One of the aspects of mind-body centering and the yoga asana teaching I’ve gotten from that lineage, is that the first question you ask yourself is whether you are safe–usually a given if attending a yoga workshop.
If you’re not safe, then you should be addressing that and not going further towards some particular practice exploration. Everyone deserves to be safe enough to explore mind-body-spirit.
I started working before it was light and then took some time to stretch and move when it started to get light, and the sky was all sorts of pretty colors.
What are you going to do about it?
On my way to a weekend in Philadelphia to attend a weekend yoga asana workshop with Desiree Rumbaugh, I left the house an hour early and stopped at the people’s Filibuster.
I was working late, but comfortably in my beautiful study at home, when the light shifted in such a way that I was called to move quickly out onto the sleeping porch. This is what I paused to witness before going back to my desk:
Today, before going to Georgetown to volunteer at the Lantern, I went to the morning session of the weekend workshop at Yoga Shala with Ross Rayburn. It was delightful to practice with people from the Anusara days, and to witness how we have grown and shifted
To reach liberation of spirit (moksha), according to various yoga teachings, takes a lot of effort (tapas).
US Supreme Court, September 24, 2018