Yoga means Union, and refers to regaining the connection between everything we think is separate. This illusion of separateness of things, resides in our mind and our mind only. We see black and white, good and bad, light and dark, worry and happiness. We see body and mind… Continue reading
One of Abyasa’s beautiful students came up to me the other week joyfully cheering how she was able to step her foot forward in between her hands from Adho Mukha Svanasana (downward facing dog) without touching the ground. -‘It just happened!’. A great step, that opens the door for the next step to be taken.
It reminded me of my first padmasana (lotus… Continue reading
! Happy new yoga.. eh year !
I would really like to start by saying thank you. Thank you all for creating Abyasa Yoga with
One of the questions asked a lot in class is: how often should I do yoga? Or, better said, how often should I practice asana’s and come to class?
The answer is easy. And…. not so easy :). ‘Yoga’, as a way of living, can be done at any point in time – always. From simple things like watching the way you breathe when you… Continue reading