Teaching yoga to children and youth can be really inspiring. It takes you away from your comfort zone into the land of unpredictable – and that can be absolutely illuminating! Hear out my story from the last class…
It’s better together! Or at least more interesting and challenging – which is good, because you can learn so much! Recently we’ve been exploring how to listen to each other without words (yes!), how we can support each other and how to sync – pretty useful, I’d say, on and off a yoga mat. 😉
How to find balance between exercising and relaxing, speed and calmness, individual practice and working together? How to understand and practice balance in everyday life? It’s been an adventure to explore these questions – and many more – on a mat.
Take a deeeep breath… because every time you inhale, a new experience begins and if you start your yoga moves with a simple inhale, you may see how it helps to introduce change in your body… and isn’t it just awesome…?
Feeling entirely overwhelmed by the meaningfulness of another talk by Krista Tippet, this time with Maria Shriver, a journalist and one of the Kennedy family, I decided to translate a tiny bit of that richness and wisdom into our yoga field.
We want to stay fit – but we’d also love to be healthy, vital and more relaxed so we can truly enjoy ourselves. If you think about it in a long-term perspective, there’s so much more you could do for yourself than just repeating the same schedule no matter how you’re feeling.
We are so busy making noise on a surface of the oceans that we have no chance to hear what’s going on in the world deep down beneath it. A world full of life and beauty! I wonder, doesn’t it sometimes apply to our personal lives, too…?
I started practicing yoga in 2010, but it was the Teacher Training Course in 2016 that has shaped my understanding of yoga and helped me to develop grounding, nourishing base of my everyday practice. Here is why…
When I first attended a yoga class, I felt a bit intimidated by all those exotically sounding names of poses in Sanskrit, but despite that, endorphins were filling me up and I just knew I was coming to the next class for sure!