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Practice and Non-Attachment

February 28, 2019 12:32 am Published by 1 Comment

Like most parents, I remember when my son took his very first steps. He was so keen and focused that the moment was charged with electricity. There was no destination. There wasn’t pride with each step or fall. It was magic experienced fully. We can’t become toddlers again but through our Yoga practice we can relearn how to fully experience the present moment with a child-like curiosity without attachments of fears or inhibitions we developed... View Article

Why I Love a Yin Practice.

February 2, 2019 12:11 am Published by Comments Off on Why I Love a Yin Practice.

Part One   There are many benefits of a more gentle Yin Yoga class but what Yin Yoga and how does it compare to a more vigorous Vinyasa FLow or Yang style? Yin and Yang comes from Chinese Philosophy whereby everything in the universe in an inseparable and contradictory opposite. Yin may be described as the coolness of the moon and Yang is like the heat of the sun: for example, light and dark, old... View Article

Is there a right way to do Yoga?

January 4, 2019 3:18 am Published by Comments Off on Is there a right way to do Yoga?

It is frequently said that there is a ‘right’ way and a ‘wrong’ way to do Yoga. While some may think that getting hurt is ‘wrong’ and others may consider feeling good ‘right,’ Yoga is neither ‘right’ nor ‘wrong.’ Ironically, we rarely think of our way as being ‘wrong’; though, we may not necessarily think we are doing it ‘right.’ In effect, by naming and categorizing we unintentionally perpetuate societal roles that are confusing and... View Article