This is a great self-inquiry question to reflect on.
I could go on and on, but those are the first ones that popped up.
It's an interesting question.
How are you moving? How would you like to move? What's the expression on your face? How's your posture?
If we are not aware and mindful of how we are living now and into the years ahead, we will miss so many chances to realize that we actually have choices.
I'd rather be Present in my life and realize I have choices than to let my conditioned mind guide my choices. What about you?
I would love to hear how you would like to...
In mid July I fell and fractured my knee cap. Yea, what a great thing for a yoga teacher to do, eh?!
Luckily it was a non-displaced fracture which means my bone stayed together so I didn't need surgery......yay!
I've had a daily practice of some sort for over the past year and a half now. A steady practice meaning every, single day.
My practice includes some or all of the following:
Forming this practice stemmed from the many years I dealt with and suffered from anxiety. Then once I become a yoga teacher my practice evolved a bit. Then again it evolved and changed and become significantly more consistent after I took a yoga & Ayurveda Teacher Training. Now, like I said above, I practice every single day. Some days a shorter practice. Some days a longer practice. But I do something.
It's story time again.....
Here's Part 3 of where I got the name WHAT'S YOUR MUD?
And why not take a deep breath while you're here.......ahhh!
Ps. I first shared this 4-part story on Instagram with their 1-minute video limit so that's why I ran out of time :).
Shoulders, wrists, core, hips, spine, back strength, flexibility, Oh My!!!!
Arm balances have always been tough for me. I've had to work on my hip flexibility and shoulder stability and strength a lot to be able to do a couple of them.
Bakasana (Crow), and Parsva Bakasana (Side Crow) are 2 arm balances that I can do. Others I'm working on and a few more advanced ones I think may have to wait until the next life time, lol, and I'm totally fine with that.
Plus, as I always say to the other yogis in my classes, it's not about getting into the main pose; that's not always our goal. And in class sometimes we don't even get to the 'peak' pose and I'm totally fine with that (hopefully the folks in the class are too!)
For me what's most important is to teach how to strengthen the body areas that are involved in the peak pose as well as to understand the actions needed to prepare for and execute the pose and warm up the body overall to get there.
If in class we...
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