Practice turning towards what calls your attention while maintaining your center. In this twist-focused practice we take time to breathe into familiar postures which strengthen the foundation of the body, challenge the balance, and find freedom in the shoulders, spine, chest, and back. You will feel open and supple.
Hi Sadia I love this series and your teachings and I just realized that I took a couple of your classes in real life a few years back in Brooklyn. I think at Yoga People when they were still open. This is indeed a small world! Much love xoxoxo
Looking forward to starting this season over. The flow was like a runner's high. My knee was cranky again, so I changed some poses to enjoy my respiration. The whole point, right?
So many cool observations like "there is an infinite space between points A and B". Quantum! Loved that concept of holding softness as we meet the world.
I had a silky epiphany earlier. We had some food with a flimsy and intractable ziplock. But I immediately resettled my mind, disregarded my pets who wanted the chicken, and worked with the breath to find my center. Bag closed; mind relaxed. As the Mandalorians say, "this is the way."