The Roots Of a Practice
I am a naturally curious person, which means that I love to learn but I easily shift areas of interest and focus. Consistency does not come naturally to me, but I am beginning to realize the necessity of a stable and grounded "touchstone" in my life.
Within my yoga practice I am always curious, searching for new sensations, new expressions, new depths. But I need to balance this curiosity with a simple, consistent and stable foundational practice that does not change. It will become the rock on which my practice is built; the roots from which my branches of curiosity can extend. Without stable roots, too many branches will topple the whole thing.
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This journal honors my ongoing experience with the practice, study and teaching of yoga.
1) Sridaiva Yoga: Good Intention But Imbalanced
2) Understanding Chair Posture
2) Why I Don't Use Sanskrit or Say Namaste
3) The Meaningless Drudgery of Physical Yoga
5) Beyond Bikram: Why This Is a Great Time For Ghosh Yoga