The Asana Files: Trikonasana as Strength-Receiving | Mark Whitwell

If you are involved in any way in modern Yoga than your guru is Krishnamacharya | Mark Whitwell
Paradoxically, Yoga is the action of leaving the body alone, of lifting the imposition of the mind off the natural, intrinsic, already-functioning intelligence of the whole body. Yoga is to allow that intelligence and harmony to express itself | Mark Whitwell
Krishnamacharya in Trikonasana. You can see there is “no drama” in the body (or in the mind). There is strength but it is utterly receptive and soft | Mark Whitwell
Teaching students the principles of practice that Krishnamacharya brought forth in Madrid, Spain 2019. There is a right Yoga for every person | Mark Whitwell
Strength without Receptivity destroys itself | Mark Whitwell



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Mark Whitwell

Mark Whitwell

Mark Whitwell has worked as a Yoga teacher around the world for the last 45 years and is the author of 4 books on Yoga. He lives in Fiji with his wife Rosalind.