Time flies, the next thing we know its already close to the end of 3rd week of teachers’ training. As I sat down on my bed to reflect on my yoga journey that leads me to reach this milestone of my life, flashes of memories and experiences from countless practice
“Those that have tripod headstand in their practice, go ahead”, as the teacher instructed while we were holding in wide-legged forward hold. I remember tilting my head up a little while holding the pose (struggling) and saw a lady in front of my mat went upside down steadily and gracefully.
“I’m not flexible enough to practice yoga”, I’m sure many of us have heard of that sentence all too often. The misconception of flexibility in yoga is totally misunderstood by many, and I don’t find it surprising. With social media platforms often showing “perfect” asanas such as straight standing splits
As a practicing yogi or yogini, I’m sure you’ve come across a teacher that starts the class telling you to “Set your intention for the practice”. I can’t emphasize how important is this, so let me dive in with my personal experience. Starting out as a newbie practicing yoga, I