Posted on 06-08-2009
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Yoga poses from back to front:  Back bend and wheel

It’s good to own a camcorders to record certain asana that needed to be shown in sequence rather than capturing them in photo.  But the thing is, photos don’t talk to human!  If you own a iPhone (the OS3 version), you can now instal several yoga application on it. Good for begineers tho.

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Posted on 29-07-2009
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Poses from front to back:  Camels, Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend, Wheel Pose and lastly, the Headstand

This is some backdated group yoga picture that we took sometime ago.  The Son was engrossed in his PS3 game while I was editing this picture.  When he look up at me, he was so facinated what all the Aunties can do.  I can’t deny it.  This is by far a very good combination composition.

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Posted on 29-07-2009
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After a few trip up to Cameron, we started to fall in love with the place especially the weather although at some days it can be hot and some days the wind can be very strong making the weather so pleasant, so suitable for outdoor activity especially rv camping.  I have been planning this event since 5 years ago but the timing is always not right whenever we are in Cameron Highlands. So this time I die-die also must go pick my own vegetables. While driving around looking for the vegetable farm, ’ssssssssssome’ people losses their patient and we get comments like this:

“Aiyah, just buy some carrot and stick them in the ground then ask your kids to pull lor.”

“Veges from the market don’t want to buy. Come and pluck veges and do all the farmer’s work. He must be laughing his way to the bank!”

Thanks to BIL & Daddy. That is such an encouragement. Not!

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Posted on 22-07-2009
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Something not related to Yoga but rather a birth announcements.

By the time I blog about this, the newborn has just celebrated his 1st month birthday.  Everybody, say hi to Ezekiel.  Sorry, Ezekiel can’t say hi yet *sticking out tongue*

Neway, I totally love newborn in the family. This kind of baby is just perfect. When you get tired of him you can just give him back to his parents.

Baby Ezekiel @ 13 days old.

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Posted on 14-07-2009
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Lately, my 9 years old daughter  has been showing lack of interest in the  activity she is currently into.   For example Violin.  After learning them for 3 years, now she wants to take up piano lessons. But I am firmed on my philosophy – “You finish what you started!”  Not only that, she has been talking me out on switching from Teckwando to Ballet.  I know, Ballet is every litte girls dream.  To me, self defense is more important than hopping here and there in a pink tutu.  Then it got me thinking, since she is kinda flexible, I might as well introduce Yoga to her, right?

Aiyoh, headache only.  Kids nowadays is so fortunate!

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Posted on 10-07-2009
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Sanskrit- Fish Pose:  Matsyasana
Sanskrit – Seated Forward Bend:  Pashchimottanasana

Namaste, everyone!

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Posted on 06-07-2009
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Few days ago, we was watching a Hip Hop Dance competition on teevee.  This is how the competition goes. There are three contestant. Everyone need to show a few Hip Hop movement and the one awe the judges most win.  My 7 years old son was watching it with “eye popping-jaw dropping-salivar drooling-lost in the world” concentration.  Breaking the silence, I dare him to challenge me.

Same rules, each person should out beat the other with a Hip Hop movement.  He was more excited than me!  Rolling his shoulder, pulling up his sleeve and he challenge me with his first movement:

*rolling eye*  The Hip Hop way of handstand

Now my turn *ahem*.  The Mummy doesn’t know Hip Hop but you know, most of their dance movement is so closed to Yoga.  Drum rolling…

The Kondinyasana

You should look at the expression on my 7 years olds son!  His eyes popped out and jaw dropped one more time!  That is a priceless moment! LOL!  (Ya la tu, I know I got a dem fat thigh. Can stop staring at it now.  Who wants to recommend the best weight loss pill that works on the thigh?)

This time he beh kam muang (don’t want to give in).  He took a deep inhalation, pull up his sleeve again and challenge me his second movement:

*waving white flag*  I can’t do a cartwheel.  He was darn happy that he won!

Everybody, clap hand la!

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Posted on 30-06-2009
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Last Sunday, Living Yoga, Klang had a special guest appearance, that is Deepak to conduct Pranayama and Yoga Dance classes.  Sunday morning is definitely a no-no for me as I have to attend Sunday Mass.  I am still very much the Christian in me even tho ‘they’ says, “Christian will derived from God if they learn Yoga.” Bullshit!

Back to serious business, I told Bee Ling that I will be there for Yoga Dance as a blogger this time 🙂 .     After two Yoga Dance classes with Deepak, I realised I have never like dancing and still is!  I know I have two left feet so let’s save the embarrassment for next time, ya?

As a photographer, I’m trying my best to steal some artistic shot.

*Note:  The following post is heavily spammed with lots of pictures.  Proceed at your own risk.*

My most favourite shot of the day.  Simply love the silhouette!

Being there but not anticipating in the dance is really a drag.  I felt so bored and hot!  I kept looking at the clock. LOL!  The dance movement is not a stranger to me as Deepak has taught us before.  Amazing how I don’t give it a good review this time.   But you know what excite me?  All these awesome photographs!  Love them to bits!

Till then, Namaste!

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Posted on 29-06-2009
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… a peep thru the door crack,

Coming soon…

p/s:  Monday is always the busiest time for me to blog but the excitement was tingling all over my fingers that I can’t wait to tell you guys how much we had fun.  Again!

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Posted on 25-06-2009
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A notice was paste on the center yesterday.  My vision only focus on the center part of the notice that read… “Pranayama & Yoga Dance”.  Nothing excite me.  I checked the calender on my iPhone, 28th June is a Sunday.  And I goes, “Waitaminute, who is teaching Yoga Dance?!?!” I quick dash to the door again and was scanning the notice from beginning to the end making sure I did not miss out any words this time.

Holy moly!  Deepak is conducting a lesson on Sunday!

I have never like dancing (even thought they are fun) but I will attend the  Pranayama class.  A quick recap on an e-mail which he sent to me few days ago on Pranayama.  I reread the e-mail (on my iPhone) and already knew what he is going to teach this coming Sunday. LOL.  If you are interested, read on.

Subject: pranayama therapy for n1 h1 (halo?  Was it H1 N1?)

“De Ep hi to all my friends ,,these days n1 h1 (halo!  H1 N1 la!) ,, virus is every where,, i will suggest you guys to do pranayama daily for at least half an hour,, specially those pranayama who are giving effect on your manipur chakra,, on the navel and below the navel,, because,, manipur chakra or navel chakra is related to your immune system it is boosting your immune system and specially to agnisara, kapalabhati, and thyroid ,,thymus,,spleen ,, and your bone marrow is also the part of your immune system ,, so ujjayi,,and lion pose,,and uddiyana bandha ,,stomach lock,, are able to give you strong immune system and you will be able to fight with this virus,,plz do this,,thanx and namaste,, god bless you DEEP YOGA”

There ya go.  I don’t know how good a teacher he is but I know he is HOT!  Do come and join the class this Sunday if you are around Klang area.  Drop me a note if only you are really keen of coming so that I can forward to you the center telephone number.  It’s free of course. Not!

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