The profound power of being inflexible – A Guide on Discovering Asana Without Extreme Flexibility
Through the use of props, breathwork, and connecting the physical with the experiential, true strength and flexibility can be achieved over time. This power of inflexibility should not be underestimated and can be a powerful tool in one’s asana practice.
Compassionately Understanding the Unique Challenges of Everyone’s Body
It is important that as teachers and practitioners we make the effort to understand why certain poses may feel more difficult for certain people and how we can best serve their individual needs. With an open heart and mindful attention, we can create a safe and supportive environment for everyone’s unique healing.
The Practice of Asana: Reflection, Conviction, and Ahimsa
engaging in an asana practice, regardless if it is active or only thought-based, can provide an individual with greater insight into the power of yoga and into themselves.
How Making Errors in Asana Practice Can Prime Yogis to Have Compassion in Life
It can be challenging to accept and integrate mistakes into our own experiences and those of others; we can use our asana practice to not only develop an appreciation of our own fragility and mistakes, but also to better understand the fragility of others.
Starting with One Minute of Meditation Can Lead to a Longer and Sustainable Practice
Embarking on a meditation practice, even for as little as one minute, can be extremely beneficial to one’s mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
Cultivating Compassion in Every Sun Salutation
In this article, we have explored how yoga, and more specifically sun salutations, can offer us the opportunity to cultivate and express compassion. This practice is not only beneficial to ourselves, but also to others as it helps to open