Be Here Now

When we practice yoga on our mats we talk about being with this particular breath, with this posture, with this sensation in our bodies. The opposite of this would be anticipating the next breath, worrying about the upcoming posture, or hoping for a release from the sensations our body feels right now. How does thisContinue reading “Be Here Now”


Yoga asana practice occurs within a template or framework. There is a familiar and ritualized element to the beginning, middle, and end of each practice. The beginning is grounding, centering, and awakening. Each day unfolds in a similar way. There is a framework with a beginning, middle, and end. The sequence of events has a familiarity even thoughContinue reading “Beginnings”