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
Practice and all will come
India. Listening to the Guru speak about the practice. Tears in my eyes, because I felt understood. Listening to a person, and not ‘just someone’, describing the path Im walking. Gratitude for feeling understood without having to say a single word. All we have… Continue reading
We want to learn how to slow down our breathing, we want to find a relief to the pain in our back, we would like more flexibility in our hamstrings, we would like less stress, more strength, some time to ourselves, because we have discovered that yoga is one of the most… Continue reading
Sthira Sukham Asanam
Asana is steady and comfortable. Performed with willingness as well as acceptance. Firm as well as pleasant. Strong as well as relaxed. Maintained with effort as well as ease.
To those of you whom have heard of, read or even studied the Yoga Sutra’s of Patanjali, sthira sukham asanam, is probably one… Continue reading