Stand Your Ground and Be Open

I remember many times in the past when I have regretted letting my anger get the best of me, or when I’ve allowed my frustration to spill out onto the pages of an e-mail or a letter. When I reflect upon it now, I see that it was my fear of not getting my needs met, or that I might be taken advantage of, or that my voice wouldn’t be heard, that made me reactive and defensive in the moment. Each and every time afterward I felt I had done damage to the relationship I was engaging and that I had sullied my own integrity.

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On Using Props

Today, I want to talk about using props in yoga practice. I have noticed that some newer students, and even more seasoned yogis, are sometimes

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