The curiosity towards yoga often begins with an attraction to its outer shell. You see it everywhere on social media, in movies, in books, in popular culture, in trends.
You’ve just finished teaching an exquisite sequence to a class of sterling yoga students, and today’s post-Hatha vibe feels particularly positive…
It’s Friday night at my apartment. I light some candles, throw on some tunes, and strip down to my skibbies. Things are about to get sexy. It’s yoga time, baby.
Ever reached that point when everything around you is falling apart and you need a serious break? Most of us, especially in busy cities with equally busy lives, feel that way!
The best idea was flying in from Australia a day ahead of the training to have a chance too settle in. It allowed me to also take in a 7am …
Let’s talk environment because if you really want grow, change your life and feel more joyful and healthy then it’s important you take into account how your environment affects you.
We all know exercise is KING. But what we sometimes fail to realize is that without proper follow-through, all attempts are worthless. Many people approach exercise with a mindset of “I’ve got to do this” rather than “I want to do this”.
Most people under achieve in life, stay stuck in negative patterns, repeat habits and feel disconnected because of the thoughts and the voice inside their head. In the end they don’t believe that can achieve anything more then what they already have.
Teach with candor. Be frank and honest about yourself and share your experiences, even if that experience is nervousness. Most people can already tell how you are feeling by observing you.
Let’s remember Yoga is a system of techniques and information we use for physical and spiritual liberation and is designed to be accessible. Some aspects of it then will be generalizations, in fact, all forms all generalizations, but helpful for pointing us in the correct direction.
There is a theme in all subjects as they come from their origin to modern day understanding and applications. The older the subject the more this seems to be true. It is simply evolution. Knowledge is adapted to present day understanding and needs.
Karma is an ancient Sanskrit word that literally means action. Within the backdrop of Vedantic and buddhist philosophy, and the growing momentum of humans to experience the workings of the universe and our own spirituality, it has more connotations.