I love teaching 300hr program cause it gives me the opportunity to share what is keeping me inspired in my practice and as a teacher. The program is very structure and organized to retain as many informations as possible and practice what needs to be. #Pranayama and #Krya are one of our daily #yogapractice.
Collective support is a way to raise individually efficiently. Helping one another actively is so efficient to cultivate inspiration, consistency, motivation, karma. We are not the thought we are the group. My main teaching is to bring people together, the yoga practice is just a skill in action to do it. . Thanks @julesseaman for the pic
Eka pada sirsasana makes me very peaceful. It’s not about going as far as possible in my practice but more about building incisive awareness as I’m moving deeper within the layers. Focusing on a very steady and normal tranquil breath.
While we practice, the #peacock is watching over us proudly. His colors Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes are a constant reminder of the creative power of #nature . #Mayurasana reminds us that we are not the body we are the soul. Join the peacock transformative adventure 300hr this April
This week in my personal practice I’ve been exploring different variations of ekapada Sirsasana. Repeating the same pose over and over within the same practice using different variations helps me gather my senses deeper into specific parts of my body: Here of course the hip joint, the movement of the femur in the acetabulum while engaging the pelvic floor. It helps me a lot to square my hips to the front of the mat to not use my hands to press onto my foot while sliding my head under the leg. I love the feeling of grounding within that pose. It is a great practice after teaching a 200hr
I like exploring slow and fast movements within practice at the moment, I found the most challenging is to keep steady and calm through out the transitions.