Regardless of how many times you have practiced yoga, this message could benefit you.
You do not need to feel pain, grit and grind your way through your yoga practice to gain enlightenment from the pose – this would be recognized as abuse. Instead, what if you could go inside, scan the area of pain, breathe into it, maybe close your eyes and be with the nagging sensation until it either said, “yes! Thank you”, or “that’s enough, this isn’t for me any longer or at all.”
Not all asanas (poses) and pranayama (breathwork) and certain movements are for everyone. All the … Read More