studio yoga portraits
Sharon Gannon Egyptian Hieroglyphs
photo composite of Jivamukti Yoga founder Sharon Gannon with Egyptian Hieroglyphs
Tadasana / Niralamba Sirsasana
We become accustomed to the way we perceive the world, and find difficulty in seeing it otherwise. Headstand teaches us to see things differently.
Half frog pose, Brooklyn NY. Frogs are biological indicators of the wider health of ecosystems.
The light bends around the body, falling between the blades of shoulders and onto the wrists and toes. In the moment.
The dancing Shiva pose at Summer Solstice (Yoga) in Times Square. Finding the balance within during times of transition.
known as the Goddess or Fiery Angle Pose. The feminine divine strikes balance between nurture and nature, mother and warrior.
Digital Infrared photography captures the light our eyes can’t see. Grace is the curving of lines and bending of will. Still the mind and you will see it everywhere.
Align with the divine.
Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana
Pigeons mate for life, and have a mysterious ability to find their way home. May our unconditional love guide us to the truth.
The peaceful warrior finds calm within the chaos of life, and chooses the right action for each situation through awareness and compassion.
Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra III.1 देशबन्धश्चित्तस्य धारणा॥१॥ deśa-bandhaḥ cittasya dhāraṇā