“It’s, to me, a really tumultuous world right now, and maybe it’s our age but it feels like a lot of struggle, a lot of crisis, a lot of difficulty. It is important to have times during the day where you seek refuge in quietness.
And to me, it’s not the monk going into the cave. It’s very much the opposite.
You retreat and find refuge so that you can create a deeper connection. And it’s the connection I think that’s going to save us from complete disaster. To understand our connectivity, our interconnectedness, as Thich Nhat Hanh would say, that actually might save our lives.”
This weekend, dive in and explore yoga asana, meditation, and pranayama with internationally beloved yoga teachers Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman Yee. The yoga sutras tell us that for millennia yoga has been used as a practice to observe the...
"Natural movement is the movement that would occur throughout our days were we living in nature. This describes not just the types of movements, such as squatting, hanging, climbing and walking, but also the frequency and variety of these movements."