David Procyshyn's blog
Today, we show you how to set up a regular mindfulness meditation practice with links to a series of our free streaming audio meditations.
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In this short video David Procyshyn shows you how to make your own yoga bolster out of blankets. Bolsters and other tools are commonly provided to students by yoga studios and are used in a variety of positions and exercises. They are similar to body pillows, but are more firm and therefore provide more support. They are commonly circular or rectangular in shape.
Fiji is a not only a gifted yoga instructor - she is also a lovely person. This exclusive interview delves into the personal side of Fiji, in which she explores the road that guided her to where she is today.
Would you ever admit to being greedy?
I mean, not necessarily all of the time, but during certain moments of your life?
It’s a difficult question to answer, isn’t it, since greed is so hard to define. Also, it requires deep self-analysis as well as utter honesty.
“This person that I am talking to is boring.”
“My father was mean to me.”
“I wish my husband expressed his love or me more often.”
“I no longer want this person to be my friend.”
“I’m sorry that I hurt you.”
We all come to our mats for different reasons. Whether it is to calm the mind, open the shoulders or invoke transformation, every reason is just as valid as the next.