Tag "yoga philosophy"

Stop Letting Go

Is letting go a bad thing? Here is one yoga teacher’s perspective on how holding on to challenging experiences can help you grow.

A Picture Perfect Yoga Lesson: The 8 Limbs

Forget what you think you know about yoga for a moment, and just consider that there maybe is a different perspective. The words you are about to read are true, I know this because I lived them. Life is perspective, but yoga is everywhere.

Why Bother? What’s the Point? Yoga, Happening Now

The journey of yoga is designed to guide a student from identifying as their ego, to identifying as their soul. An in depth look at yoga…

Separate But Not Apart – A Kosha Breakdown

In Yoga philosophy, there are five koshas, or layers of the human being identified. Here is an in depth explanation of this interesting truth.

Yoga Bhavadhara Part One…Making the Case for a New Form of Yoga

T. Krishnamacharya, the grandfather of Modern Postural Yoga, made the following intriguing statements in his book Yoga Makaranda in 1935, “It is not true that those people [Westerners] are not

3 Reasons Why Millennials Must Create a New Form of Yoga

1. Millennial age yogis and yoginis often value: social activism, the right to choose one’s identity, and they denounce marginalizing or discriminatory actions/speech. Yet, they still may not have transcended

Yoga Bhavadhara Part Two…A New Yoga for a Constantly New You

There are eight components to the Yoga Bhavadhara program out of respect for the longstanding tradition of “8 limbs,” steps, or auxiliaries in ancient India. However, the eight categories are

Your Brain On Yoga – Yoga for The Mind

  Yoga is holistic discipline and it teaches that nothing is wholly physical and that nothing is entirely mental. It emphasizes the unceasing interplay between mind and body. Anyone who