A letter from a woman on the ground in Japan - Click to read, share with your friends.
I've been open to the new coming into my life, but there was no clear path out for what no longer had a place, the flow impeded by...
click above link to see Reviews and links to samples of music you've been hearing in class:
"Waiting with me were a couple of chain-smoking, real-deal hells angels, they in their 'uniforms' and me in mine." Click to see the whole story:
In the spirit of thanksgiving, Here's how to express words of gratitude in 50 languages:
Every few thousand years, a good book comes along. Patanjali, often called the father of classical yoga was the first known person to gather the knowledge of Yoga and write it down, penning the Yoga Sutras. See this list of must-have translations, and a video of Krishnamacharya practicing at 50 years old in 1938.
Our Yoga community is teeming with such talented and connected artists. I just had to share Jill C's latest painting: Click to See Jill's Tree of Life.
I've often said in class, we're looking to become centered enough to accept a speeding ticket and a winning lottery ticket with the same grace. From this article in the Boston Herald, perhaps Cambridge is on to something: Be sure to see the link for the year of free yoga contest! -j
This film is of Henriques, amazing contortionist and Acro-Yoga pioneer back in 1944:
Tapas is most often the doing part of Yoga, that bit of extra effort that makes us stronger... but for someone who tends to overdo, Tapas could mean doing less, say, resting in a child's pose for a few breaths. Be sure to see the attached photo.