When you’re in pain, when your body feels broken, it’s tempting to think that there’s nothing you can do to make things better. You may be surprised to discover that even when you can’t do anything physically, there are still yoga practises that have the potential to help your body to heal.
With a background in engineering and martial arts, Ben talks about how yoga has improved both his personal and professional life. Read on to be inspired, particularly if you’ve ever thought that yoga is not for you.
A beginners guide to yoga: articles exploring Patanjali’s guidelines for a good life, the Eight Limbs of Yoga, and how to make them relevant to modern life.
From the UK to Australia and everywhere in between, yoga has accompanied me for the good part of the last twenty years. And yet, in many ways, I’m only just beginning to understand how important it is to both my health and happiness, and also the health and happiness of everyone around me. This is […]
Before you can meditate, you need to concentrate, which is easier said than done. But the payoffs, say the great yoga teachers, are infinitely worth it.
The benefits of proper breathing are both physical and mental, yet many of us don’t do it. When did you last check in with your breath?
Doing inner work isn’t easy. At times it’s uncomfortable. At other times it’s confronting. But if we want to change things up and live a happier, more productive life and be of better service to the world at large, it’s always necessary. Social rules and personal rules for success In How To Be Successful and Effective, […]
The final limb of yoga, samadhi, is said to be a state of enlightenment. The ancient yet practical application of yoga Over 1,700 years ago an ancient sage going by the name Patanjali brought together his observations of life into a set of clear guidelines. These guidelines, he claimed, would not only to lead a […]
There are two schools of thought when it comes to breathing: instinctively with no need to think about it; or purposefully for optimal health and wellbeing.
We all want to feel that life is good. That life runs smoothly. That people respect us and that our work is valued. Right? These feelings aren’t a new revelation to humankind. This yearning for a good life and a desire to be appreciated and acknowledged has been going on for years. Centuries, even. It […]