Over the past 15 years I have acquired a strong sense of listening to the voice of my soul, others may call it listening to your heart or your gut.
When I was first asked to write a Blog for YCTY it was long before our world had changed, before our world had become virtual, isolating and uncertain. Back then, I was planning to write about how I found yoga, what inspired me to become a yoga instructor and my personal growth that followed. I am happy to save that story for another day.
Teaching yoga through Zoom has allowed me the opportunity to share the love of the practice during the pandemic and to help yogis slow down and find their breath. Providing a class of moving through asanas, mindfulness, and savasana. I never imagined I would be sharing my practice online but here I am. And believe it or not – it is still wonderful. But let’s not kid ourselves, there is nothing better than a hands-on adjustment or assist during a practice. For this reason, I make it a priority to help those in class really feel the pose through cues or closing our eyes and noticing the feeling of the physical body during the practice.
Here are 7 ways to beat stress and ease your mood. These simple tips, shared by Anjana Rathmore, have helped great many people and are her secret to staying fit with every breath.
Maybe you considered trying yoga at home but think you are not flexible enough? Or maybe you have already tried and you’re just not sure what you need to make the class more accessible to your one-of-a-kind needs? This article introduces the two most common yoga props, blocks and blankets.