Does the Coolness Never Stop? Bindifry’s Photos on Flickr

As noted in the first of what’s turning into a series on beautiful Ashtanga photos taken at Moksha Yoga Center in Chicago, Illinois, we’re highlighting Bindifry’s Flickr stream.

I especially like her Ashtanga set and India 2005 – 2006 set.

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This practice favors neither sex. – Bindifry

Hey! Is that Bindify, aka Lisa Hill, with Lino Miele at our local yoga studio, Yoga is Youthfulness in Mountain View, California?

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Bindifry with Lino Miele at YiY

Philippe, have you met this person who has commented thoughtfully on your post about starting a Mysore-style Ashtanga program?

In Bindifry’s comment on her Ashtanga set, she explains Ashtanga, and includes this important bit:

PLEASE do NOT attempt these postures without proper supervision.

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Bhekasana


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This studio looks so nice.

Along with:

Do your practice and all is coming.

- Sri K. Pattabhis Jois

Bindifry has a blog about her travels called Adventures in India. Her entry related to this photo:

…afterwards we decided to hire an omni bus and go to wagha border-the border of pakistan and india-to watch the border guards do their competetive good natured dance. this is done daily at sunrise and sunset. the scene is very much like a high school pep ralley. the guards open the border gates and they do a marching kick dance that is reminiscent of john cleese’s “silly walk” from monty python. this was the most fun i have ever had in india and i went back to my hotel unable to wipe the smile off my face.

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At the Wagha border


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February 2004

Thank you, Bindifry (aka Lisa Hill)! And best wishes on your travels.

being sarcastic, silly, & obnoxious. taken at the southern star hotel pool in mysore, karnataka, south india






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