The point I would like to make here is about APPROPRIATENESS. If your sternum is already lifted, you don't need to lift it, even if the teacher says so. This is where discernment comes in. Hear something, and then ask yourself, does this apply to me, and if so, how much?Read More
In a truly neutral standing body, the elbows orient to the sides. Kind of like C-3PO!
Wide elbows unwind the muscles and fascia of the neck and shoulders, and encourage equivalent openness in the front and back of the ribcage/ yogic heart space. As the elbows orient to the sides you might find you can settle into the back body more, encouraging introspection and and internal re-charge.Read More
Create length and symmetry in the right and left halves of the body. Imagine that the right half of your body is a cylinder, from the right foot up through the right side of the trunk and up through the right arm. Do the same with the left. Feel your body as 2 adjacent cylinders.Read More