…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?
The Top 10 Lessons of Being a Vagabond Yogi
This morning I woke up a new part of the Canada, in a new home, and after practicing a little Reiki & meditation in a new bed, I wandered into a new kitchen.
Studio Owner, Christine Grant, of Moksha Yoga Cambridge opens up about loss, grief, and moving through it all on her mat. I’ve been wondering how to start this post for awhile now. How do I explain how yoga can help people grieve? How it can help people process. How it can help someone come out… More details
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
There’s something truly magical about being in the hot room with a bunch of other (very sweaty) yogis – moving and breathing together, both as individuals AND as one community. But, when that’s just not possible (maybe you don’t have a Moksha Yoga studio in your area, you’re travelling, or your schedule simply does not… More details
If your favorite Bikram yoga class isn’t meeting your mind-body needs, head over to a Moksha yoga studio. We talked with Moksha Yoga co-founder Jessica Robertson to learn more about this form of cardiovascular hot yoga practice.
Jessica Robertson is the co-founder of Moksha Yoga, New Leaf Yoga Foundation…