We combine yoga with meditation once the student is ready. We mesh the yogic philosophy with the Christian, Buddhist or and other belief systems. This way the student might more easily deepen and ground their practice to ancient wisdom traditions.
Sharing what I am learning every day.
George really understands body movements and Yoga poses
200 hour certification with Joseph LePage.
No. Each opportunity is different. My commitment is to help folks grow.
I have been practicing a bhakti yoga since the 1980s. It is not part of a religion so much as done with care and devotion. All religions are welcome.
Old, young and in between. When I get down to practice, often my dogs join me.
I picked up a flint spearhead last week, probably 500+ years old, in the North Carolina piedmont.
I am passionate about indiginous cultures.
Yoga is not a sport. It exists as preparation for meditation. If you find a good teacher, go slowly and taper off.
1. Are they proud of their bodies or accomplishments? Beware.
2. Do they address the mind? Or just the body? The whole you need to be involved, especailly the mind.
3. Do they use a lot of jargon? Yoga is simple. It's language needs to be also.
4. Do they offer support reading? It sure helps.
5. Do they address your current belief system or just want to superimpose their own.
6. Are they into your growth or your subscription?
7. Do they include meditation?