New Home for Daily Cup of Yoga

Yoga totally rocks!    Since I get so much enjoyment out of studying and practicing yoga and sharing my thoughts and discoveries with each of you here at Daily Cup of Yoga, I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about how to improve the site’s 1) resources, 2) user friendliness, and 3) aesthetics.  After mulling it over, and doing some research I decided that in order to make the necessary improvements and changes to Daily Cup of Yoga it needed its own web host and domain.

Though it’s been an off and on affair, I’ve been blogging here at Daily Cup of Yoga  for a little more than two years now.  Not to say that the site’s a smashing success or anything, but I suppose as far as low-tech yoga blogs go it has a decent number of readers who either check back to the site occasionally for updates, subscribe via RSS, or just stumble upon it during a google search.  Although I haven’t been particularly good about commenting on other people’s blogs, or even making follow up comments on Daily Cup of Yoga, I’ve run across a good number of yogis and yoginis who were kind enough to give me a shout out, leave an encouraging word, and share their own tidbits of wisdom.  Many thanks to all of you!!

So, without further ado, if you’d like to see where Daily Cup of Yoga is headed, please come visit the new  website (Update: actually, if you go there it will just route you back to here).  Of course it’s still a work in progress, but I’m confident it’s a step in the right direction.

Once again, thank you to all of you who read and comment and inspire me with your own stories that you share.  And to any new readers, I’m glad you found Daily Cup of Yoga and I hope you come back to share your own experiences and insights about yoga and life.

Now for a little Yoga love…

Yoga Sutra 1:12-14

12  Both practice and nonreaction are required to still the patterning of consciousness.
13  Practice is the sustained effort to rest in that stillness.
14  This practice becomes firmly rooted when it is cultivated skillfully and continuously for a long time.

Sit back, relax, remember to breathe and enjoy some classic footage of two masters of the art of yoga.

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