Sūryanamaskāra A is the foundation for the Aṣṭāṅga yoga method and always begins each practice.
Once you've completed Sūryanamaskāra A, continue to Sūryanamaskāra B with the help of yoga master Sharath Jois.
In this video, yoga master Sharath Jois demonstrates how to enter and exit Prasārita Padottānāsana A.
In this video, yoga master Sharath Jois will show you how to get into—and come out—of this intense forward fold.
In this video, yoga master Sharath Jois teaches the third variation of this deep forward fold that also provides a nice shoulder opener.
Yoga master Sharath Jois explains Prasārita Pādottānāsana D, the final of the four variations of this deep forward fold.
Experience this classic posture, also called Head to Knee, in its simplest form with these cues from yoga master Sharath Jois.
Take Jānuśīrṣāsana to the next level with this second variation taught by yoga master Sharath Jois.
Work toward the full expression of this challenging variation with the help of yoga master Sharath Jois.
Sharath Jois presents the first of four variations, named after the ancient Sage Marīca, which are designed to help open the hips and improve digestion.
Try this variation of Marīcāsana, which incorporates one leg in half lotus.
Marīcāsana C helps to release the middle and upper spine. In this tutorial Sharath Jois demonstrates the classic twisting pose.
Prepare for one of the more difficult twists in the Aṣṭāṅga practice with guidance from yoga master Sharath Jois.
This at-home yoga session will take you into some deep forward bends and focus attention on grounding and opening the hips.
This at-home yoga session will take you into some deep forward bends and focus attention on grounding through the legs and strengthening through the core to open up in the heart.