When you see a body moving, or even lying there, you can see where there's congruence or where there’s not. You can see where there's some holding pattern that is not allowing full or true expression.
If we enter our practice fully and without reservation, any kind of change is possible, whether it’s change we predict we want or not. If we open up and let the practice work on us over time, change happens.
The most amazing thing about this work is how quickly people become more able to influence their condition and improve their function—at every level.
The military taught me how to learn, how to be a part of a team, and awakened in me a desire to be of service. These experiences have been invaluable throughout my adult life and, in particular, have served me as a student and teacher of yoga.
When we breathe deeply, relax, move our bodies in joyful ways, we activate the other half of our nervous system that
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