// Adho Mukha Svanasana: Downward Facing Dog
I am. I am. I am. Being, I am being. Here I am being in twenty seventeen. More than ever my mind is on being, on that which is, rather than the what should be or what should not be. In the quiet of the now, I am finding great peace in resting in what already exist in me and around me. Paradoxically, I am more motivated than ever to become, to live into all of the other traits and truths that have existed in my spirit and in this world since the beginning of time that I have yet to discover.
The featured pose for this month is one of the most iconic poses in Yoga. People who have never practiced before can usually name this pose. It’s fame is for good reason, it’s dynamic, rejuvenating, and allows for a healthy pause in a flowing practice to just be.Read More