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Revolving Crescent Lunge (Parivrtta Alanasana)

By Blair Hughes This is a phenomenal pose yet very challenging to execute correctly, so I highly recommend modifying. Essential cues; Press back leg sitting bone back towards heel, with the back heel high and leg fully straight. Then press front sitting bone inn...

Vrksasana – Tree Pose

By Tammy Shamesh Tree pose is a great posture to improve balance, strengthen the legs, and improve concentration. But what I love most about this posture is that we can feel a little wobble or lose our balance and we are given the chance to observe our balance without...

Utthita Trikonasana – Extended Triangle Pose

by Blair Hughes Triangle pose possibly thee single most important standing yoga pose we could practice daily and in saying that it is possibly one of the most complex to execute correctly. There are many debates about how to perform this pose correctly, but today I...

Teacher Feature: Crawf Weir

By Christie Bosworth I sat down and chatted with Barefoot Yoga founder Crawf Weir, and his faithful companion Murphy, to find out how it all started. This is what we spoke about, in a beautiful little green park just around the corner from the studio. Hi, my names...

Redefining Yoga

Like so much else from India, the practice of yoga is constantly evolving. YOGA BY DONATION Crawf Weir, founder of Barefoot Yoga in Sydney’s Paddington, first found yoga after exhausting all other therapies for his chronic back injury. After discovering daily yoga...

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Barefoot Yoga is a down-to-earth yoga studio in the heart of Paddington, Sydney, next to the Palace Verona Cinemas. We believe that you don’t need to be flexible, strong, nor good looking to practice yoga! Young or old, weak or strong, come as you are – everybody’s welcome.

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