Surya namaskar, the Sun Salutation, is one of my all-time favorite flows. It’s enlivening and rejuvenating.
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When most of us think about yoga we typically picture flexible bodies performing a series of poses, striving to reach new physical achievements. But how often do we consider how yoga can offer us a more flexible mind, or reaching new heights of spiritual experience?
I’m sitting at a bus stop on the side of a busy city street, having stumbled from the mall into the sunlight, head in my hands. I’m hungry, stressed out, stiff and sore, but mostly I’m overwhelmed. I just want to crawl back to my couch and hide behind my computer.
I knew going into a ten-day silent retreat with my husband in tow that any expectations I had would just get in the way of the experience. And yet, I found myself convinced that it would mark some profound , world-shifting change between us.
“The beauty you see in me is a reflection of you.” – Vanna Bonta If there is one thing about travel that really puts the ache in my bones, it’s being out of sync with the clock.
Sometimes when I talk about my yoga experiences with friends on Facebook, I forget how strange it must all seem to them.
I like meat. I like meat a lot. In my experience over the past few years I know that eating a moderate protein and high-fat diet from healthy and well-raised animal products is when I feel my best.
I’ll admit it: I was first drawn to tantra because of the sexy. In fact, it took me several years to really put together the connection between what I knew as “yoga” and what I learned about as “tantra” in a new age world.