Yoga isn’t something you can be “good” at or “bad” at. It’s something everyone can do, regardless of flexibility or strength levels.
Many people come to yoga expecting a workout. What they discover, if they stay long enough, is that yoga is a work-in.
When you feel like you’re riding the never ending ferris wheel of looping thoughts and overthinking, try this.
The age-old wisdom to “start where you are and stay there,” seems antithetical to the concept of growth. How can we move forward if we stay where we are?
Yoga often gets promoted as a physical practice, but the poses are merely a set-up for the practice of yoga.
Balancing with your eyes closed is extremely difficult. One small shift makes it easy — if you’re willing to trust.
When intense emotions and situations arise, our impulse is often to retreat, physically and mentally. Staying is the hardest part.