This video with Tucker Tyrrell discusses yoga as an introduction to other healing methodologies and how a traumatic injury ignited his path. A great example of how we need to continue studying. … Interview with Tucker Tyrrell
Last year, while I was driving home from Seattle Washington, I got a call asking if I would teach a couple classes… at 6am.
The truth is, I wasn’t super excited about the prospect of getting up that early, and I couldn’t imagine many students would either But having been traveling for almost a year, I decided to take the opportunity to … Five Benefits to Early Morning Yoga
The idea of a National Yoga Day is a great step forward to raising the vibration of the world; distributing the beauty, harmony, and transcendence of yoga. Looking at all the events at major gatherings and studios, there’s a bunch of opportunities to “celebrate” yoga today.
But, for many of us, … 4 Ways to Celebrate National Yoga Day.
Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect.wabi-sabi
You hear a lot of talk about energy in yoga classes, but it’s rare that anyone actually brings up the Prana Vayus.
Basically, energy moves in five general ways, “directions,” or paths. They’re the Prana Vayus… or literally … The Winds of Yoga (Prana Vayus)
It’s OK to drift along for a bit, as long as it’s not to avoid work, but to enjoy the absence of a desire.Hunter S. Thompson
Research has shown that one of the keys to true and lasting happiness is a belief in the way the world works. Well, at least something a little more positive than “heading towards chaos.”
One of the prominent belief systems that supports the philosophy of yoga is that the universe runs in cycles. Specifically, … Destruction, Creation, & the New Year
This video with Mason Pain, talks about how yoga helps build tools to work in the world, a good discussion about asteya, and how the theory of yoga carries into life theories and beliefs like politics. … Interview with Mason Pain
The difference between what we think and who we think we are vs. who we actually are is the gap that our “work” should close. Most of us have honest and good beliefs. But, we don’t often act in a way that mirrors those beliefs. Truly, we operate from an attempt to “gain” in this physical world instead of “gain” in the spiritual world. … Who are you? (niyamas)