Archive for October, 2014

The Physical Transformation of a Yoga Practice

Published on October 25, 2014

This month we have explored aspects of a yoga practice that the yogi can find transformative. Patanjali describes the 8 limbs (parts) of yoga as a unified practice. Even so, many people choose one or two limbs as their personal yoga practice. The most common limbs people focus on are asana and pranayama (breathing) being […]

“Everyone wants to transform, but nobody wants to change.” Frederica Matthews-Green

Published on October 18, 2014

So, transformation is about change. Change that we choose, or, in some cases, change that happens to us. When the change happens to us outside of our “choosing”, then it is our attitude about the change that can be transformative. But I think most transformations, require active participation on our part. Transformation requires a change, […]

“Yoga does not just change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.” B.K.S. Iyengar

Published on October 11, 2014

Our focus this month is exploring transformation. Yoga is a path for living that can be transformative. Each yogi has the opportunity to determine where on this path they find the transformative power that they are seeking. If you search this site, you will find a posts on the Eight-Fold path of yoga. For me, […]

October 2014: A month to begin transformation

Published on October 4, 2014

Welcome to October! Weather-wise, October is a month of change. Anytime is a great time to begin a personal transformation, whatever that may mean for you! We will begin October with a Yin practice on Monday nite October 6. Yin yoga can help you begin to learn how to begin an internal focus during your […]