Rest is a skill like any other. And the only way to improve a skill is to practice it.
Yoga is so much more than twisting your body into shapes or flowing through poses on the mat. What happens on your mat is just the starting place for the real practice of yoga.
You can’t teach what you don’t have, so you must cultivate this within yourself to give it to others.
Progress is the holy grail of any endeavor. We seek to chart it, measure it, and chase it around every corner. The problem is that we don’t know what it looks like.
Deepening in your yoga practice has nothing to do with sweating more or pushing harder. It may be the opposite of what you think.
The poses are not a goal; they are a tool. The practice is about how you use this tool, both on and off the mat.
For most of my life, I have been at war with my body. It’s time to stop the fighting.