Should Asana Practice Be Your Stability?

February 24, 2017

Upon moving to San Diego in 2012, I knew I would start to build roots in this beautiful place with lovely beaches and lush palm trees. I felt so grateful to finally feel at home in a location having the best weather, scenery, amenities, and things to do. 

 

Growing up across the nation in many different states, I learned to adapt, function, and embrace the ebb and flow of constant change.  At a young age, I latched onto my yoga practice and started to find peace from within.

I can't say that the practice was "easy" or even something that I thought I would stick with, but, over the years it grew on me and now has become a lifelong journey.

Should asana practice be your stability?

To me, yoga has the power to transform you from within. Staying dedicated and passionate holds unbelievable benefits. One thing I have learned is there are always good and bad days, constant chaos or calmness. Stepping onto my mat I feel safe with an immediate wave of relief. 

The constant and stable feeling when I hit Shavasana at the end of class is something I can rely on. Rolling out my mat at the start of class my head may be spinning in a thousand different directions, only to leave feeling more grounded and at HOME.

Equilibrium brings equanimity. 

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