Posts tagged yoga philosophy
What I'm healing

When I consider all the weighty issues that I am healing within myself and my students, I keep getting stuck on that word... healing.  To call me a "healer" is a bold statement. 

I am not a person who enjoys telling others what to do. Hilariously, some students despise that I refuse to take the seat of a commander or an all-knowing guru. I refuse to be on a pedestal. It’s not that I don’t have life-transforming healing practices to share with my students.

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Finding Resonance

What resonates with you?  At our subtlest layer, we are composed of movement and vibration. We use the word "vibe" to describe feeling this truth. Good vibes, bad vibes, vibing together... We can sense moods, intentions, health, and illness. The yoga practice is one of aligning our inner vibration with the vibration of healing and love — these vibes are our truest nature.

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Three books every yogi must read

These are enlightening books that seemingly have nothing to do with yoga. And yet, they have *everything* to do with yoga.

Yoga is a practice of seeing the world through a liberating and expansive lens. The Craft adopts a yogic philosophy that is reinforced by—and in alignment with—science, nature, and poetry.

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