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Bob Dylan Yoga to Stay Forever Young

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Happy Birthday Bob Dylan! The forever on tour, traveling folk troubadour is celebrating his born day today and we wanted to honor our favorite Minnesotan songwriter with a little Dylan-inspired yoga sequence. Is he a yogadork? Oh, he is in our hearts for sure! How else wold he stay “forever young”? Heh.

Your Bob Dylan Yoga Sequence

House of the Risin’ Sun Salutations (of course!)

A Hard Plank’s Gonna Fall lower gracefully to Chaturanga Dandasana

Tangled Up in Baddha Parsvakonasana

Most Likely You’ll Go Your Way and I’ll Do the Bind

Simple Twist of Feet, Garudasana (eagle pose)

Positively 4th Tree (repeat both sides twice, natch)

Talkin’ World Warrior III Blues

Mr. Tambourine hanuMANasana

Blowin’ in the Wind-Relieving Pose

The Freewheelin’ Urdhva Dhanur-dylan-asana

Like a Rolling Salamba Sirsasana

Lay Lady Lay in Savasana

Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right…and Left, Alternate Nostril Breathing

Bringing It All Back Om

“May you have a strong foundation when the wind of changes shift…”

Things we love: This Dylan-inspired yoga playlist via blog.corticooper.com

In The Morning – Nina Simone
Meet Me in The Morning – Bob Dylan
Buckets of Rain – Bob Dylan
Dangling Conversation – Simon & Garfunkel
Wildflowers – Tom Petty
One – Johnny Cash
Shelter From the Storm – Bob Dylan
Cry Baby Cry – Beatles
Man In Black – Johnny Cash
I Shall Be Released – Nina Simone
Just a Closer Walk with Thee – Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash
I Wish I knew How It would Feel To Be Free – Nina Simone
Girl From the North Country – Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash
Son of a Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield
Pale Blue Eyes – The Velvet Underground
Bird on A Wire – Johnny Cash
Suzanne – Nina Simone



6 comments… add one
  • Ha ha…well done Dork…:)

  • Dylan is the consumate yogi in my opinion. Never defined by others expectations, always adapting, constantly evolving … and bringing forth timeless classics for us to enjoy. Happy Birthday Bob!

  • Good job Dork!I follow you buddy.

  • Oh yes, Yoga Dork!!! I’m in hysterics of this fun. :)))))

  • Love it. I was a folk singer in high school when Bob Dylan first came to prominence as folk singer. I used to sing some of these songs!


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