Taking the pain out of “growing pains.”
The body has an amazing ability to adapt to circumstances. Over time, it grooves new patterns of operating. We call these habits. And breaking them is the most challenging task we face.
If you find yourself constantly in motion — running around, always busy, always thinking and doing — I encourage you to try a Yin practice.
Doing less can be a surprisingly difficult challenge. It turns out that it also comes bundled with some other challenges.
When we outsource tracking of our physical body to third party apps and devices, we lose touch with our intuition and our ability to communicate with our bodies.
Yin yoga may not look like a “workout,” but don’t underestimate it. It will challenge you like few other workouts, by forcing you to be in your discomfort without escaping.
We often believe that we must work harder to get better results. But what if that’s not true?