What The Future Holds (Chapter 4)

Since Including Ashtanga into my exercise regime, I am now more convinced than ever that practising yoga can hugely complement strength training. This totally opposes the common misconception of most men on what Yoga practise is all about as described in my “Perceptions” post, and this is what I endeavour to change.

Since taking up Tirisula’s Yoga teacher training, I feel prepared with tools of knowledge on how I can spread my opinion of Yoga. With the asanas and the other key aspects of Ashtanga such as mental healing and spiritual well-being, I certainly hope to spread the joy of Yoga to various demographics from old to young and from athletic individuals to newcomers.
Yoga is truly a lifelong journey and, in more ways than one. I will always be open to practising other Yoga styles because more knowledge comes with wisdom. And if given the opportunity to take the path as a yoga teacher, the collective wisdom can greatly help to incorporate a range of learning techniques and ability to curate specific focused practices to cater to a wide range of students in whatever their goals are in their asanas and their overall lifestyles.