The Question For Yoga Teachers

How has your yoga teaching, practice or both changed in the last five years? Some of us were taught to spiritualize pain in the postures. That our yoga is about what we can do or what it looks like. That alignment or gurus are unquestionable. The authoritarian system may have made us feel bad, shamed, … Continue reading The Question For Yoga Teachers

What if We Didn’t Call it “Prayer”

"For me, prayer is a surge of the heart; it is a simple look turned towards heaven; it is a cry of recognition and love; embracing both trial and joy." - Thérèse de Lisieux I used to pray for the saving of my soul, but now I pray for the shoring up of my heart; … Continue reading What if We Didn’t Call it “Prayer”

Spirituality À La Carte

How do you define spirituality? I grew up thinking being religious meant you were spiritual and vice versa. When I walked away from organized religion in my early 30s, I thought I was walking away from spirituality as well. When I would experience blissful moments of peace, connection, or unparalleled stillness on my yoga mat, … Continue reading Spirituality À La Carte