Exploring Mula Bandha

By Susi Hately, B.Sc. Kinesology, C-IAYT Yoga Therapist

Exploring Mula Bandha is a small pet project that I have wanted to create for some time now. Why? Because Mula Bandha is one of those yoga concepts that can be tricky to experience and as a result easily misunderstood. Subtle and simple, many people are missing what is possible. So, it goes without saying that I am particularly excited to have interviewed three long time yoga practitioners who have lengthy experience exploring and teaching mula bandha.

Typically mula bandha is taught as a cue for core stability training. With these three interviews, you will learn that this technique is much more than a physical plane conversation. You will learn three different approaches and perspectives on the importance of mula bandha and the “what”, the “how” and the “why even bother”.

Enjoy these three interviews with Leslie Kaminoff, Richard Miller and Leigh Blashki. All can be listened to here, and/or you can also receive links to download the audio onto your device. Just input your details below and we’ll send you the link. There is no cost to download. Enjoy.

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Leslie Kaminoff – yogaanatomy.org



Richard Miller – irest.us




Leigh Blashki – australianyogatherapy.com.au





Here is where you can input your details to receive the download links. And as always, if you have a suggestion for someone else I should interview whether on mula bandha or another topic of interest, please share it below.

Happy exploring,