By Sara J. Weis Love is in the air, and now is the time to let your heart shine. Yes, flowers and candy are a lovely thought for adults this season, but it is also a good time to open your heart and show acceptance and compassion for others. These heart-opening exercises are especially beneficial […]
If you’re looking for a little less yoga pop and a little more yoga culture, the Freer and Sackler Youtube page has some lectures up from the Yoga and Visual Culture symposium held in November 2013. H/T to The Confluence Countdown
Most of us take our bodies for granted until they quit cooperating. When our bodies act up, that’s when we either make the decision to pop another pill or try something different. Twelve years ago I decided to try something different–yoga–and it’s literally been a life-changing journey ever since. Maybe you’ve discovered like I have […]
I stared at this picture for a while before I realized I’ve been rolling up my yoga mat wrong all these years…glad I survived! I mean this is just one more shred of evidence proving how harmful yoga really can be. Fabulous artwork courtesy of Alison Hinks, creative yogi extraordinaire!
To see more moving yoga posters, visit Phillip Askew’s website or Youtube channel.
While surfing the web tonight I came across a magnificently simple Zen image that transfixed my mind. Of course I’ve seen ensō before (Zen circles)–kind of hard to miss since I live in Japan–but tonight the image apparently worked its enlightening effect upon me. It took me by surprise. According to Audrey Yoshiko Seo, author of […]