“An Overly Brief and Incomplete History of Yoga” by Alison Hinks. (Click the image, and get ready to scroll – full-size chart is ca. 3400×3400 pixels – available as a poster here). Found the above via @yogoer on twitter. Expert opinions, anyone?
When I listen to William Broad describe his own yoga practice, and what he says it’s done for him, I find it interesting to consider that he was the author (though not the subject) of the New York Times Magazine article that caused so much controversy a few weeks ago. […]
Bede Griffiths was Andrew Harvey‘s teacher. In the above video, Father Bede explains how he awoke to a continuous experience of Love. I connect his teaching here to our practice of Savasana (Corpse Pose). With a deep enough Savasana, we let go of everything, including “Yoga.” It’s a mystic level of […]
January 12, 2012 at 24:00 The Devil says: Scott! How ya been? What’s up? January 13, 2012 at 00:00 Scott Miller says: How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body January 12, 2012 at 24:00 The Devil says: Ha! January 13, 2012 at 00:00 Scott Miller says: You’ve read it? January 12, […]
I don’t expect lululemon athletica soon to set a design team on this one: After class, I asked [Sankalpah Yoga instructor Glenn] Black about his approach to teaching yoga — the emphasis on holding only a few simple poses, the absence of common inversions like headstands and shoulder stands. He […]