So many yoga photos are taken in that one perfect moment of the pose. In reality, those perfect moments are rare in yoga. We prefer to share photos of the practice, not perfection. It’s in the moments of struggle, the imperfect hours we spend trying to bend our bodies, when the real work is happening, when transformation is taking place.
J: Take the picture! S: I’m waiting until you straighten your leg. J: It is straight!
Stephen doing lion, near a lion.
Twisted Monkey might be my favourite pose.
Why use feet when you can use hands?
Stephen, Nora, and Jane. Three person tree pose.
Demoing one of Jane’s favourite poses.
And Vashistasana with tree leg and midriff.
Eka pada koundinyasana II. Look at those active feet!
We’ll be saying goodbye to BC’s beautiful West Coast in just a few weeks.
Tree in the poppy field.
Yes, his leg really just goes like that.
Vashistasana in the snow.
A little water never got in the way of an arm balance opportunity.
Tree amongst the trees.
It’s never too hot for Eka Pada Koundinyasana.
This one’s for you, Ania.
A hospital visit can’t stop Stephen from doing arm balances in public spaces.
Stephen and Kasia monkeying around with no warm up.
Cycling really hasn’t done much to help my lower back bend.
A lighthearted moment in a heavy hearted place.
You should see all the pictures of Jane falling off of this guardrail.
Yes, you can practice yoga anywhere, anytime.
First a little stretch, on Parnu river.
Then into the water, on Parnu river.
Transitioning into this. And this is with tight hamstrings!
Stephen getting warm.
Full Navasana. No one thought this was weird at all!
Demonstrating a Navasana (boat pose) variation.
Pre-dinner yoga. Time flies when you’re in Virabadrasana 2.
Stephen getting ready for class.
Just about to press up into handstand, I swear.
Now go practice! ♥
Stephen & Jane