I read this article written by Tim Miller, a well-respected and devoted Ashtanga teacher in Encinitas. In the article, he talks about the transformative power of the Ashtanga yoga in terms of asana practice and describes pretty clearly the eight-limbed path or philosophy of the Ashtanga system and how they are intertwined. Thoughts?
Estes Park, COI've lived in Southern California for about 13 years now and winter here is definitely not the winter I experienced in Washington State. At the moment my mother reports a 'balmy' 22 degrees in my hometown (that's farenheit not celcius) and there is snow on the ground and the "north-easter's a blowin" and … Continue reading Winter Song
"I used to have a sign pinned up on my wall that read: 'Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible be found in us." — Pema Chödrön (When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times) I can get really caught up in my … Continue reading Someone else’s shoes
I had to share this.Like a lot of people, money continues to be a struggle for me. It was difficult for me to write the newsletter this month about finances. As a yoga teacher, I try to incorporate the ideas, aka practice what I preach. The art of allowing for space for abundance in my life. The idea … Continue reading Spiritually fed