Insights from Prashant-ji and Geeta-ji, Reflections from the Centenary Teachings

"In Iyengar yoga you are drawn beyond your limits. This is its signature condition." -Prashant Iyengar  By facing and transcending limitations, physical and mental, I am brought into a fuller sense of what it is to be human. The pain doesn't kill you. You don't die. But you do realize that one day you will die and you begin to imagine how you would like to face that moment and every moment of your life.

Liberating Source: Navigating Darkness to Reveal the Light

Practicing and understanding yoga is about practicing and understanding key principles. From these fundamental principles or sources, flows the plurality of technique, expression, systemization and method.  If the technique follows from the source, there can be alignment, systematic intelligence, and authenticity. Yoga comes from the source and takes us back to the source. The journey to… Continue reading Liberating Source: Navigating Darkness to Reveal the Light

My Actions are My Only True Belongings

Facing death, illness, aging, loss and separation often bring about a fundamental shift in priorities. Situations which bring to light our mortality and interdependence can be catalyst for deep transformation. The understanding that the time of death is unknown, and that there is nothing material that we can take with us, can arouse a fundamental… Continue reading My Actions are My Only True Belongings