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Monthly Archives: August 2010
One of the requirements of this yoga teacher training program is to read 4 different yoga books, then submit a brief report/reflection on each one. I have finished my second required text: The Hatha Yoga Pradipika. So here is my … Continue reading
I mentioned in the 8/29/10 Core Session post that I wrote and performed a rap as part of a presentation on the niyama of saucha, and I offered to share the lyrics. So, here you go. :) Saucha An original … Continue reading
After a full weekend of visiting teacher yoga, this afternoon I still had my “regularly scheduled” teacher training program session to attend. Fortunately, this afternoon was a pretty darn cool session. :) We started the class by examining two different-but-similar … Continue reading
As I was reviewing my notes from this yoga-intensive weekend, I saw quite a few items that didn’t make it into the final cut of blog posts. But they are still cool, interesting, random snippets; so here’s a little post … Continue reading
Visiting instructor Class #3: Yoga and Love. Wow. Two themes weaved throughout the class: Love is available to us all. But. Instead of searching for love, we instead just need to open; instead of seeking and trying to track and … Continue reading