#1 I AM NOT FLEXIBLE You don’t have to be a human pretzel to practice yoga. You begin where you are and gradually make progress. #2
Very often, particularly in the west yoga has come to mean the physical postures associated with contortions of the body. Yoga is much more. The
“Place this salt in water and bring it here tomorrow morning”. The boy did. “Where is that salt?” his father asked? “I do not see
Head, neck and Shoulders These places attract stress and over time we may develop chronic pain in these areas. Try these yoga hacks: Lift up
Any yogi worth their salt carries her/his own mat to class – for hygiene purposes as well as the familiar sweaty personal relationship you have with your own mat!!
A strong spine equals to more vitality, increase in levels of energy, better flexibility and stability. However in almost every asana class I attend or teach I find some people with pain in the back.
I enjoy studying with my teachers and truly love class practice. But like me, at some point in your journey, you may also want a practice that goes where you do ~ beyond the confines of the classroom.