I celebrate this lineage today. For the first time, I taught an official 60 minute ashtanga yoga class to a small group! It wasn't flawless but it was still a pretty amazing experience, bringing me one step closer to being a confident yoga instructor. It actually went a lot better then I had anticipated. It must have been all the good vibes I had asked for the other day, thank you thank you! I continue to learn and continue to grow, everyday. One step at a time, as for today, today was a leap :DRead More
“The beauty of life is that you can start again” |
Prior to this program, I got to a point where I felt so mentally drained, I had given all of my “Prana” to a lifestyle, which over the years had taken more from me then it gave in return. Slowly this permanence brought me to my lowest of lows, like a small weighted anchor ever so gradually ebbing down into the a dark abyss of the mind, where anxieties and worries flourished. I had everything, but felt nothing...Read More
A bit of vinyasa flow. For how many years I've been doing yoga, I am actually new to this style of yoga as of this last month. The idea of one breath for each movement, like a dance. Each time I vinyasa getting a bit faster and more fluid.Read More
There comes a time, when the mantra “let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go…” needs to stay on repeat in your head. Or one of my favorite mantras, “send him love, then drop it, send him love, then drop it...” and even, for good measure, “forgive him, forgive yourself, and let it go, forgive him, forgive yourself, and LET IT GO…”Read More
Victor E. Frankl states:
We can discover the meaning of life in three different ways: (1) by creating work or doing a deed; (2) by experiencing something or encountering someone; and (3) by the attitude we take toward unavoidable suffering.