3 Ways to bounce back using Yoga and the Chakras.
Times can be hard, with the economy the way it is & trying to make ends meet, we can feel overwhelmed & under motivated. But just as the economy will bounce back, so can we. We have the capacity to be resilient. Taken from the article by Sally Kempton http://www.yogajournal.com/article/health/bouncing-back/ (a great read on the subject & motivation for this blog) “The very sound of the word resilience captures its bouncy, rubbery quality. Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary
Attachment & Aversion: can you walk the path between?
We seem to know what we like & what we don’t. We avoid things we find uncomfortable & are drawn to things that give us comfort. In our life we are constantly reacting to things we are attracted to & averse to. But another person may find the same things you are attracted to unpleasant & those that you are averse to very pleasurable. What makes us like & dislike things and why can we feel so strongly about it? It tends to be the experiences we have had in the past & our
Here is a re-post of an article I wrote on May 6, 2016. Can you create juicy joints? After a yoga class do you feel less stiff, more fluid, as if your body had been replenished? Or, do you feel achiness in your joints in the hours or days following your practice? The difference may be in where you are moving from in your various asana (postures) during your yoga practice, or how deep your are moving. Looking at your joints & moving them in a comfortable range of motion i
Balance - even on a Monday morning :)
Balance, a subject I come back to time & time again, as it is so difficult for us to find it in this fast paced world. This weekly blog is a bit late, as I needed to find a bit of balance, as I had a overly busy Friday & weekend with my family. Balance is knowing when you need to adapt your schedule when it’s needed, so here I am, writing on a Monday morning instead…. How do we find more balance in our lives? We always seem to be running from one thing to another & perhaps