Christine talks about the value of home yoga practice and finding the courage to do a personal practice.
Where is your yoga practice going? There is a lot of media coverage on yoga that promises yoga will provide just about every benefit under the sun. And the exciting part is that actual research backs up many of those claims. Yoga can certainly provide many physical health and wellness benefits. Ashtanga yoga in particular will definitely increase physical strength …
There is a never-ending process of unfolding that happens when you engage with earning the Ashtanga practice. I’m still surprised by the practice and what the tools of the practice show me as I incorporate them in new ways into my own life. At the beginning though, when you’re first starting, it’s not uncommon to feel a bit disoriented or …
Christine shares how she finds the intentions of gratitude and generosity in yoga practice through the opening and closing chants.
Jonathan shares his experience practicing while traveling and some guidelines for being a considerate traveling yogi.
Christine discusses how practicing yoga with curiosity and an attitude of open enquiry can help root us in the present moment.
If you missed our yoga conference at the end of July, you missed a great discussion on Eddie Stern’s new book on yoga, One Simple Thing. In this post, I’ll try to summarize the highlights of the discussion for those who couldn’t make it. I would encourage anyone with an interest in yoga to read Eddie’s new book. It’s one …
Jonathan describes his experience with depression using the metaphor of the post-apocalyptic landscape and the zombie apocalypse. He describes how Ashtanga yoga has helped him in tough times.
Christine discusses what strength means in the context of an Ashtanga practice and where it comes from.
Christine answers a question about how to practice yoga. She discusses the benefits of self-practice as well as the benefits of practicing in community.