“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.” Buddha Quotes 500, Michael Quach
One way to strengthen your yoga practice is to find a few books on yoga, pick them up frequently and simply browse through them. Those with photographs of postures are always helpful for additional perspective. One author that I refer to often is Donna Farhi and two of her books that I enjoy are: “Yoga Mind, Body & Spirit” and “The Breathing Book”. And for a nice diversion, pick up “Breakfast with Buddha” by Roland Merullo.
Come to yoga practice and enjoy the essence of your “being”, with no demands on you during this time, from external or internal pressures.
Here’s website with resources that are a valuable support for your practice:
Yoga practice (call it “Me time”, if it sounds more appealing) gives us a chance to see “who” and “where we are” at each week (or day). The practice itself is not asking us to change any part of “who” or “what we are”; herein lies the paradox: change may come about because of taking the time and energy to see “who” and “where you are”.
A Yen for Yoga
Yoga strengthens the mind and body, but sometimes the stress of daily life challenges our momentum. We hope this page inspires you and keeps you moving!