An employee of a record manufacturing company comes up with a hit song.
During this sequence we will work towards Svarga Dvidasana, Bird of Paradise. Bird of Paradise requires a strong core, open hips, shoulders, and flexible hamstrings. We will open up the shoulders so you can approach the binds necessary to hold the leg in this standing balance, and then move into the hamstrings so you can extend into the fullest version of the pose. Be prepared to sweat and work hard as we flow through this sequence. One block and a strap are suggested.
This class will get you flowing through traditional sun salutes which will warm up the body for a vareity of standing, twising and balancing poses. Peak Poses: Eagle, Crow and Half-Moon. After the class, you should feel detoxified, energized, strong, and relaxed.
The story of the peace mission from the US cavalry to the Cheyenne Indians in Wyoming during the 1870s. The mission is threatened when a civilian surveyor befriends the chief's son and falls for the chief's daughter.
Light as a Feather is simply the first version, a little over half of what would become Azymuth's fine Outubro album. It opens with the weakest cut, the ten-plus minute faux disco "Jazz Carnival," with awful drum effects and popping, funky-yet clichA©d basslines by Alex Malheiros. After this there is much to like, however, in the breezy execution of the title track that is nearly as beautiful as Return to Forever's, and features a fine jazz-samba number that evokes both Walter Wanderley and Tom Jobim in JosA© Roberto Bertrami's "Fly Over the Horizon," as well as a beautiful version of Toninho Horta's "Dona Olimpia."