…I’m not flexible enough.
…I’m not strong enough.
…I don’t have very good balance.
…I don’t look good in Spandex.
…yoga is for sissies.
…I’ll feel like a clumsy oaf in a room full of people who know what they’re doing.
Many of these concerns are real and can feel legitimate to the person experiencing them; however, I believe that they all ultimately come from the basic fear of being judged. By others, by the teacher, and most damagingly, by themselves. Let’s look more closely, shall we?
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Moksha Yoga Platform Calm mind. Fit body. Inspired life. The History of the Moksha Community Culture (also known as Modo internationally) The first 3 Moksha Yoga studios opened in Toronto, Canada in 2004. In just over 11 years the Moksha community culture has grown to a family of 70+ studios with Moksha/Modo yoga being taught all over… More details
Hey everyone, Remember that time, back in 2015 when we were all so young, so full of life, ability and creativity? Those were good times. I wish, looking back, that I had been more grateful for what I had around me. I wish that I could have the abilities that I had back then –… More details
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Jessica Robertson is the co-founder of Moksha Yoga, New Leaf Yoga Foundation…