We are fortunate to be in so many dedicated yoga communities. This past weekend we were in Vienna at the Yogaloft.
As the presenters of the workshops, it is easy to overlook the huge amount that we learn from each community. Every student's experience is different, and each teacher has seen unique things in their classes.
Every discussion of history, tradition, modern research, intention or physical detail is a window into how we perceive the yoga and ourselves within it.
There is no stupid question, nothing so obvious that it should not be examined, nothing so set-in-stone that it should not be looked under.
Scott & Ida are Yoga Acharyas (Masters of Yoga). They are the head teachers of Ghosh Yoga. This blog is about their experience with yoga practice, study and teaching.
- Understanding Chair Posture
- 5 Reasons To Backbend
- Lock the Knee History
- Why Teaching Is Not a Personal Practice
- The Central Psoas
- Make the Hamstrings Strong, Not Long
- The 113 Postures of Ghosh Yoga
- When You Take a Class, Take the Class
- Should We Be Teaching Advanced Postures in a Beginning Class?
- The Yogi Becomes Invisible
- The Power of Alternate Nostril Breathing
- Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)
- What Is Namaste?
- 80 Years of "Hands to Feet Posture"
- We've Forgotten Why We Eat
- The Oxygenation Myth
- Why I Teach Yoga
- Yoga Should Not Be Diluted
- 5 Fundamental Movements of the Body
- The Art and Skill of Teaching