This is SUCH an interesting article with such good information! Jill Miller, founder of Yoga Tune Up®, presents an excellent perspective, discussing how your breath is not the only indicator of how you're doing in a yoga pose. I find this to be particularly important to the more flexible students and find that in yoga classes, it's often the very flexible people who say, "I'm not feeling anything," when in fact, they may have been taking their body beyond its natural ROM (range of motion) for so long, their body's sensors have lost the ability to feel. I'm paraphrasing Jill here, but I have seen it time and time again. Read this and be honest: could this be you?
The magic of last night's rainbow here in Boston left me filled with optimism about my own life. Here's a short story about its appearance.
The Rainbow Connection: Boston June 17, 2013 barebonesyoga.com If you grew up with Kermit the Frog, you know the song, “The Rainbow Connection.” It’s a beautiful song about “lovers, dreamers and me.” It’s about listening to your dreams, your intuition a...
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The Rainbow Connection: Boston June 17, 2013Excerpt:
If you grew up with Kermit the Frog, you know the song, “The Rainbow Connection.” It’s a beautiful song about “lovers, dreamers and me.” It’s about listening to your dreams, your intuition and following your heart. Well, last night, all of us here in Boston were connected through the appearance of such a rainbow.
Before the rainbow, though, there was dark sky and pounding rain. I ...
Four common questions about yoga practiceExcerpt:
I’ve noticed a similar string of questions from students lately. Perhaps you’ve had some of these questions as a student or maybe you’ve been asked some of these as a teacher. One of the things that’s important to keep in mind is that answering questions about yoga practice is a very individualized thing and the answers will vary depending on who you ask and their experience.