The Yoga of Walking: Exploring One Way to Bring Yoga into Daily Life by Drew Perry Teacher and Partner at Yoga North – Iyengar Yoga Winnipeg Through our Iyengar yoga practice we come to appreciate how a pose that begins as a physical
Sutra III-2 A steady, continuous flow of attention directed towards the same point or region is meditation (dhyana). The seventh of the eight limbs of yoga described by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras is dhyana or “meditation.” As we noted with the
January 2016 – Yoga Sutra of the Month SUTRA II-49 Pranayama is the regulation of the incoming and outgoing flow of breath with retention. It is to be practiced only after perfection in asana is attained. The fourth limb of the eight limbs
The Power of One Pose WHY? In Iyengar Yoga we encourage our students to build a home practice over time. We offer many suggestions in class as well as on our Yoga North website as to how to start however for many people the task seems
Sutra of the Month: September 2015 Sutra II-29 Moral injunctions (yama), fixed observances (niyama), posture (asana), regulation of breath (pranayama), internalization of the senses towards their source (pratyahara), concentraton (dharana),
Through the unbroken flow of discriminative awareness, one gains perfect knowledge which has 7 spheres.
Having recently attended the Iyengar Yoga Association of Canada’s Annual General Meeting in North Vancouver, I feel very lucky to have been able to take 3 days to immerse myself in pranayama, asana and all the limbs of ashtanga yoga with Zubin