In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Marc Holzman reminds us that whatever happens in the body will reflect in the mind and whatever happens in the mind will reflect in the body. So when we meditate or when we begin the practice of Hatha yoga, moving the body, it brings you in sync.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Tiffany Cruikshank explains that most of us don’t realize how much of an impact that fear has on our daily lives, the power it has to limit us and our capacity for greatness. Once we pinpoint exactly what our fears are and are aware and work on them, eventually our body starts to release some of that fear and starts to move forward in a new pattern.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Steven Espinosa reminds us that doing something faster is not always better. Regardless of what you’re doing, whether you’re vacuuming or doing yoga, it is always good to do it mindfully and consciously. Faster is not always better – mindful, conscious movement is always a better a choice.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Amy Ippoliti reminds us that it’s actually ok to want things, to desire things. In a lot of yoga traditions, desire is kind of taboo, but she explains that there are so many things that you can have creative desires about that can actually make the world a better place.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Jo Tastula reminds us that the number one rule when dealing with insomnia is don’t try too hard. You can’t try to fall asleep. When you work at it, it doesn’t happen. Sleeping happens all on its own when you let go and when you let yourself let go.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Felicia Tomasko reminds us that even in those moments where we may not necessarily feel a lot of support around us, the earth itself is always a source of support.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga Class, Elena Brower reminds us that when we pay attention within our bodies to respect we are generating the neural architecture for respect to be the baseline in our thinking and in our actions.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga class, Marc Holzman explains the meaning of Mudita: A sympathetic joy. To relish other people’s achievements and to find joy in other people’s prosperity. Sometimes it’s not so easy to do. Especially if we, ourselves dont feel like we have enough and that we’re lacking.
In this week’s Overheard in Yoga class, Stephanie Snyder reminds us to really stay in the moment for the sake of joy. Often times we are not in the moment because we are thinking about what’s to come or we are making plans or we are thinking about what happened in the past. She explains that unless we can really drop into the moment, then there is no joy because joy is now, joy is in the moment. It’s not in the future and it’s not in the past.