revolved side angle
Happy 4th of July, friends.

In honor of the holiday, I thought of practicing all of the poses that embody a sense of freedom for me, the poses I love. But I am doing this yoga challenge, which includes a lot of poses I don’t love. (#julyyogachallenge #backtobackbends with @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl @aloyoga) So, I had to get to work. And I learned a ton, as usual, on my mat. The poses I don’t love, the ones that are very hard for me, do create an amazing sense of freedom afterwards. Like the one above, #revolved #sideanglepose or #parivrrtaparsvakonasana. I can’t do full pose with back heel down very well so I modify and lift my back heel.
one legged crow
And one legged crow, which is hard hard HARD for me….

This pose is especially difficult for this yogi from headstand. Maybe one day I will get it without the pass through crow. (VIDEO at

And then, for the grand finale, FREEDOM! Savasana.  I love this one. Especially after hard work.

What are the poses that make you feel free afterwards? Are there other ways you celebrate this holiday besides BBQs and beer.

Do #yoga. Today. Everyday.

Peace and #practice,
Daisy, aka Yoga Nag
#yogaeverydamnday #bakasana

Sunny Day 

Sunny, breezy, blue-skied moment leads to spontaneous, driveway saavasana. Loveliness. Jiving with the elements. How about you? What’s your practice today? 

Do #yoga. Today. Everyday.

Practice and pause🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏Daisy, aka, Yoga Nag
#yogaeverydamnday #sunshine #spring #savasana #justliedown


bolster love

Monday Mellow with a smart hand made bolster.  Super thrifty wisdom from a good friend and yoga teacher–Kathy Baird–who  taught me how to create a yoga bolster out of recycled goods: old yoga pants and an old yoga mat.  Brilliant.

See Kathy’s video: 

Or go to:

Do yoga. Today.  Everyday.

Peace and pauses,
Yoga Nag

#practice #yogaeverydamnday #restorativeyoga #savasana #bolster