My take on yoga philosophy I was not immediately drawn to yoga philosophy. When I started my personal yoga path, as a 29-year old performer, I was mainly interested in the physical aspects of yoga practice- which was really weird, as I was interested in philosophy in general.
Saturday November 16th at 14.00 If you’re considering becoming a teacher, adding more strings to your teaching bow or simply want to educate yourself and deepen your practice then we’d like to invite you to come to a preview of our 2020 Vinyasa and Yin TTs.
Anat Geiger, a functional yoga teacher, writing a personal essay on body image and self-acceptance. Being rejected by both fat and skinny people and letting that define her self-worth, Anat shares how she overcame the struggle and began to accept who she was and encourages others to do so.
6 questions: To offer you (and ourselves) a broader perspective on the topic of body image, we reached out to friends of TFY: two yogis and two Gym goers/personal trainer and asked them to talk about their relationship with their own bodies and the judgements they make on other people’s bodies.
Picture this: a battlefield, where two armies are rallied for battle. This battle has been building for a generation: the leading warriors on both sides grew up together, and have been in conflict since their youth.
Not even on the inside. This is a scientific fact: every bone in every body is different. Some differences are huge, some are minor. But they are big enough to create enormous variations in how our joints are put together, which in turn will determine how much movement each joint can create.
For the long time of its existence Chakra meditation was a secret practice of the tantric tradition. Speculations of how old this particular tradition varies between 1500 and 3000 years. As a time bar: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras were written approximately 2000 years ago.
It’s one of these things you spend years without knowing and when you get it, you wonder how could you have not seen it before.