happy thanksgiving dear yogis! in many ways today is my favorite holiday… a time set aside to celebrate and honor all the abundance and connectedness that our life is full of. but sometimes we have loaded our plates too full, literally and otherwise, and we need some assistance to help digest it all. the following […]Read more "digesting your day"
*if you keep waking up at a certain time in the night, it may be connected to some disturbance in the meridians. in chinese medicine there is a body clock, where two-hour time periods are connected to specific meridians. the ones that are most likely connected to sleep disturbances are:
GALLBLADDER: 11 pm-1 am // LIVER: 1-3 am // LUNG 3-5am // LARGE INTESTINE 5-7 amRead more "sleeping yogi"
“The goal is not to tie ourselves in knots … we’re already tied in knots. The aim is to untie the knots in our hearts. The aim is to unite with the ultimate, loving, and peaceful power in the universe.” – max stromRead more "untying knots"
if there is one stretch that will help a majority of students i know… especially those that suffer with low back pain, sciatica and/or general tightness in the legs and hips – it’s this one. it can be done either using a strap, as shown – or with a a door frame. i’ll instruct below – but this leg posture does a similar “trick” as last weeks arm stretch – notice after each side how the leg you just stretched actually feels like it’s grown an inch or two!
try this every day for one week and notice if your low back, legs and hips feel any different!Read more "give us this day our daily leg stretch"