Eve’s Legs-Up-the-Wall Video

May 3, 2013 | Video, Yoga Sequences | 5 comments

With some encouragement, I’ve dipped my toe in the water of yoga video production. Here’s the first of what will be a series of how-to-use-props for yoga poses, especially for a restorative effect.
Here at the Yoga Shed, I have the reputation for being the Prop Queen. I’ve introduced many of the locals to the wonders of being propped up in poses as diverse as shoulder stand (sarvangasana) and bridge pose (setu bandhasana).
I know the use of props can be an acquired taste so I’m hoping my videos will make these yoga tools more interesting and accessible to more people.
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Let me know what you think. Video-ing is like yoga practice – a work in progress .  (I know that the sound isn’t great.  We’ll try to sort that out before we make make the next in the series.)

5 Comments

  1. Hi Eve, how are you? I always read your posts and I enjoyed the new videos!
    Just wanted to let you know that for the past 10 days or so, I get the posts… double. They are one after the other, have the same time and the same kbites. Do you think it is a technical glitch on your side or mine?
    All the best for now,
    Best regards,
    Paola

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    • Hi Paola,
      Great to hear from you! And I’m happy you’re following the posts.
      It’s likely that you got yesterday’s post twice as we hadn’t managed the
      video loading properly the first time.
      But I don’t think there have been other glitches, so it might be something happening from your end.
      I haven’t heard of a problem anywhere else.
      Are you still doing yoga in Crows Nest.
      Be well!
      Eve

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  2. Thanks so much Eve… great video. I too have been receiving 2 posts each time.

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    • Can you tell me, Lesley-Ann, which posts you’ve been getting doubles of and how long it’s been happening? What kind of computer do you receive the posts on?
      Thanks for your feedback.
      Kindly,
      Eve

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  3. I thought it was good. Well explained. I rarely use props so it was interesting to see how you use the bolster. That’s one of my favorite poses.

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