Do you want to create a yoga practice, or increase the benefits of your practice without increasing the time you devote to it?
Intimate relationships inevitably involve collisions between partners’ differences. Seen with just the right amount of detachment, and viewed from just the right angle, these collisions can become wonderfully funny and deeply bonding.
Is there really an invisible energy force in the universe that has your back? Do your thoughts, beliefs, and expectations impact this force, and can you get guidance by connecting to it?
In Katonah Yoga, asana is seen as metaphor. How you move through a forward bend, for example, reflects how you move forward—or don’t—in your daily life.
We often treat others with kindness and compassion. But how do we treat ourself? Much of the criticism, judgment, and blame we hear every day comes from our worst enemy: ourself.
Would you like to teach yoga to anyone, regardless of their experience or ability—not just the young, strong, and flexible? Are you seeking a nondogmatic approach based on solid principles that encompass the full breadth and depth of yoga?
Health, in many traditions, is the outcome of our past experiences and those of our ancestors.