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Explore the Elements: Plant to Grow

Episode 4
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Connect to your roots, your feet, legs and pelvis in this vinyasa practice with Clara Roberts-Oss. Through the power of your foundation, grow, twist and unfurl your torso towards it’s fullest potential. Join Clara in this strong and grounded practice moving towards Revolved Birds of Paradise.

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bridgetann0224, posted on July 5, 2016

beautiful and strong flow. thank you.

NamasteShanti, posted on June 16, 2016

Hi Clara,

Do you happen to know the song playing in the background during Shavasana? Thank you. Jen

NamasteShanti, posted on June 16, 2016

Thank you so much for this practice. It was exactly what I needed today; this day of self care I've dedicated to my spirit. The music played throughout and again during Shavasana took me back to a place of growth and discovery in India. My spirit thanks you. Jai Ma. Jen

lakshmi123, posted on May 25, 2016

... and the feeling that I will never be bored by your way of teaching ... :)

Namasté & loads of love,
p

froxyroxy, posted on May 4, 2016

Thank you Clara, have been loving your classes here for a couple of years and thought it's time I thank you! This class felt great, deep twists are what I needed to wring myself out. Namaste

bbrat5914, posted on April 25, 2016

I loved the beautiful poem at the end of this practice. Words I strive to live by. I'm not so successful many times and I appreciate any reminder. Please tell me name of this poet so I can find more inspiration.

cristinah, posted on April 13, 2016

Loving all your classes. May i ask what is the music you are playing? Thank You!

orlafitz, posted on April 10, 2016

Thank you Clara. Love your classes. x

NicoleUrdang, posted on April 6, 2016

michellegr, posted on March 22, 2016

can you please tell me the name of the song playing at the end of the practice and who the artist is? So divine. Beautiful thank you Clara

valena, posted on March 22, 2016

Beautiful I love your practices!! I feel so good!!
Nameste!!

karrey2000, posted on March 20, 2016

That's how I feel after this- thanks be to Clara who is always tuned in and stripped down and real. The dancer in me bows to the dancer in her

snwong48, posted on March 10, 2016

Was really pleased with this new series from Clara. She always manages to combine the physical, mental and spiritual elements of yoga so well. I am refreshed both in mind, body and spirit after every session. Please make more of these videos and thank you for reminding me why I practise each time.

taraglaude, posted on March 4, 2016

Thank you for yet another incredible practice Clara, you are truly a gift!

Lynnpell, posted on March 4, 2016

With deep gratitude ~ Auhm

JMackie, posted on March 4, 2016

Thank you so much for the lovely practice this morning Clara. I always look forward to seeing new practices from you. I am hoping you may define your closing. Hari om tat sat. Namaste.

clararobertsoss, posted on March 4, 2016

I learned it at the Bihar School in India and thought it fitting to share their definition. ;)

Hari Om Tat Sat by Swami Satyananda Saraswati

‘Hari Om Tat Sat’ is a very ancient mantra from the Vedas. ‘Hari Om’ is one mantra and ‘Om Tat Sat’ another. I have joined the two in ‘Hari Om Tat Sat’. ‘Hari’ represents the manifest universe and life. ‘Om’ represents the unmanifest and absolute reality. By the word ‘reality’, I mean total existence. You may even use the word God. Reality, existence, God, Brahman, the absolute are all synonymous terms pointing to one being, but they do not really define it.

The manifest reality, this world, is represented by the mantra ‘Hari’. ‘Om’ is the unmanifest reality, the unseen, invisible, uncreated aspect of the absolute. So, ‘Hari Om Tat Sat’ means ‘That is Truth’. That which I see with my eyes and that which is beyond my eyes are both the same, not different. The creator and the creation are not two. The creator has not created creation, but has manifested or transformed himself into creation.

All these truths are represented in the mantra ‘Hari Om Tat Sat’. When I say ‘Hari Om Tat Sat’, it reminds me that the seen and the unseen, are both one.

NicoleUrdang, posted on March 21, 2016

Alan Finger, a wonderful yogi, used to say this and I always wanted to know what it meant.
Thank you so much for this great definition.

catcole, posted on March 3, 2016

I do not think there are words to express how wonderful this practice was. <3

doodlemusic, posted on March 2, 2016

Always love Clara's gentle, challenging, innovative flows. Thank you... you're amazing Clara!!! Such a go-to on the website :)

NicoleUrdang, posted on March 1, 2016

Very grounding. I added some other poses as the twists kept coming.
BTW, Clara, I loved the short video of you talking about connecting to the earth.

clararobertsoss, posted on March 4, 2016

I happy to hear you're enjoying the video!

EeeGee, posted on February 27, 2016

Another gorgeous practice from Clara where she weaves unexpected flows and transitions, offering plenty of variations and lovingly encouraging modifications. A great stretch for the hips, hamstrings, and spine. A beautiful and meditative practice for body and mind. Thank you, Clara!

beth.devillier, posted on February 26, 2016

What a beautiful practice! Challenging yet didn't burn me out quickly like some practices do. I've been feeling very ungrounded lately and this was the perfect practice to ground me!

jkimpton, posted on February 26, 2016

Loved another one of your practices. Such good instructions too. My spine feels amazing! Thank you!

muddybutter, posted on February 26, 2016

That was AWESOME!! I think I grew 2 inches and my trigger point in my scapula finally released! I love your practices Clara, thank you!

stojanovic_jels, posted on February 26, 2016

I loved it as usual. I just have to remind myself modifications and props are ok. Pulling back to get best results!

countessnan, posted on February 25, 2016

I have loved this series, and this is the best so far (for me). When I saw that it was almost an hour long, I thought, well.....maybe something shorter. But the time flew by. Carla, you are an awesome teacher. Loved the poem at the end!

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