Having just returned from a yoga retreat as the final chapter of my current yoga teacher training course, I am feeling a sense of renewed spirit. It’s not especially surprising that this happens when you have no distractions of work, home, social activities, etc., and you’re there to concentrate on deepening your practice. However, to
How many times I catch myself saying this. But what I keep reminding myself of, is that we make our choices based on the information we have at the time. And becoming fixed on wishing things were different because we know something new now, only wastes valuable time in the present. It’s good to reflect
This video shows Scorpion Pose (Vrshikasana), an advanced inversion practised in yoga. After several weeks of turning my world upside down I recently accomplished this pose free-standing. Of course, the full pose requires the feet to touch the head, but that’s the next challenge for me.
Walls make great props when practising yoga, especially inversions.
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During my latest dental appointment my dentist and I chatted about yoga and how he has some friends who practice. He said he’d tried it once but the teacher was so forceful about him keeping up with his speed and routine, and was threatened with being sent away if he couldn’t keep up, that he