We don’t have to just wait for the changes…
Won’t you tell me right now?
It’s our connection to our foundation that lets us get anything done.
The only wrong way to practice yoga is to ignore your experience.
|+0||Introduction to Sankalpa|
|+10||Supine Dirga Pranayama, Partner Pull, Side Bends, Shoulder Opener (Partner)|
|+25||Regular, Parivrtta Adho Mukha Svanasana > Anjaneyasana, Parsva Adho Mukha Svanasana > Parivrtta Parsvakonasana, Utthan Pristhana > Airplane (Bound?)|
|+40||Vrksasana > Virabhadrasana II > Vasisthasana (Tree > Wild Thing), Garudasana > Parsvakonasana > Trikonasana > Ardha Chandrasana, Utthan Pristhana > Ananatasana|
|+55||Choose a Sankalpa (Also, move to wall)|
|+60||Sucirandrasana, Eka Pada Rajakapotasana I (Wall), Shalabhasana (One-leg, Regular), Fingertip Cobra|
|+75||Shower Pose, Setubandhasana > Urdhva Dhanurasana (x3), Hanumanasana (Wall), Balasana|
|+90||Ardha Matseyandrasana, Agnistambhasana, Ardha Gomukhasana, Upavistha Konasana, Omega|
|+105||Weil 4:7:8 Pranayama, Supta Baddha Konasana|
We must have contrast to see clearly.
We co-create our experience; it doesn’t have to be imposed upon us.
Contentment isn’t treading water. Contentment is observing that you are moving forward, however slowly that might be
It’s not just what you do, it’s the place from which it springs.
Change is not an ending, it’s just change. Don’t hold too tightly to the past.