When I started learning about therapeutic yoga from Susi Hately, I noticed this question was coming up a lot. What support is needed? What is the support that would create enough safety to move with ease, to have less pain, to relax, and to reveal what’s possible? I often find that I don’t know. But… Continue reading Practice tip: What support is needed?
Category: Yoga off the mat
Photo by Vlada Karpovich on Pexels.com I find I turn to Mary Oliver's poetry a lot at the turn of the seasons. No one quite captures the lessons of each time of year the way she does. Here's one of her poems as we head into summer: Just as the Calendar Began to Say Summer… Continue reading On Unlearning
Santosha: The antidote to self-improvement
Photo by freestocks.org on Pexels.com We’re entering New Year's Resolution time, the season of self-improvement. All around us, folks are plunging into their efforts to better themselves by losing weight, getting in shape, reading more, cleaning their house, being more organized, and many similar projects. Just around the corner is the season of failure, falling… Continue reading Santosha: The antidote to self-improvement
Fresh Take Friday: On Letting Go
Happy Friday! Today we're taking a fresh look at... well... Fresh Take Fridays, your to-do list, yoga itself, the sacred art of rest, non-attachment, and taking your yoga off the mat. Yoga has become so synonymous with the achievement of poses in the West that many people aren't aware that the term yoga refers to… Continue reading Fresh Take Friday: On Letting Go