I have just begun a 90 day vipassana course — it is online at http://www.vipassana.com/course/. I have been wanting to go to a 10 day course, but can’t fit it into my schedule, so decided to enroll in the online version now rather than wait. So far it seems well organized with good resources. Andrew has a lovely British accent to complement the audio guidance. I have made a commitment...
21 Things That Will Help You If Over 40 And... →
getyouryogaon: Great advice for all 40-something yogis, whether you practice Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Hatha and all other styles of yoga.
Challenge Tip Don’t be in a hurry to do a big pose. Just continue to practice...– Day 18 - Yoga 21 Days Challenge (via ydeyoga)
With Age, Men May Lose Thinking Ability Faster... →
More reason for men to practice yoga — staying healthy physically and mentally seems to help.
Yoga Etiquette →
getyouryogaon: In no particular order: Enter as a whisper - use your inside voice Take your shoes off - not only is it hygenic, it’s tradition No talking - If you have a question or need to tell the instructor something, that is understandable and welcomed, but chatting it up with your friends about your day side by side on your mats, not cool. Yoga + gum = a major negative No cell phones...
Yoga Etiquette: Part Two →
getyouryogaon: Dippin’ out during Corpse/Savasana: It’s our time for the absorption of the practice. It’s also the release of the practice, don’t cheat yourself or others of this pose. Give the 411 of old and new injuries: I think the student who has practiced more than a few times, should let the instructor know about injuries or any physical limitations prior to class. However, I fully...
The quieter you become, the more you can hear.– Ram Dass (via lazyyogi)
If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we,...– Thich Nhat Hanh (via ifellover)
If the breath is smooth and has continuity, the āsana will be beneficial.– The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice by T. K. V. Desikachar (via whollyyoga)
Sadie Nardini responds to "How Yoga Can Wreck Your... →
I have had the pleasure of taking several courses with Sadie Nardini, and have completed her core vinyasa training. As usual, she does not mince words, and motivates us all to be our best selves.