Have you ever listened to Alan Watts? If not you are in for a half an hour treat. I love this man's lectures. His words are very profound. He explains a bit of philosophy in to the types of yoga that I enjoy.
I hope you enjoy it too. You can spend days listeing to him. Reading his books. Very enlightening.
Wouldn't it be nice if we could be more present? Deal with the fact that there is no past, there is no future (as we see it). When you can let all that go away. You can be in the here and now. Glimpses of this in life are amazeballs.
Try this on for size.
What are your actions upon the universe? Who's in charge? Who controls what happens next? Karma mucho? Hmmmm.....
"So long as you can be pursueded that there's something more that you ought to be than you are, you've divided yourself from reality, from the universe, from God..."
Spiritual greed? Hot damn, Some good stuff baby.
Deep yoga baby. Deep yoga.
When someone asks me about yoga, especially if they want to do some work in the begining on their own at home. I refer to this lovely lady. Esther Ekhart. Her pace is gentle and her words explain positions well. I use her in my YTT's as a reference. One of many teachers I enjoy learning from. One day I hope to travel to take some workshops with her.
Youtube is a great source.
Hola Yogis! I've been asked to teach a Yoga Teacher Training Intensive Basics course of approx 100 hours. This will be mostly Asana and sequencing.
Going over the most used asanas
How to sequence a class
Finding your voice
Vinyasa/Hatha w very basic Yin.
Things of that nature.
What are your thoughts on this?
We are a Yoga Alliance Registered School and this can be CEU hours that will be about one week (6-7 days) in length here in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
This will be just before our 200 hour course in Nov.-Dec if there's interest.
Join us for the fun.
Debbie Krejci E-RYT 500
Yoga Teacher Training Mexico, Costa Rica, 2019
?Yoga Maya Uvita