This blog by Maria Christina really caught my heart. In a time when we hear about the physical “dangers” of yoga, when yet another modern yoga “luminary” has been accused of unhealthy actions, when the mat practice of yoga itself is becoming more physical than spiritual, we may forget that most teachers came to this […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
We who have lived around active addiction have experienced trauma at some level. Anyone whose life has been ruled by uncertainty, inconsistency, perhaps intermittent rage, anger interspersed with kindness have experienced trauma. Those who have had surgeries, been in accidents as well as those who have endured direct violence have experienced trauma. All of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Trauma, Addiction and Yoga
I teach a yoga class at a place that is up in the hills in South San Jose. We start at 9am so today I had this pleasant post rain drive up the hill to the center. While it is an urban drive, a frontage road paralleling a major freeway, there is also a pond […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Discovering Spring, Growth and Hope