Nicole Cocco

Bharadvajasana

Bharadvaja spent 3 of his entire lifetime as a devout scholar of Vedas. He withdrew from his community to study day and night and became known as a secluded sage devoted to learning. Near the end of Bharadvaja’s third life, Shiva, the Lord of destruction paid him a visit, asking him how is he doing …

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Patchimotanasana

With the stretch of the west, we honor the Sunrise by bowing in Patchimotanasana. We take the time to be grateful to our experience, to our teachers on the way, as the night turns to another day, another opportunity for us to create and contribute in life. The backside of the body symbolizes the unconscious …

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Marichyasana

This pose reminds us of how with focus and clarity from the space of infinite spiritual energy within, we can transform ordinary rocks into holy stones that we can use to build our mountains. Marichi was a powerful sage and in an episode of rage, cursed his wife, Dharmavrata to an ordinary stone.  She decided …

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Vasisthasana

Vasisthasana

Vasisthasana, or Side Plank Pose, is named after the great sage Vasistha. This is the story of King Rama. (the incarnation of Vishnu, responsible for the maintenance of the Universe, While Brahma is responsible for the creation and Shiva for destruction). King Rama appeared on earth to restore dharma or righteousness. But after his travels …

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Trikonasana

This pose is a metaphor of Trinity such as birth – life – death, mind – body – spirit, consciousness – subconsciousness – supraconsciousness.   In the Universe, there are three cosmic functions of Creation, Maintenance, and Destruction. In the yoga philosophy, these functions are represented respectively by Brahma the God of Creation, Vishnu, the God of …

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