Well MindLife recently gave me the opportunity to dance with some uncomfortable dance partners. When I say opportunity, what I really mean is I just got untangled from some unexpected emotions with names such as, “false perception” and “confusion”.
I hear myself saying "your yoga" many times during a class to encourage students to find "their" way through a vinyasa, or in a specific pose. As my teaching evolves, and as my student population continues to vary in physical capabilities, as well as limitations, I find that I question the notion of traditional teachings, for appropriate and safe practices. Does this mean that I am no longer being true to yoga, or is yoga, as a spiritual practice, meant to evolve? I would like to think that ancient yogis understood the practice of yoga as a part o
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Everyone's been there at some point. You know you need to workout, but you have no motivation to do so. Your excuses are endless...I don't have the time. I don't have anyone to watch the kids. I can't workout with the kids. Its too late. It's too early. I want to watch this show....the list goes on!
When I get in a funk like that, I look for some motivational inspiration. These days you don't have to look far for such inspiration. The Olympics have plenty to spare.