Ramayana Series Part 11: Crossing the Ocean

If after watching part 11 you are wondering why Garuda has it in for those Nagas, check out episode 12 of the Yoga Mythology series on Garuda below.

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Here’s @AprilDechagas picking up from our last episode with one of the great Epics of India, The Rāmāyaṇa! Today we continue our #EpicTalesTuesday with Part 11 – Crossing the Ocean!⠀ The Myths behind the asanas are one of the most profound tools for giving you intention, energy, focus, insight, and an expansive view of your Asana Practice – stepping far outside the simple lines and shapes normally understood in these moments. Context from these stories gives you so much more background and understanding in a conversation that’s not just physical. That’s why we know them as the epic tales of yoga: epic origins and epic realisations. This is the thirty-seventh installment April has been putting together for you! #yogaeverydamnday #yogaforlife #yogainspiration #yoga #yogalove #yogaeverywhere #yogalife #igyoga #yogapractice #instayoga #practiceandalliscoming #yogajourney #yogaaddict #yogisofinstagram #yogateacher #sanskrit #meditation #practicejivamukti #jivamuktiyoga #jivamuktinyc #vegan #plantpower #crueltyfree #govegan #hinduism #mythology #inspiration #hindu #sitaram

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