am // Reply

    Thank you for sharing that process…Best of both worlds!

  16. Hi, pls answer my question. What are the mental and spiritual benefits of doing handstand?

  17. Do you think the circus training goes hand in hand , I found trapeze killed my ashtanga practice and vice versa . Like the strength didn’t allow the flexibility/openness required… I Suppose acrobalance is differently. It’s intens tho! Eek! Good job 🙂

  18. Love this!

  19. Liliana Rodriguez // 16th December 2014 at 4:38 pm // Reply

    Wish I could do that :/ :

  20. Hello Kino~
    It’s so great of you can have a chance training with Ricardo Sosa. I’m sorry to hear that he hadn’t performed for many years.
    I admire him too much.Could you please give me a way to chat with him?Facebook or Twitter?
    Thank you very much. : )
    hopeless boy.

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