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Yin Yoga: Cultivating The Opposite

Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in Ashtanga Yoga, Yoga and Healing, Yoga in Nicaragua, Yoga Teacher Training

Yin yoga is not, contrary to what many yoga students believe, a restorative cosy, comfy yoga where you can just “hang out” in an asana. Quite the opposite actually, they foster the same growth-through-discomfort as any yan-type yoga like Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. All yoga has the same goal. It is the stilling of the fluctuations of the mind, the slow, steady quest to transcendence through practice. Like any destination, however, there are many different paths. For...

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Taoist Yoga – Balancing Yin & Yan

Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in Global Yoga

“Qi is the basic material of all that exists. It animates life and furnishes functional power of events. Qi is the root of the human body; its quality and movement determine human health. There is a normal or healthy amount of qi in every person, and health manifests in its balance and harmony, its moderation and smoothness of flow.” — Livia Kohn, Health and Long Life: The Chinese Way   I am really excited about teaching my first classes based in the principles of...

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