Organizing a Yogi: At the Starting Line | The Interdependence Project

March 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

This yogi is not organized.  Not yet!  But I am beginning to develop confidence that such a feat is possible, that I can get my act together.  I can get and, perhaps more importantly, stay organized.

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28-Day Meditation Challenge: Day 28, Keep It Going

February 28, 2012 § 1 Comment

As we come to the end of February and the end of the 28-Day Meditation Challenge I am thinking about techniques to keep the practice going and alive in our daily lives.  As Sharon Salzberg writes in the final chapter Keeping the Practice Going the main point is “just put your body there”.  Assuming the meditation posture, upright, heart lifted, sits bones grounded, relaxed and alert, is often the most challenging aspect of a regular practice.  But once you’re there, the rest just flows.  « Read the rest of this entry »

Rehab of a Yogi Supplement: Tools to Ease Sacroiliac Joint Discomfort

April 12, 2011 § 2 Comments

These Mindful Ministrations are examples of some gentle yoga exercises which can be used to ease Sacroiliac joint discomfort.  Not all poses are good for all bodies.  Experiment and see for yourself.

Will they help to re-establish the proper alignment?  Depends on how you do it.  Also on whether you do it. « Read the rest of this entry »

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