I keep hearing the same question:
What kind of yoga class should I go to? How do I choose a teacher? How do I choose a studio?
These are really important questions. No doubt about it, good yoga is good for you. But yoga that is not right for your body, your current state of health, or your level of practice can actually cause damage. Don’t take my word for it. I’m sure you know someone who has a story about going to “that” studio or attending “that” teacher’s class, only to walk out 75 minutes later wonder what had just happened to her/him and why they hurt all over.
Over the next couple of weeks I’ll be sharing with you some easy assessment techniques for discovering the right kind of yoga for you, in this moment.
Today’s offering is simple. No matter where you are, or what class you are attending, your best teacher is you. Listen to your body. List to your breath. Pay attention to yourself with compassion and awareness, and in doing so you will avoid injury.
To learn more or to talk with me directly about your yoga needs, I have included a quick form to ensure that we stay in touch.
Namaste & Be Well
P.S. Don’t forget the Sun Salutation Workshop this Saturday
1:00 – 4:00pm
River Tree Yoga at Tree House Point