Posts Tagged ‘mokshayoga’


You Are Your Highest Authority

You are your own highest authority. Do not place your source of authority outside of you. Go within to see if the truth you’ve found is in harmony with the truth you find in your heart. -Neale Donald Walsch- ON THE MAT Our teachers are here to guide the class and ensure everyone is being… More details


What Is Containment Anyway?

You’re in tree pose, and you hear the teacher say, “Bring the energy into the center. Press the hands against each other at the heart center. Press the foot into the thigh and the thigh into the foot. Now lift that spine taller.” You’re in runners lunge, and you hear the teacher say, “Lift your… More details


Recognizing and Releasing Attachments

Attachment, preference…no matter how you spin it, we all experience these things as humans. In a time when vision boards, goal setting, and time blocking are all the rage, it can seem counterintuitive to talk about letting go of how things play out. I’m going to let you in on a little secret. These goals… More details


A Corporate Yogi

Although I work in what appears to be a trendy start up, I really work in health care, where creativity is generally red taped by legal considerations. The part of the start up culture we do embrace? Quickness. We move very quickly and if you can’t keep up, it’s probably a good idea to bow… More details


Lessons from a Teacher Trainee

“Breathe slow, move slow, and be aware of your thoughts. That’s it.” –Ted Grand, co-founder of Moksha Yoga International Inspired Life. I recently returned from British Columbia, where I completed the first part of my 500-hour Moksha/Modo Teacher Training. The month-long intensive required daily meditation, asana practice, and an open mind in order to learn… More details