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My Yoga Practice

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My yoga students are awesome. My sangha friends are awesome. My cycling buddies are awesome. I should introduce them all. Lol

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A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there.

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September Starlight

Lying on the floor I noticed afternoon rays beaming into the room with familiar September hues. They quickly filled my heart as well, knowing that every brave new step I’ve taken since these two stars first collided is only the cosmic ripple of having touched the mystery. That truth has become a deep dark well that holds everything else in balance. For this moment and every other grace I give thanks.

Yes, I played “I See Fire” from The Hobbit in my yoga class. What do you mean, the ominous threat of a fire breathing dragon doesn’t relax you?

The State of Me Update

Sorry the site has been a little neglected lately. I’ve been a bit distracted. Besides teaching 4 to 5 yoga classes a week, I’ve been training for road cycling since the Spring. I’m kind of hooked on it right now. Did my first charity bike ride, and my longest ride is up to 32 miles, averaged about 250 miles in June. Still leading a local meditation group once a week also. I recently got laid off which you would think would have freed up my time a bit but hasn’t seemed like it, so I’m also looking for a job.

I’m currently reading “The Yamas & Niyamas” by Deborah Adele. Just finished re-reading and teaching a 5 week course on “In the Heart of the Desert” by John Chrysavgis on the spirituality of the Desert Fathers & Mothers.

My latest musical obsessions are Mutual Benefit (love the Spotify Sessions), The Future of Forestry, and East Forest. I’m sensing a theme building.

Having just finished Game of Thrones and Orange is the New Black, I just started watching AMC’s “Halt and Catch Fire.” I’ll start something else once the World Cup is over. Still in mourning over Team USA.

Blessings,

Lyndon

Baddha Hasta Sirsasana A

4 Ways to Beat Being Sore

4 Ways to Beat Being Sore

sore musclesYou’re asking your body to move and bend in all kinds of ways it may not have done so in a long time. It’s only natural that you will be sore from time to time after yoga. Congrats! That means you got deep into the muscles and joints preparing the way for great things to come.  In the meantime here are some tips to help you work through the discomfort.

1. Go Easy

You can take a break. Seriously.…

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