The following is an excerpt from a recent article by Seattle Yoga News regarding my work in yogadance:
“The poses are the dots,” Elliott said. “They give us position, framework and space.
Back when Elliott started practicing and teaching yoga, she noticed that many of her students knew the poses, but had no idea how to transition between them. To her, that “transition” was an important part of the practice; it wasn’t only about doing the posture, but also about all of the space in between. From this, she designed the “dot to dot” yoga dance sequence. This sequence brings harmony to the practice, she said.”
To read the full article: “Is Yoga to Slow and Boring? Try Yoga Dance”