An interview with Mark Walsh by The Modern Yoga Podcast - a wide ranging discussion about what he teaches, how politics and psychology, consumerism and western culture influences yoga and visionary perspectives of where yoga will evolve into.
Recently Paul Concannon of Flow Vibration asked if he could interview me. What followed was the most cathartic conversation about my journey with movement so far. The way in which he asked questions and truly listened gave me the...
The physical practice of yoga is medicine for our bodies. It can also serve as medicine for our hearts. That’s because practicing asanas helps us to develop positive, transferable qualities such as patience, kindness, tolerance, and the ability to let go.
Yoga is often seen as an individualistic practice , thats not particularly relevant for our relationship with others, but Yoga can be used as a practical tool for improving our social awareness and relationship with other people.