In this post, I share some of my own experience with depression, processing through Ceremony and the value in doing this difficult but life-changing work.
Yoga Therapy, chikitsa, isn’t a promised land. It isn’t a state of perfection to be reached. It is an application to be used in every moment, in each pose and at any time.
Right now, ask yourself:
What is one kind thing I can do for myself right now?
On the road to mastering any given task, there is a plateau that can bring down even those with the strongest willpower.
This series builds towards day 5 exploring different themes every day as you progress through the week. Each session has down levels and injury modifications to work through, so no matter what level you are, there is something for you to enjoy.
Every class that I teach has an intent. Every day I have an intent. This simple process has given shape to a greater intent, one that will be a driving force from behind, a goal to work to.
This class sequence can range from 90 minutes to two hours depending on how long spent on the balance poses.
Forrest Yoga presents lots of strategies for working pain-free, it is one of the principles that drew me to the practice.
Their time at the studio and in my class has become a cherished time for them and for me. So why is it important that they get that time?
You guys all stepped up to the mark and took on board the Forrest Yoga basic moves, even though for most it wasn’t your practice! Thank you so much for that. Until next time when we can play together some more.