Despite heavily promoted myths of instant transformation, coming home to the body is a long process that requires patience, trust, and compassion.
We’re not getting freedom from confinement for at least another month. So it’s a perfect time to explore how we can find freedom within the confinement.
Home lock-down is uncomfortable, disruptive, and uncertain in duration. We’re all going to need a hefty dose of Adhiṭṭhāna to pull through this one.
Vision, indeed our productivity in general, is an embodied practice. The body holds the key to understanding our nature, if we only know how to read it.
On the longest night of the year, instead of lighting a candle or cursing the darkness, why not embrace the darkness? Here are 7 rituals to embrace the darkness of winter.
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.