Posts tagged Yoga
Skelett Variationen – Goodbye „One fits All“!

Unser Skelett: Wichtig für Yogapraxis?

Jeder, der mit Yoga begonnen hat und es ernsthaft weiterführt, weiß: Die Yogaentdeckungsreise ist ein Streifzug durch euphorische Hochs („Oh mein Gott, die Pose hat geklappt!“) und frustrierende Tiefs („Ich komm irgendwie überhaupt nicht weiter – warum?“). Der Schlüssel ist – so hören wir – die Übungsfolgen zu nutzen, um uns zu entdecken und in der Bewegung frei zu werden.

Wenn wir üben, sieht die Realität unserer Haltung oft anders aus als auf dem Bild vom Yoga Journal. Das kann zu einem emotionalen Problem werden.

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Sadie Nardini: Interview with Chiaradina Part 2

The core – is literally - the core of your yoga practice, on and off the mat. It represents your profoundest connection to yourself, your power to uplift you, to transmute, transform and create, your strength and the ability to go within and reconnect (gather energy, access eternal internal wisdom).

Centeredness on all levelsClarity of mind and emotion – knowing who you are, what you want, what you feel and what you need right NOW. The ability to stay calm in times of transitions and stress. The ability to be aware without judgement, hence the ability of transmutation

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Sadie Nardini: Interview with Chiaradina Part 1

Yoga is, to quote a rather infamous term, teaching someone to fish himself/herself. By assisting the student/yogi in the asanas and adjusting misalignment, you support this Being to discover – in the literal sense of the word – his or her own intrinsic essential wisdom and truth without indoctrinating.

I am a strong supporter of the position that each person is his or her own authority and that not only each and every person is unique, but also that each and every person brings with it its own unique, incredible valuable gifts for humanity – persons should not be copies of another person or blindly follow a given mindset, but truly be individuals.

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