I definitely do not have the best shape or form but what I do have is the heart and soul for Yoga. After roughly 5 years of practicing regularly, my discovery of how to truly gaze inward and understand the real Yoga has enabled me to reap the rewards of the practice. It is my work out of choice that brings me back to my center. By center, I don’t mean some hifalutin, hippie expression that no one outside of the walls of the padded walls of my imagination can grasp. What center means to me is being able to shut the noise of my own brain off, be completely aware of the life that runs through me and create my own energy that I disseminate into productivity once I leave the studio.
Every time somebody approaches me with their interest to try Yoga, the first class I take them to is Vinyasa. Being able to flow with the rhythm of your breath connecting with the movement of your body makes Vinyasa is one of the most challenging but beneficial Yoga practices for me. Your body tries to keep up with pace and while your mind focuses on listening to what the next posture will be. All that coupled with the awareness of who, what and where you are. The dynamic and diverse movements vary in each class. I love taking Vinyasa or Flow classes under different instructors because they each have their own style and choreography. Even in a cooler atmosphere, my calm focus enables me to generate enough heat in my body to soak my Yoga clothes. Let this be the first of many inspiring videos that will rouse your interest in fitness and wholesome living. Namaste.