Yamas: Ethical Practices of Yoga | Chapter 5: Aparigraha

Aparigraha means non-grasping, non-hoarding, and letting go. Aparigraha is my all time favorite yama practice because of the freedom and openness it brings to my life. When we let go of that which does not serve us or bring us joy, we create space for more happiness, well-being, clarity, intuition and wisdom. How can weContinue reading “Yamas: Ethical Practices of Yoga | Chapter 5: Aparigraha”

Yamas: Ethical Practices of Yoga | Chapter 4: Brahmacarya

Brahmacarya means proper use of energy. Before you read this blog, take a moment and think: On the pendulum of “being so busy you can’t think straight” to living like a monk in isolation, where do you fall? Hopefully you land somewhere right in the middle, not too far to either one side. Brahmacarya, theContinue reading “Yamas: Ethical Practices of Yoga | Chapter 4: Brahmacarya”