I’m curious … what does yoga mean to you? Why do you practice? * Is it because you view it as ‘keep-fit’ exercise that will whip you in to shape? * Is it a way to getting back to your breath and body? * Is it about mindfulness and spirituality? * Is it a way(…)
Dear Yoga, my gift that just keeps on giving, There’s something I just have to tell you before we next meet. I’ve thought it for so long now but never really showed you my gratitude. Our world is truly amazing but also extremely hectic, full pressure and people keen to tell us what to do:(…)
Here is a collection of methods what oneself can do to improve the own practice. 1. Being aware can help. The intention to observe the breath might already improve the breath. Once I said to my bf: And where is your breath? A sec later I saw how his belly moved. Alone thinking of the(…)
A guided meditation with Bridget Woods Kramer, a leading Anusara yoga teacher, filmed on the clifftops of Cornwall, England. Bridget is Anusara’s UK representative and main certified Anusara teacher having studied with John Friend, the founder of the Anusara school of Yoga since 1994. Bridget travels all over Europe giving Anusara immersion workshops, Teacher training’s,(…)
Extraordinary results often require radical actions. I’m not talking about irresponsible actions. I’m talking about the courage to separate yourself from the pack and do what is necessary to live your most passionate, full life. You were not born to be a robot or to merely exist. You were born to be impactful and to(…)
There is an integral connection between feeling stressed, unhealthy breathing and poor posture. Practising the following on a daily/regular basis may be an extremely useful set of tools to help reduce your overall levels of stress: Sit for about 10 minutes per day Watching Your Breath Benefits: This exercise calms your mind in stressful situations(…)
The founder of Anusara Yoga, John Friend, being interviewed at the Wonderlust festival in 2010.
Test content taken from www.WellandGoodNYC.com. As I was breathing in karnapidasana recently—not easy to do when on your back with your legs bent alongside your head—the muffled words of Brooklyn-based yoga teacher Angela Arnold managed to find their way through my knees into my ears: “It’s vata season, so it’s good to do deep forward(…)