The Yoga of Vulnerability

One of they key topics that comes up for me in the fall is the Yoga concept of Aparigraha. Aparigraha, or non-grasping, is one of the Five Yamas (ethical precepts of living). It means having an open handed approach to life. It is a way of letting things come as they come, and go as they go.

Yoga’s Ethical Guide to Living: The Yamas and Niyamas | Kripalu

By firmly grasping the flower of a single virtue, a person can lift the entire garland of yama and niyama.—Swami Kripalu Yogas Ethical Guide to the Yamas and Niyamas The yamas and niyamas are yoga’s ethical guidelines laid out in the first two limbs of Patanjali’s eightfold path. They’re like a map written to guide…

Please tell me a little about You!

Welcome <3 It is my desire to learn more about you, why you came to my site, what it is you’re looking for and how I can best serve you through Yoga, Ayurveda and Mindfulness based practices. I value your time and would be deeply grateful if you would take a moment to answer a…

On Healing

“It’s the teachers who remain on the very edge of their own deep healing that can truly relate to the student who still suffers – and they’re the most able to offer a compassionate and knowing hand.” Stephanie Snyder I hear her crying. She’s here seeking refuge, comfort. It triggers me. The thoughts run through my…