Celebrate your own sacred architecture with the ‘Pyramid Pose’ — Toronto Star | Yoga by instructor YuMee Chung – at the Aga Khan Museum with the Ismaili Centre at background

Inspired by the crystalline structure above Toronto’s Ismaili Centre, this pose require a lot of practice.

Yoga instructor YuMee Chung demonstrates a daring Pyramid Pose at the Aga Khan Museum.(ANNE-MARIE JACKSON)

Yoga instructor YuMee Chung demonstrates a daring Pyramid Pose at the Aga Khan Museum.(ANNE-MARIE JACKSON)

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The practice of yoga is based on the geometry of the human body and the natural world we inhabit. Our dramatic version of the classic Pyramid Pose was inspired by the asymmetrical crystalline structure that soars above the prayer hall at Toronto’s Ismaili Centre. This pose requires lots of practice, so please be patient with yourself and consider each step along the way a celebration of your own sacred architecture.

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