Five wickedly simple steps to finding your feet in yoga.

Need to keep on your toes in life? This is all you need for balance.

Loads of my yogi friends run to feel great. When people who love to run don’t run, whole worlds can fall apart. You could say it’s some of these guy’s worst nightmares.

Happy Halloween my yogi friend, because whether you run or not, not being able to do what you love doing, is scary stuff.

But we can all be taken out by life at any moment, the ground can literally get pulled from underneath our feet.

Which is why this week I’m asking this question…

A Yogi Guide To Riding Seasonal Tides…

…and how to better weather life’s storms – (called Brian or otherwise) 😉

 

Choice is your super power, it’s your ticket to getting what you want out of life.

But this week, I come to you with a teeny tiny yogi observation…aka WARNING.

What gives you your power, can also slap you back in the face with a huge dose of responsibility, confusion and doubt.

Will you make the right choice? What if you don’t? Eeek.

You feelin’ that good vibration? A QUICK YOGI WAY TO WITHIN

Hey Yogi-in-Training. Hope your week was sweet. 😉

Today’s yoga quickie is inspired by the music streaming services of Spotify.

I just fired up my account and got to scrolling through some beautifully curated sets of tunes designed by its experts to shift me into any desired state of mind or mood. Let me see, do I need help getting my sorry ass out of bed, or be inspired to go kick some creative butt?  As I have already won the war to wake, I’ll go for the latter option. Thankyou Spotify.

But It got me asking, who really needs a microscope or a science degree to see that sound can be a very cool way of communicating with the central nervous system?

Which is what I want you to remember as we dive into this week’s yoga quickie which is all about using sound or vibration to access heightened states of awareness, clarity and consciousness.

Yoga for if you’ve not used ‘it’, lost ‘it’ – and want ‘it’ back – thank you very much.

Your health is just too important to lose…isn’t it?

When people say to me they ‘don’t do yoga’ because they’re not ‘flexible’ it tells me two things.

 

  1. They lost something super valuable (flexibility).
  2. They’re ok with it (they don’t do yoga).

 

These are both heart-breaking truths that drive me crazy.

 

Seriously, if you lost £50 you’d at least go look for it, right? Flexibility though?  ‘Meh – oh well.  ‘Easy come, easy go.’ ‘Strength, don’t need it any more’. ‘Balance, over-rated commodity – I’ll pass’.

Come on…really?